Since I've been battlin this flu of knock me on my ass, I haven't been able to exercise in any meaningful way. My walks have been way slower and I find it highly frustrating.
Now that I'm feeling closer to normal I want to start bellydancing again and I have a new interest.
Now as I'm browsing of course (because it's marketed to women and women must always be on a quest to lose weight *insert eye roll here*) I'm getting annoyed.
Every hooping site I've been to thus far has shown me lovely ladies, thin small boob having ladies hooping. That in and of itself is awesome, rock on ladies but what I need is some information that might help out a lady who is not so thin or not so small boob having.
I find this flaw with almost every exercise oriented thing. Bellydance is the small exception but even there, so much is demo'd by people with similar body types that practical information that I as a consumer deem vital is just not there.
For instance, if I want to do some hooping would my big ass titties cause me any issues? Or if I have a belly would that impact what I can get out of this?
I find this inordinately annoying.
So I turn to you my homies of the fatness. Do any of you hoop? If so what are your experiences with it? do you like it?
I am primarily interested because it just looks like fun. It looks like another booty shaking activity that I would enjoy.
Right now I am trying (and fuck it's hard for me) to make healthy for me decisions regarding exercise. Given my knee and other health issues, hard vigorous exercise is probably not where I want to go right now and that maddens me. And annoyed is not where I want to live.
That in mind my plan is to shimmy my way through winter and take some (OH SHIT exciting news I forgot to tell you guys) classes.
Awesome thing, see I work swing shift Monday Through Friday. I am also poor. I've been looking for classes accessible to me and best thing is, there is a drop in class I can walk to from my house on SATURDAYS!!!1!1!!!ELEVENTY!!1!!!!
I am super excited about that people.
I've also decided to add more stretching and push ups to my nightly routine.
I have my eye on a used copy of a book on stretching. And a copy of a book with stretching designed for office workers.
Tell me homies, what kind of movement makes you happy?
Do you exercise because it makes you happy?
Does the idea of finding that one awesome activity give you a happy?
I want to hear about it. Tell me.
AND welcome new homies. If you're reading even if you don't like me you're still a homie and you're welcome here.
Okay folks, I'm off to drink delicious Twinnings Lady gray tea, (note if you're in the Seatown area Grocery Outlet has a pretty tin on sale right now) and enjoy my chicken noodles for lunch.