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“Slow and steady wins the race said the tortoise about his pace…” Determining the appropriate pace, or intensity, when performing a workout or activity can be a challenge for some. It is important to listen to your body and determine your perceived exertion, which is how hard you feel your body is working, when exercising. If the body is worked too hard, overexertion sets in leaving one feeling over fatigued and can potentially lead to injury. If the body is not worked or challenged enough, no “gains” are met. The following can be used as a helpful guideline when setting the pace of an activity or workout.
Coffee. The sweet nectar of life. I truly believe heaven will smell like a freshly brewed cup of coffee. I initially stared my love affair with coffee when I was in college but it only intensified after my son was born and I was utterly exhausted. I relied on coffee to help boost my energy first thing in the morning and again around 3:00pm to carry me through the rest of my day.
OBTAINING A GOAL: Congratulations! So you have decided to: improve your overall health and fitness, make a lifestyle change, expand your knowledge/learn something new, master a skill, ect, the list goes on and on. But what now? How does one get from here to there? Have you ever started out on the path of obtaining a goal only to fall short, never achieve it, and subsequently be disappointed? Ever wonder, "Well why wasn't I successful?" Here are a few helpful suggestions to consider when trying to achieve your goals.
Cobalamin, another name for vitamin B12, is a water-soluble vitamin that is produced by anaerobic bacteria that live in the gastrointestinal tract of animals. There is a common misconception that only cows produce this vitamin which leads many to believe that it is important to eat meat and dairy products, however, this is not the case.
Throughout my tenure as a dance fitness instructor, I've seen many DJ's to infuse their style in the dance fitness world. Many have tried, but there are few who've fused the flow of LIVE mixing and transition of dance segments into something fluid as DJ Heyden Sensation!
I've always been a "HAM!" As a little kid, I was like that monkey, whenever music played I was encouraged to DANCE! I was never forced, I just went out and did it! I enjoyed the praises, the entertainment and even the laughter. I LOVED making people feel GOOD! That feeling NEVER left me.