First up is The Very Best. Who are just the very best. I love them. They are irresistible and infinitely danceable. Pretty much always. Did I mention I love them??
I’ve chosen Santigold before, but her album came out today, so I wanted to honor that – and that song is great.
Rufus Wainwright’s album came out today, too. And you should get it. With swagger:
Here’s the chill song of the group: Found through hypem.com – a little different than usual.
I’d seen this a while back, but hadn’t posted it yet. Interesting stuff about HIIT.
This has nothing to do with anything, but I am just so excited about the movie coming out this month, I had to post this. Also, the song sounds really perfect for the feel of the story. Love!
Don’t worry, Seneca Crane, I already have my tickets!
Hopefully this will stay up:
And a clip came out today!
I’m behind on the Bodyrocking, guys. I tried to do this workout yesterday and realized that since I’ve only recently started with the sandbag and the Ugi Ball, that I don’t always know what the heck I’m doing with these weights. Luckily my ran-track-in-college boyfriend helped me with these exercises. If you are a beginning at weights and don’t immediately get it, you’ll want to be careful not to injure yourself. This workout was a killer, though!
Sorry, couldn’t resist… Go heels, beat Duke!
Here are my scores from today: 8 rounds of 10 second rest, 50 seconds on (check out the link to get a video and explanation at Bodyrock.)
Squat Jumps: 28
Push ups: 19
High Knees: 143
Switch Lunges: 30
Jump Tucks: 36
Tricep Dips off the couch: 23
Straight abs: 20
Seriously, I think I did a little worse on everything I was pretty tired today. Well, more motivation to seriously amp it up for the next 30 days.
I knew kiwis were good for you, damn, didn’t know just how good: find out here.
Here is an excerpt:
The cardiovascular benefits conferred by kiwis is reason enough to recommend them. But, what’s truly fascinating is the sheer breadth of their health promoting potential. Current research reports that eating kiwis daily: 1) reduces the duration and severity of upper respiratory tract infections; 2) benefits sleep quality by hastening sleep onset; 3) regulates reproductive hormones and symptoms relating to peri-menopause; 4) enhances the absorption of dietary and supplemental iron; 5) gently relieves constipation in various populations including children and those with irritable bowel syndrome; 6) improves lung function in youngsters with wheezing symptoms; 7) supports healthier vision thanks to high concentrations of antioxidant carotenoids.