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Personal Training in the comfort of ur home

1 Oct

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I came across this fb page for personal training for women in kuwait. They r European female trainers who do¬†Pilates, Aerobics, Dancing, Swimming, Fitness, Yoga…and others

And the thing is, they come to your home ūüôā

I don’t know anything about them except for what I read on their page, but it’s definitely worth knowing about!

You can call them on 99 154 813

And check out their page on facebook

 

 

BIG sis

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Truly A MUST Watch Documentary

28 Sep

My husband often spoke about his¬†excitement that Universal¬†Pictures was making a movie/documentary¬†on Aryton Senna, a¬†Brazilian¬†Formula 1 three-time world champion who died at the age of 34. I’m going to be honest and say that a) I did not share his¬†excitement¬†and b) Aryt— who? How do you¬†pronounce¬†his name again?

Well let me tell you one thing Рafter watching this documentary I felt like I had slept through 1994.  Given I was only 10 years old at the time, I cannot believe that until I watched this I had no idea who Aryton Senna was.

You don’t have to like¬†Formula¬†1 to watch it. This¬†documentary¬†is an intense look at a¬†remarkable¬†F1 champion’s¬†life seen through (never before seen) real footage. He is seen as strong,¬†articulate, and¬†fearless but you’ll also catch a¬†glimpse of how ¬†sensitive ¬†and vulnerable he was. It is filled with high emotion and real intensity.

“Senna” broke the record for the highest grossing opening weekend¬†documentary film in British cinema history.

LITTLE sister

1.5 million $ Drag Race

16 Sep

This post is a very special dedication to my husband and brother-in-law…. enjoy ūüėČ

 

BIG sister

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Nadal leg cramp during press conference

6 Sep

Rafael Nadal of Spain reacts to pain during a press conference after his match against David Nalbandian of Argentina during the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York, Sunday, Sept. 4, 2011. Answering questions in Spanish, Nadal suddenly started grimacing in pain. He tilted his head back, covered his face with his arm. After a few nervous moments, Nadal popped back up. A simple leg cramp, he insisted. (AP Photo/Andrzej Kentla)

 

Rafael Nadal rolled his head back, squeezed his eyes shut, covered his contorted face with his left arm and leaned awkwardly in the leather chair used by players during U.S. Open news conferences.

Frozen by the leg cramps that simultaneously hit his right hamstring and thigh about two hours after he’d won his third-round match, Nadal stopped taking reporters’ questions and paused between deep breaths to plead in Spanish, “Can you call a trainer for me, please?”

Then slowly ‚ÄĒ and scarily to those watching, because it was unclear at that moment to anyone but Nadal himself exactly what was wrong ‚ÄĒ the defending champion slithered out of the chair and went down to the ground, hidden from view by a table. Within minutes, Nadal was sitting up, and then standing, after being given bags of ice to soothe his painful leg and bottles of water and Gatorade to drink.

Watch it:

I find it very strange that no one came to his aid, or even checked up on him!

He sat there squirming in pain for 2 minutes!

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BIG sister