Do you have an old pair of dumbbells that are way too light for you? Here’s an exercise circuit you can do! The circuit alternates 1 minute of a back exercise with 1 minute of a cardio exercise for a total of 6 exercises that you can repeat for 3-4 rounds:
1- Back: Reverse fly in warrior 3 position
2- Cardio: Shadow boxing
3- Back: Swim kicks
4- Cardio: Shadow boxing in a static plié squat position
5- Back: Y-raises
6- Cardio: Running man in a static lunge position
POPsters, for those of you just starting out on your new fitness journey, here is the POP Pilates for Beginner’s Calendar! It’s my 4 week plan to a stronger core and beautiful muscles compiling all of my videos that demonstrate proper form, breathing, and technique. You will want to complete this “course” if you feel like the current calendars are a bit much. But don’t worry, after you complete this plan, you will be ready to go!!
I am so proud of you for taking this step. Cheers to a fit and healthy life!
PRINT CALENDAR FREE: http://www.bit.ly/beginnerscalendar
Please reblog if you know someone who needs a lil inspiration to get started on their fitness journey!
The Spectrum of Apple Flavors
Want to impress your pals with an elegant yet simple hors d’oeuvre? Look no further than these spicy salmon cucumber bites! If you’ve already got some cooked salmon and mayo in your fridge, you can whip these omega-3-fatty-acid-packed appetizers in a jiffy.
Here’s what to gather to make 16 bites:
- ¼ cup Paleo mayonnaise
- ¼ teaspoon smoked paprika
- ¼ teaspoon Tabasco
- ½ pound cooked salmon
- 1 tablespoon minced shallots
- 1 tablespoon chopped chives
- Kosher salt, to taste
- Freshly ground pepper, to taste
- 1 English cucumber, peeled and cut crosswise into ¾-inch thick slices
- 4 cherry tomatoes, quartered
- 1 bunch chive sprigs (optional garnish)
I love that she pulled of purple/blue lips! I’m inspired!
HAVE THE RIGHT…
Not to justify my existence in this world.
Not to keep the races separate within me.
Not to justify my ethnic legitimacy.
Not to be responsible for people’s discomfort with
my physical or ethnic ambiguity.
HAVE THE RIGHT…
To identify myself differently…
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