Here’s how this went last year. And now, checking in on those resolutions made for 2012: Do awesome photo projects Started the Brooklyn Bathroom Blog and have been going on fun photo outings. Also bartered grantwriting help with a photography lesson. Definitely giving space for photography exploration, though I’d like to enjoy what I do… Continue reading Resolutions: checking in and checking out (reprisal)
I took an awesome (and free!) bike class at the Brooklyn Brainery last month taught by Emily Scott, an avid cyclist with enthusiasm and smarts to boot. We covered everything from proper gear (Isle Jacobse’s great raincoats and a white helmet for increased visibility, for instance) to highest risk situations (like cars making left turns… Continue reading Biking In Heels: Cycling For Women
Natalia Mehlman Petrzela is an intenSati instructor, college professor, mom, and ambassador of awesome (just google her!). The next amazing event that she’s speaking at is less than two weeks away (March 11), and spots are filling up fast. I spoke with her about what it’s going to be like to celebrate our bodies and… Continue reading Interview with Natalia Petrzela about intenSati, the Intrepid, and HealthClass 2.0
IT’S NOT HOW MUCH YOU LIFT, IT’S THE GRUNT THAT GETS YOU THERE. What’s written in frosty white on the mirror at my gym. It’s seriously awesome; in fact, so awesome that I took that as clear instruction to grunt loudly and effectively. Probably looked fake with the wimpy 10 pound weights in my hand,… Continue reading
This is pretty helpful for all of us stuck in an office at a desk 5 days a week. I wish I didn’t give up sitting on the ball; I think it might be time to start again. Thanks Greg!Office Health Tips from Trainer Greg
Zumbafreak is actually crazy you guys. She had already gone to two Zumba classes by 3pm, and was getting ready for a non-stop, all out 90-minute session by pounding a cranberry vodka while sporting a special Zumba thumb-band and pointing out managers from all of the clubs who were making guest appearances. Meanwhile, exercisers of all… Continue reading A perfectly acceptable cult.