As some of you may have read, I recently became addicted to Bodyrock.tv (and whoops I accidently typed boyrock, which I’m sure is a completely different site!). It started simply at first; I’d check out the site, find some workouts. And then I began to try one here, one there. And then I started forsaking my other workouts for bodyrock… and now I have these cravings! I need to do them everyday!!
Ok, so maybe it’s not that bad. But seriously, they are really addicting! And Zuzana is a great motivator. She has the most amazing body. It would be a lifetime achievement if I could get abs like her.
[P.S.Here is the workout I did today. It's called "Booty Fat Meltdown". I promise I'll do something different tomorrow!]
But here’s the shocking part: FREDDY AND ZUZANA BROKE UP. (for those just tuning in, F&Z started Bodyrock together)
I know, what can I say. Freddy clearly saw my moves and left Zuzana. That’s the only reasonable explanation right? (WRONG-My version of the Bodyrock definitely leaves something to be desired. Or a lot to be desired. AKA Sweaty, panting mess)
So now Zuzana won’t be doing the workouts anymore. But no worries! There are plenty of old ones for me to try (I think there’s 600!)
Alright. If you’re still with me, I wanted to write about an event I attended Sunday afternoon. My beautiful friend Meagan (and her friend Sarah) decided to chop off their hair for cancer.
Here’s the picture before:
And here’s after:
It takes a lot of courage to make such a drastic change (especially when it’s to do with looks), but I was so moved by these girls. I’ve noticed that a lot of people involved in the healthy living community often do fundraising in the form of runs, etc. for cancer charities (and others). It’s really inspirational to read about all of these stories and it really makes me feel like a run for cancer would be something I’d like to do in the future.
It’s pretty sad how cancer affects so many people in our lives. Everybody knows somebody who has had cancer (or in some cases, they themselves have had it). Unfortunately for us, there are so many cancer-causing agents in our world. Although studies are done, they’re rarely conclusive and that’s a pity. That’s why I feel it’s important to make choices to avoid bad things whenever possible.
Speaking of inspirational, my amazing friend Leah overcame breast cancer and now keeps a blog to capture her quirky self. It’s a great read! It’s called, Lopsided: Life, Love, and Everything in Between.
Ok, I’m off to relax! I’ve had a crazy productive day today, and now I need to enjoy the rewards (aka Netflix time!)
I hope you all have a wonderful night, filled with beautiful dreams. Tomorrow’s gonna be a good day! I can feel it
What motivates you to be healthy? Aujourd’hui: Zuzana’s abs and avoiding cancer