MIND BODY BOWL’S YOGA BREAKFAST

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So yesterday I was lucky enough to attend the lovely Annie’s (of Mind Body Bowl) yoga breakfast event… What a great concept! She had a whole bunch of super cool girls gathered together in a super cool location (Celestine Eleven) and then she brought in the yoga fairy extraordinaire – Steffy White, to lead us on an hour of fun but challenging (read… schhhwweeeatttyyyy!) vinyasa flow. (FYI If you’re looking for a new yoga class to try I would reeeeally recommend one of Steffy’s, that gal is a gem! As real as real can be, super approachable and bloody good…

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WORKOUT

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That picture above was the aftermath of a particularly hot and schweaty session in the park last week. Don’t let the tiny, innocent looking weight fool you… That relic is a hand me down from Dan’s Grandad and it is deceptively heavy! Fling a couple of those around for half an hour or so and you will definitely feel a burn! I also kinda love that they’re not pink! So, I’ve been umming and ahhing about what type of workouts to share with you guys each week… whether they should be full workouts, just one particular move meant to inspire…

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BRAZIL SPIN MIX + WORKOUT

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This is the first of many fitness focused mixes and is definitely aimed at giving you something to inspire a great 70 minute spin/turbo session that’s climbing heavy. It’s a purely Brazilian music mix to keep the sun shining, even if you’re stuck indoors. Drop us an email or leave a comment if you want to know any details of the tracks featured. Below is a suggested layout for your session. 0-10 mins – Use this as a good fast spin warm up. Try to keep your cadence with the tempo of the tracks 10-16 mins – At the beat change just beyond ten minutes…

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LIFE OF TRI

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We all know that I love triathlon. Without a second thought for my dwindling bank balance I am a fully paid up, card carrying, spandex wearing member of this amazing club of athletes. That being said, I still consider myself a complete beginner and every race I have entered and completed so far has been a total baptism of fire and more of an amazing learning curve rather than an amazing success, this of course depends on your definition of success but I’m sure you all know what I’m getting at. I would love to be ‘good’ at it, I do possess some teeny smidgen…

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