As I have been studying and learning more about health, nutrition, diet and exercise I have come to fully embrace the belief there is nothing more important than starting your day off right. After you wake up from a night's sleep and a long fast, your body needs all the support it can get to prepare itself for the long day of activity ahead. I follow a basic diet/nutrition plan which many body builders and professional athletes follow, but which has been recently presented in a much more accessible
Updated 06-01-2011 at 12:17 AM by RunaElaraSulwen
Originally Posted by tjayeob
My DVDs arrived yesterday, thanks!
Great, I hope you enjoy them! Thanks for letting me know they arrived. :)
I shipped Killer Ziller today. :) Let me know if it won't play - I'd be happy to refund all but the shipping for you. I just don't want you to end up with a useless DVD. But it should be fine now. :)
Ok. It's official. I am now registered for, and starting choreography practice this
week for Hannan's Belly Dance Studio's Friday June 24 Gala Show!
At least for now, I expect to be performing as a member of not one, but two different Beginner classes, one led by the owner of the studio, and another led by a different teacher. We will see how the choreographies go over the coming
weeks, and if I find that I am having an easier time with one and a really
Be not afraid of growing slowly; be afraid only of standing still."
The Green Children (on facebook)
I really liked this when I read it. I can relate to it very much right now. Sometimes it feels like the changes I want to happen can't happen quickly enough for me. But, I realize that it is far better to make slow, steady, lasting changes that happen over time and will stay, rather than to rush ahead and fall too fast and hard to be able to get back up, or to be so frustrated
It's been a week, and I'm definitely back in the groove as far as the gym is concerned. That feels great!
I plan on returning to dance classes this week.
I've got the official word - I should take one more session of Beginner level classes before moving up to Continuing Beginner.
Then, apparently once one is in Continuing Beginner, students spend an average of one year in that level.
That's all my news so far. I found the coolest quote today which