As I mentioned last week I want to start sharing more choreography with you lovely folks on a weekly basis, but then when I started looking at it a bit more, it seemed like sharing only once a week wasn’t going to be enough. I mean, if I want to share a couple Zumba routines from each Mega Mix (assuming there are usable tracks on them ) posting only once and alternating Zumba with speciality routines was going to really limit me on how much I could share.
So the obvious solution is to instead share two per week, right? I’m not 100% sure how it’s going to roll yet (specialities one week, regular Zumba the next, or one of each…) and maybe there won’t be any more specific schedule than twice/week. Time will tell I suppose.
Last year I reviewed a few pieces of Tommie Copper apparel here on the blog, and ever since it continues to be in the top 10 viewed posts nearly every day, which tells me that there are a lot of people out there interested in compression clothing, and the power of copper for pain relief.
Since then, I’ve had the chance to use my gear more, and recently received a few more pieces to try out.
Well hello there! Are you ready for the weekend? I know I am! But then again, I’m always ready for the weekend.
This week I’m sharing with you the routine I’ve been using for “Mi Gente” from Zumba Mega Mix 42 (which I just realized came out last July. Wow, it seems like I’ve only had it for a couple months. Time certainly does fly…)
I’ve been using this routine as one of my two warm-up songs (which is why the focus is about 50% fitness moves, 50% dance) for the past month or so.
February is designated as Heart Month to help raise awareness for the Heart Health. Young or old we all need to take care of our hearts, and that was brought home quickly for me when J started having a serious heart problem a few years ago.
To make a long story short, after a long (and scary) 12-18 months of unexplained and sudden heart issues that were being brushed off as panic attacks, we were fortunate enough to walk into the ER at just the right time, with just the right Doctor who recognized what was happening (a-fib with a super high heart rate). He ended up being cardioverted that night, and again a month or two later (right in our basement, while he was wide awake and I was holding his IV bag. It was…exciting).
When I think about yoga, the first thought that comes to mind is I need to do more of it! Yoga stretchhhhhhes me and makes me feel like a noodle.