One of the best ways to combine physical fitness with fun is to fly a kite. As much offense as the phrase “Go fly a kite” might bring to mind, it’s actually pretty good advice to give anyone. Kite-flying can incorporate art, exercise, and even a bit of nostalgia into your life, and it’s the perfect season to do it. Of course, you can fly a kite throughout the year if you hit the park on a good, windy day.
“I can’t get a date. What can I do?”
Due to privacy concerns, I can’t tell you the gender of either speaker; I’d hate to be responsible for exposing a beer belly to the wrong person. It could have disastrous consequences for the person with the beer belly and might embarrass someone unintentionally.
“Crunch: Cardio Sculpt” is way more about the crunch than it is about the cardio, which might disappoint those wanting to get in a good cardio workout. The cardio in Violet Zaki’s workout basically involves a few step-ball-changes with squats and lunges thrown in for good measure.
The first time I did the 10 Minute Solution: Kickbox Camp, I noticed that kickboxing trainer Keli Roberts was older than most physical fitness guru-types, that she was incredibly fit, and that she and Nicole Kidman probably share the same inept plastic surgeon. I must admit, Keli Robert’s immobile face did distract me at the start of the workout, but once I got kicking, the workout took a definite turn for the better.
The 10-Minute Solution workouts DVD is part of a series. This particular DVD lasts for 50-minutes and consists of 5 different parts of the workout; you can do all of the workout at once, or just do a few segments, depending on time and your level of fitness.