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Archive | January, 2015

Smashed at Smashwave!

My latest addiction in the gym, is something called Smashwave. This workout builds core and strength with cardio and agility thrown in. Unrelenting circuits of Rowing, Battle rope, TRX, Medicine ball, Jumpbox, Clean & Press, the dreaded Burpees and push ups, done back to back in explosive sets. It starts with an anchor rower – […]

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Indoor Rowing – a fab workout!

Right first of all, you need to have your cross trainers on.. but my shoes got wet last night, in a tropical flash flood sort of rain, so you catch my drift. Plus I wasn’t going to let wet shoes stand in the way of me getting a workout. Indoors no less, and no thanks […]

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3 Easy Exercises to Slimmer Thighs !

How to have gorgeous thighs so you can flaunt that bikini body… Some are blessed with great genetics. And some are not. Well, even if you don’t have the skinniest of thighs, you can still have to most toned ones in town. Here are our 3 easy and most effective exercises to slimmer thighs! Plie […]

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Garden to Table Private Dining

Pretty excited about this new place we went to for lunch. Known as Garden to Table, and run by a lady called CY, this spotĀ is located in a single-storey bungalow in Section 14, Petaling Jaya. The place is lovely with a garden growing more than a hundred types of edible and decorative plants. CY is […]

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Banish Arm Jiggle!

My mom used to call it, the “bye bye” arms. Why because when you wave, even your triceps wave bye bye, thanks to the loose skin on the underside of your arm, that’s far from toned. Well have no fear, here are 5 simple exercises, to help you banish arm jiggle for good! My 5 […]

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I heart Banana Hearts

One of the tasty things to eat in Yangon, as a part of Myanmar diet, is the banana heart. Usually these are eaten with rice, as a vegetable side dish, and the nutritional value is amazingly high. Walking around Yangon markets, we were fascinated with this pseudostem. 100g of banana flower has the following nutrition […]

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