Andrea Du Cane's awesome Kettlebell Goddess Workout DVD (run time: 2 hours, 25 minutes)
It's no mystery that I like to think, and this means I really like thinking about thinking, and figuring out "why". Day after day after day I see a lot of stuff written and complaining about women's poor self image and how it puts them at a disadvantage for living healthy lives. These negative mental patterns are also a direct threat to self esteem, implementing their own self-care and maintenance, and most of course, any "weighty issues." Lately, I've been trying to figure out why so many people were having hang-ups with certain things.
Last week was the NPE Mega Training seminar/workshop/event, and I was around to help out and occasionally answer questions, etc.
Going to be honest with you, this is one of my favorite workout DVDs in the whole wide world. Its so good that if I find out that one of my clients already owns it, I give them "homework assignments" from it for when they or I am out of town.
It's sometimes hard for me to talk about this stuff without sounding like a ranting conspiracy theorist, or triggering very emotional discussions - which sometimes are frankly painful to watch as they unfold on the internet. There is/was a photo circulating around Facebook the other day (imagine that!) and the photo itself was very cool - featuring an attractive 'plus sized' model in a artistic nude. What was uncool was the giant, babbling caption someone had attached to it - which was probably meant to be a positive body statement, but - typically - contained a bit of a backhand to anyone who didn't fit their particular feminine ideal. The other thing that drove me
Here are a bunch of funworkouts - most of which are admittedly rather advanced - they can be scaled down if necessary, feel free to ask questions. Any excuse to talk more about exercise is a good one :)