1- Alternating Toe Touch - Do a full sit-up and touch your right hand to your left toes. Keep arms & legs straight. Works: abs, obliques and hip flexors.
2- Butterfly Abs - Keep arms apart, balance on your glutes, crunch your knees to your chest. Works: abs and hip flexors.
3- Superman - On all 4s, breathe out and extend your right arm and left leg up as high as you can. Works: shoulders and glutes.
4- Side Bridge w/ Side Crunch - Balance on 1 hand sideways, then breathe out and crunch your other elbow & knee together. Works: arms, shoulders, obliques and hip flexors.
5- Crunches - Crunch and reach your arms between your legs. Works: abs.
6- Cobra Stretch - Push your upper body up with your head back. Breathe out and relax. Stretches out back and abs.
7- Marine Prone-ISO-Abs - Get on your elbows and toes, then push your body forward and backward w/ your toes. Works: shoulders, calves, anterior tibialis and abs.
8- Plank Spider - Get on your hands and toes, then breathe out & bring your knee to your elbow. Works: arms, shoulders, abs, obliques and hip flexors.
9- Down Dog Stretch - Be on your hands and feet with your glutes up as high as possible. Keep your arms and legs straight with your head in line with your arms. Stretches: calves, hamstrings, back and shoulders.
10- Child’s Pose Stretch - Kneel down on your knees then sit your glutes down to your heels and lower your body forward with your arms stretched overhead. Stretches: back and shoulders.
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The powerful ending to Janelle Monae’s (and Erykah Badu’s) song “Q.U.E.E.N.” The acronym: Queer. Untouchables. Emigrants. Excommunicated. Negroid.
I live for Naomi Campbell.
She’s just too much!!
Barron Claiborne started taking pictures at age ten after receiving a camera from his mother, at which point he decided, “God, maybe I’ll just do photography, then I won’t have to do anything else.” Claiborne went on to develop a true penchant for the craft, and created a unique style, working primarily in large format and experimenting with 8x10 Polaroid film in order to lend a bronzed, overly textured quality to his photographs.
Claiborne’s photographic influences are often derived from his Southern and African ancestry, and he uses his work as a canvas for representing the tales and oral traditions at the roots of his heritage. For the past 3 years, Claiborne has focused on the bodies of women, saints, and goddesses. His work has appeared in a number of publications including Newsweek, New York Times Magazine,Rolling Stone, and Interview.
Well said Mzee.