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cardio time

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Since it is so cold out and I haven't been getting any cardio I have been looking at some zumba videos. I did a google search and found some pretty good ones on community central tv that range from anywhere to 10-30 minutes. I can handle that in the mornings, afternoons, evenings. I can take the laptop to the bedroom, shut the door and do my thing. The hubby can sit and watch tv.

I know it is going to take me awhile to learn the moves, it did with sweatin' to the oldies back in the day. Anyone remember those? They were great videos. Wish I still had mine cuz I would sure pull it back out. I like what I see with this zumba and in the privacy of my own home I can jiggle and shake and not be self concious until I get some rythm, since I do not have any.

I may actually buy a new bathing suit this year. I may also be brave enuff to wear that bright pink tankini I bought for Galveston 2 years ago. sigh. I just might.....
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  • GH2412
    I found a Sweating to the Oldies dvd at my local WalMart last week. They have them in the fitness section. I haven't started working out with it yet. I plan to do that before the week is over. emoticon
    1923 days ago
    I remember Sweating to the Oldies - I think I may still have my video somewhere in my mess. It is great to have the option of working out at home!
    Have fun with your zumba!
    1923 days ago
  • BMELT2013
    I remember doing Sweating to the Oldies when I was a teenager, they were a hoot. And you didn't have to worry about how you looked, since everyone else looked pretty ridiculous too and it was so much fun. Summer will be here before you know it. You can do it! emoticon
    1924 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/15/2013 6:32:19 PM
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