As a child, I was always doing splits on the living room floor, or while waiting to enter a classroom, I’d slip into a split in the cold tiled school halls. I was great at bending backwards to do a standing bridge. And I could bounce from cartwheels and do somersaults. I was also into ballet and had good form doing an arabesque and quite a steady développé. But of course, I was a young girl, and could touch my forehead to my knees and thought I could do it till my fifties. WRONG!
Eindhoven in Motion is devoting February to flexibility! Some of us have it, some of us need to work a bit harder for it. Me? I fall into the latter! But luckily, the very flexible Personal Trainer, Shanna van Mens (pictured), has helped out with her expert knowledge and tips!
You were grey. You were challenging. You gave me a stinking cold. You certainly didn’t give me sunshine.
I have some very exciting news! Liza from The New Food in Town will now be a regular contributor to this blog! This foodie runs her own catering / shared dining company and also loves sport – she’s quite the runner, swimmer and (former) Dragon Boat racer. Liza will be sharing some delicious, healthy recipes that everyone can try. Her first post is below. Enjoy!