Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Get Healthy Blog Hop! May 29th, 2013
















Anna Nordeman








Get Healthy! For those of us who have a sedentary occupation, such as sitting at a computer for hours on end, there is a lot that can be done to get into shape and stay fit. Exercise is important. Daily exercise. For my Get-Healthy-post, I would like to show some examples of different activities that may help you.


Erik, eleven, in an Eastern meditative pose




















First, I would like to thank my son, Erik, for sharing his new interest in the marshal arts. He has started taking a class in Taeqwando, which is a Korean form of kicking. His teachers are almost all women. I am tempted to give it a try myself! We're all learning how to count to ten in Korean!

But if you have trouble fitting a class into your tight schedule, take a walk! Right now (at least here in Sweden) is the perfect time of year for a stroll or a jogging tour.

Best wishes,
Anna










First Commenter:
Alex J. Cavanaugh
















6 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That's cool your son is doing Taeqwando. You should join him.
Thanks for participating in our bloghop.

Ruth said...

Today it is rainy out, maybe I can get some walking in tomorrow.

loverofwords said...

Anna: What a positive artistic blog -- you are my kind of blogger. I will visit often.

Yolanda Renee said...

I missed your post on the 29th, I think I've missed a lot around her lately, but am trying to make up for it while finishing some editing and planning a blog tour.

Walking is my go to exercise, and this year I vow to make it happen despite the weather. Cute picture of your son. This not a pose I could hold, at all! :)
Happy June, Anna!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Hope everything is all right, Anna. Missed you this month for the IWSG.

Tanya Walton said...

My Hubby took taekwando for quite a long time and really enjoyed it. Myself I am more of a solitary person and during the summer months get plenty of exercise out in the garden and push-biking to and from work, in the winter I like to find the time to do yoga at home when I get a spare few minutes, very relaxing and yet invigorating at the same time.

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