Blozend Health

Make your self a favor – live healthy

  • Perhaps you have noticed that your muscles are sore after a night of dancing in the clubs with friends? It is because when you are dancing you are using a lot of the muscles in your body and you are really performing a highly intense workout. The intensity depends on the music that we dance to and also the style in which we boogie.

    When it comes to dancing as a exercise routine there are two options that we have. We are able to either learn different bouncing styles or learn some exotic dancing routines. Spectacular dance fitness is these days gaining a lot of popularity as it is highly intense, produces accomplishment and helps you in shedding pounds at a really fast pace.

  • Perhaps many people associate strength training exercises with bodybuilding, steroid use and other possibly negative connotations. However, there has been a growing movement toward natural body building and strength training. With all of the publicity about athletes and steroids, the use of steroids has decreased. There are bodybuilders who probably still use steroids, but they are no longer the norm. Being healthy takes a little work, and that is all that is needed for average people to begin an exercise program with strength training.

  • Baby play mats have made their way full force onto the market in the last few years, and for good reason. Early childhood development studies show that it’s never too soon to babies to be exposed to a physically and mentally stimulating environment. If you’re a parent like me, you’ll also appreciate the fact that play mats offer a clean and comfortable area for baby to be on the floor.

  • Roller Derby was a staple of the early television era and was similar in its promotional format to its better known \”sports entertainment\” cousin, professional wrestling. It was frequently seen in the same bad timeslots on the same low powered UHF TV stations, and it was run by the same loose confederation of Runyanesque promoters and businessmen that characterized the regional territory era of pro wrestling. Unfortunately, roller derby didn\’t catch on the way professional wrestling did. There was obviously a serious athletic component to it, but the \”angles\” and storylines surrounding roller derby made pro wrestling seem like Ibsen by comparison. The sport does have its own history–most know that the LA T-Birds were the perennial champions of\’70\’s, and Ann Calvello and Ralphie Valladares had been in the sport forever and were considered legends–but it never really stuck in the public consciousness like the pre-Hulk Hogan era of pro wrestling.