We’ve talked at length of the benefits of exercise. I talked, you listened. We laughed and then everyone put their Rebook High Tops on and went for a good old-fashioned power walk around the block.
You remember High Tops right? My dad had a pair and my sisters and I used to think they were hilarious. We could fit both our feet in them, they were outrageous! I miss 80’s exercise fads and active-wear. Olivia Newton John, wedgie lycra leotards, leg warmers, Sweathog trackies. It was all good in Jane Fonda’s hood.
But like all good fads, they come and go (more on that later). So exactly what type of exercise should we be doing and how often?
In the words of the great Tom Jones, “Exercise. What is it good for? Absolutely everything.” That’s how it goes right? Sometimes I muddle my words up when there’s hip thrusting involved. So this post is about hip thrusting. No, exercise. It’s about exercise. How good is exercise. Seriously?!
So good, I made it my goal for January. Which, by the way, I achieved (phew)!
A friend text me recently and asked for a blog on how to get rid of her muffin top.
How great would it be if you could spot target fat?! I personally think my friend has a great figure, so does my mum. Not that that matters, but that’s a 2 person poll and a 100% “great bod” rating, plus mums always know best.
So this is a post dedicated to my friend, and everyone else who has a certain part of their body they would like to change, including me.