May 16, 2019
Drink up:Drinking enough fluids before, during and after exercise will stave off dehydration.
Breakfast Options:Breakfast should include whole-grain cereals or bread, bananas and yogurt. Boost your energy with carbohydrates, and enjoy a cup of coffee if you are a java head.
Snack Options:Good snack choices are yogurt, peanut butter sandwiches, low-fat granola bars and energy bars.
Post-Workout Options:Meal choices range from yogurt and fruit to peanut butter sandwiches, chicken with brown rice, and pasta with meatballs.
Drink Options:Drink two to three cups of water before you start working out. Follow this with one-half cup to one cup of water every 15 to 20 minutes during your workout. Check how much weight you lost after you finish exercise, and then replenish lost fluids with two to three cups. Again, paying attention to your body is the best guide to maximizing workout effectiveness with an eating strategy.
Oct 28, 2015
Aug 17, 2015
Twisted Chair[caption id="attachment_141625" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Image courtesy of Alex Schaefer Photography.[/caption] Bring your hands together to your heart center, place your left elbow over your right thigh trying to keep your hips in line. To twist deeper, bring your gaze above your right shoulder. Hold for 10 breaths, come back to center, and repeat on the opposite side.
High Lunge[caption id="attachment_141627" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Image courtesy of Alex Schaefer Photography.[/caption] From chair pose begin to put your weight into your left foot, pick up your right leg and step it back toward the back of your mat. Sink deep into your left leg creating a 90 degree angle and straighten your right leg. Keep your arms lifted and belly engaged. Repeat on opposite side.
Warrior II[caption id="attachment_141628" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Image courtesy of Alex Schaefer Photography.[/caption] While in high lunge, lower your right foot while turning it slightly to the right and your left foot out to the left at 90 degrees. Your left heel should be aligned with the right heel. Exhale as you bend your left knee over the left ankle so the shin is perpendicular to the floor and make sure that your right heel is firmly pressed into the ground. Stretch the arms away from the shoulder blades parallel to the floor with your gaze over your left finger tips. Keep the tailbone tucked and belly engaged so the top half of the body is in one line. Repeat on opposite side.
Reverse Warrior[caption id="attachment_141629" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Image courtesy of Alex Schaefer Photography.[/caption] From warrior II (with the left knee bent) bring the right hand down to rest on the right leg, inhale the left arm up and back towards the ceiling and reach the fingers away from each other.
Aug 7, 2015
Eric Underwood, Soloist with the Royal Ballet
Roberto Bolle, Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre#Carmen. #RolandPetit @nicolettamanni #lucianoRomano #TermediCaracalla #BolleTour2015 💥 A photo posted by @robertobolle on
Pre show with @robertabailarina by @_xander ! #verdensballetten#møllerup#melissahamilton#robertamarquez#ballet#blackandwhite A photo posted by Melissa Hamilton (@missyballet88) on
Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre, a company founded by choreographer Alvin Ailey
"Manon" Down Under! A captured cuddle with this wonderful DesGrieux, Adam Bull @bulladam in the Aussie Ballet's 50th Anniversary celebration in 2012! #timeflies #greatmemories #i❤️australia #i❤️nz #imhalfkiwi A photo posted by Julie Kent (@juliekentofficial) on
#l'anatomiedelasensation#waynemcgregor#operabastille#aureliedupont#alexandregasse# soon coming... Photo Agathe Poupeney @lagaziniere A photo posted by @aurelie__dupont on
Martha Graham Dance Company, founded by choreographer Martha Graham
Marianela Núñez, Principal Dancer with The Royal BalletUltimo destino #SantiagodelEstero de esta gira con gente maravillosa Gracias a todos #feliz #agradecida 💗🌟 @aja.andro A photo posted by Marianela Núñez (@marianelanunezofficial) on
Jul 31, 2015