Cheers to the post that accidentally got published last weekend when I was aberrantly working off my home desktop instead of my MacBook Air! Here is the post in its completion ….
In 2011, I saw my Podiatrist about the aggravation of what I thought to be ingrown toe nails. At that time, she cut them down for me and recommended I let the nail technician keep them cut down and come back if I had any more problems.
I began to notice them hurting more than usual most of last year. With my intense group fitness schedule and standing on my feet all day at work my toes had really started to hurt anytime I “dinged” them the wrong way. I finally went back to my Podiatrist and had a Matrixectomy scheduled.
I intentionally started drafting this Les Mills BODYPUMP 92 review right after teaching this for the first time! I really wanted you all to feel the soreness in my legs. I was bending down in the pharmacy the next day to pick up patients packages and making all kinds of sickening moans and groans music for their listening pleasure!
So why did I coin this release A “Fancy” Start To 2015?
First things first I’m the realest (realest) - The tracklist is SICK!!! The music was giving me life! Continue reading →
Should I attend FitBloggin? If that is your question, the answer is ABSOLUTELY! FitBloggin was AMAZING!
For those that are unaware, the mission of FitBloggin is “To bring together the community of health-conscious bloggers for education, networking and friendship.” It is founded and organized by Roni Noone, blogger at Roni’s Weigh.
For this version of Act-Fit Friday, I’m letting you in on all the fun that occurred with the latest Les Mills program release BODYCOMBAT 56.
***Before we get started, please stop by Kita’s blog and check out my guest post. Kita’s conversations on Fridays are one of the things I look forward to each week. Go see what happened with me and the Po Po!!!***
We just so happened to launch this release during the time that the 4th Holiday was approaching, so I opted to get in the spirit for 1 class and take a break from the standard official color of green.