KINDRED2U

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Belly dancing, yoga and walking.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Yippee I finally got my beginning belly dance video. So today will be my first real practice wish me luck!

I was tired of doing the same few yoga routines, so I picked up a yoga video from the library with a few dozen different routines all between 15-35 minutes each some targeted for am and pm workouts. Tried out a nice 15 minute one this morning before my morning walk, I am happy with the change.

I have been slacking on my walks lately... I am still doing them but my desire and heart has not been there so I have been walking about a third less of my normal distance. I need to find that spark before I wonder to far off track.
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  • no profile photo JEAN_WIKE
    I just requested A.M. and P.M. yoga [DVD] : for beginners with Rodney Yee from the library. Thanks; it sounds nice. I enjoy fitness DVDs that film at the sea shore, they're so peaceful. And Gaiam produces (?) good quality DVDs. I haven't liked getting down on the floor to exercise, but lately have been coming around to it.
    3345 days ago
  • KINDRED2U
    The one i picked up is am, pm yoga for beginners. But there are many out there for starting out, like Yoga for the rest of us.
    3345 days ago
  • no profile photo JEAN_WIKE
    I couldn't possibly do belly dance without throwing something out of whack. I am interested in the name of that yoga video if you have the name of it? I'm not crazy about yoga, but 15 minutes sounds doable. I'm also having the same problem with walking. Tired of the same ol' route, but that's really all there is, the way my neighborhood is designed. I'll keep trying to punch up the walk somehow, it seems like the best way to lose weight. Good luck on your walks, too.
    3346 days ago
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