Tuesday, December 22, 2009

#388 (12/22/2009) INTRODUCING BRAZIL BUTT LIFT - Newsletters - Fitness, Nutrition, Diet, Weight Loss Official Web site

#388 (12/22/2009) INTRODUCING BRAZIL BUTT LIFT - Newsletters - Fitness, Nutrition, Diet, Weight Loss Official Web site

I love Beachbody for always surprising me with a great new workout!

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Gille Simon what's up with the French guy?


Granted most people probably couldn't name any of these guys....but these are the top players in the Men's Association of Professional Tennis players from 2008. Gilles Simon is the second from the left in between Davidenko from Russia and Andy Murray from Great Britain. Guess who's home country is hosting the second Grand Slam of the year? The French Open draw comes out on Friday. Gilles is the current #1 French men's player and #7 over all in the world rankings. I could be wrong, but I don't even think the French know who this guy is. On the Tennis Channel they have very little or nothing to say about him. I am intrigued by this as it is the French Open, he is a top 10 player, and he's really cute! I'm going to be watching to see how he does and if there is going to be more buzz about him. The guy has sex appeal...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPh3JCy_l8s check out #3 in this top ten karaokes from Roland Garros a few years back.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

One of my favorite four letter words: Yoga

I went to a Beachbody huge annual Coaches Summit seminar this week. I had an aha moment when I was interacting with one of the main security guards. He was complaining about a lot of physical problems...one of the main ones being a hernia...which along with his other ailments caused him excurciating pain. My first advise to him was to find his breath. My second was a four letter word...yoga. Yoga causes me to acknowledge the state of my body. Where am I tight? What do I need to let go of to relax my body and bend and twist for the next pose? How does that affect my emotions and how does it relate to things that I would be well served to let go of? I told him that the hernia could be a result of holding onto things he may need to release of ease off of...I'm not positive because his response was semi-verbal...but I got the idea I'd hit the nail on the head.