Day 1 - Ronda
Hey guys, so after collecting my baggage from the airport we were collected by the leader of the language school that we will be staying at (Sparks)
We then had an hour and a half bus journey to Ronda where i looked at the amazing scenery and listened to my Spain playlist on my @spotify account (@ellamay.17 (Also my private and my sc 😉)
When we got into Ronda we went to the oldest bullring in Spain and the famous bridge there (pictured). We then got to eat our packed lunch and practice our Spanish in shops. We now have a barbecue and i am looking forward to tomorrow
very, very interesting. there is a TBA slot on the Formula E 2017-18 calendar.
we can confirm that our newly elected Mayor & his team are doing all that they can to push for Birmingham to host this round.
we await any update with incredible anticipation
#Repost via @joerehab
There are 4 aspects of fitness that all work together for good health: 1️⃣strength2️⃣cardiovascular
3️⃣flexibility4️⃣proprioception (or balance). However, workouts focused on breaking a sweat and breathing hard, possibly with a bit of stretching thrown in, work only the first three. Despite being widely recognized as essential for fitness, most people neglect posture and balance training in their exercise programs. This is unfortunate because especially as we age, balance deteriorates and injuries result as people fall down. Every year a third of Americans over 65 suffer a fall, resulting in 1.8 million Emergency Room visits for fall related injuries in 2003 alone, with 460,000 hospitalizations and 13,700 deaths. There is a stigma associated with balance and posture training that it is just for old people because of ads littered with old people falling down, requiring walkers and canes. Elite athletes and weekend warriors alike can significantly improve both performance and the benefits of exercise. Since posture is HOW you balance your body, when your sense of balance is off your body must compensate to stay upright. So little do you know, you as a young person, are basically "falling" all the time and placing extra shock into areas of your body that are compensating for the missing elastic element in a body part somewhere else. You have trouble inhibiting excessive movement (imaging someone teetering back and forth as they walk) (📝 @borisrehab )