domingo, 23 de marzo de 2014

Y si mezclara las frases de las canciones que me gustan... texto que resultaría???

:D Veamos que resulta....

A cold and frosty morning there's not a lot to say 
About the things caught in my mind 

I let it fall, my heart
And I'd get lost in the nothingness inside of me
(I was confused)
My Today - Fell In From The Top
I had nothing to say and
I'm no angel, but please don't think that I won't try and try
Even now when it's already over
At the end of your tunnel
the universe we imagine
the memory we left behind
the time we drain the time we kill
what's the need for a better life tell me
I want to let go of the pain I felt so long

'Cause I need more time 
Yes I need more time 
Just to make things right 

And I hope that you see this heart behind my tired eyes

to choose is sometime to lose they say
to lose what you haven't chosen but yes

I'm no angel, but please don't think that I can't cry

That was the last time, the last time
I'm walking empty streets hoping we might meet
I Wonder Where You Are Now? 

Heaven knows I'm going nowhere
I was only dreaming

But in the end, it doesn't even matter 
There’s only one thing you should know 
 I want to be there when you're coming down 
 I want to be there when you hit the ground 
Let Me Be The One That Shines With You
I lie around in bed all day just staring at the walls 
All the things you'd say, they were never true, never true
Where I felt something die, 'cause I knew that
I'm no angel, but does that mean that I can't live my life

Then it comes to be that the soothing light
But I just have to pass on by 

miércoles, 5 de marzo de 2014

Question: Why would you ever choose to be with someone who is not excited to be with you?

Question: Why would you ever choose to be with someone who is not excited to be with you?

There’s a grey area in dating many people get hung up on — a grey area where feelings are ambiguous or one person has stronger feelings than the other. This grey area causes real, tangible issues. As a man, a huge question is often whether to be persistent and continue pursuing a woman even when she seems lukewarm or hot/cold on your advances. For women, a common question is what to do with men who make their feelings ambiguous.

“She said she’s not interested, but she still flirts with me, so what do I need to do to get her?”
“Well, I know she likes me, but she didn’t call me back last weekend, what should I do?”
“He treats me well when he’s around, but he’s hardly around. What does that mean?”
Most dating advice exists to “solve” this grey area for people. Say this line. Text her this. Call him this many times. Wear that.
Much of it gets exceedingly analytical, to the point where some men and women actually spend more time analyzing behaviors than actually, you know, behaving.
Frustration with this grey area also drives many people to unnecessary manipulation, drama and game-playing. This is where you get rules about making men pay for this many dates before you can become intimate. Or how men need to transition from attraction phase to comfort phase by qualifying three times before they’re allowed to commence an escalation ladder.
These things may seem clever and exciting to some people who are stuck or frustrated. But this dating advice misses the point. If you’re in the grey area to begin with, you’ve already lost.
Let me ask again: Why would you ever be excited to be with someone who is not excited to be with you? If they’re not happy with you now, what makes you think they’ll be happy to be with you later? Why do you make an effort to convince someone to date you when they make no effort to convince you?
What does that say about you? That you believe you need to convince people to be with you?
You wouldn’t buy a dog that bites you all the time. And you wouldn’t be friends with someone who regularly ditches you. You wouldn’t work a job that doesn’t pay you. Then why the hell are you trying to make a girlfriend out of a woman who doesn’t want to date you? Where’s your self-respect?
The entrepreneur Derek Sivers once wrote a blog post where he said that “If I’m not saying ‘Hell Yeah!’ to something, then I say no.” It served him well in the business world and now I’d like to apply it to the dating world. And because I’m more of a vulgar asshole than Derek is, I’ll christen mine The Law of “F*ck Yes or No.”
The Law of “F*ck Yes or No” states that when you want to get involved with someone new, in whatever capacity, they must inspire you to say “F*ck Yes” in order for you to proceed with them.The Law of “F*ck Yes or No” also states that when you want to get involved with someone new, in whatever capacity, THEY must respond with a “F*ck Yes” in order for you to proceed with them.
As you can see, The Law of “F*ck Yes or No” implies that both parties must be enthusiastic about the prospect of one another’s company. Why? Because attractive, non-needy, high self-worth people don’t have time for people who they are not excited to be with and who are not excited to be with them.
This may sound a bit idealistic to some. But The Law of “F*ck Yes or No” has many tangible benefits on your dating life:

  1. No longer be strung along by people who aren’t that into you. End all of the headaches. End the wishing and hoping. End the disappoint and anger that inevitably follows. Start practicing self-respect. Become the rejector, not the rejected.
  1. No longer pursue people you are so-so on for ego purposes. We’ve all been there. We were so-so about somebody, but we went along with it because nothing better was around. And we all have a few we’d like to take back. No more.
  1. Consent issues are instantly resolved. If someone is playing games with you, playing hard to get, or pressuring you into doing something you’re unsure about, your answer is now easy. Or as I often like to say in regards to dating, “If you have to ask, then that’s your answer.”
  1. Establish strong personal boundaries and enforcing them. Maintaining strong boundaries not only makes one more confident and attractive, but also helps to preserve one’s sanity in the long-run.
  1. Always know where you stand with the other person. Since you’re now freeing up so much time and energy from people you’re not that into, and people who are not that into you, you now find yourself perpetually in interactions where people’s intentions are clear and enthusiastic. Sweet!

The Law of “F*ck Yes or No” is applicable to dating, sex, relationships, even friendships. You may have absolutely nothing in common with that bartender. But they’re hot and are interested in getting down. Is it a “F*ck Yes!” for sex? It is? Then game on.
Wrapped up in that sweet guy who treats you so well, except goes weeks without calling you and suddenly disappears after a couple drinks and a round of the horizontal polka? Been wondering if he really likes you? Do his excuses of being so busy all the time seem legit? It doesn’t sound like the answer is a “F*ck yes.” Then it’s time to move on.
Making out with a girl at your house and every time you go to take her shirt off she swats your hands away? That is not a “F*ck Yes,” my friend, therefore, it’s a no and not worth pressuring her. Besides, sex with someone who is not “F*ck Yes” about you is usually lousy sex anyway.
(Hint Fellas: This is a great time to ask the girl why she’s not comfortable, and what she’s looking for from you. That, by itself, often solves this “problem.”)
Want to date that woman you met last weekend but she keeps ignoring your texts and calls? Not sure what to say or do, especially since she seemed so happy to go out with you when you initially met her? Well, my friend, this is obviously not a “F*ck Yes.” Therefore, it is a “No.” Delete her number and move on.
F*ck Yes or No applies to relationships as well. My girlfriend works with a guy who got married because “it seemed like the right thing to do.” Four years later, he was cheating on his wife every chance he got. The marriage was not a F*ck Yes for him, therefore it should have been a No.
Sometimes The Law of F*ck Yes or No will apply differently on different levels. You may be a “F*ck Yes” for friendship with someone, but mildly excited to have sex with them. Therefore, it’s a no. You may be a “F*ck Yes” on banging someone’s brains out, but a definite “No” on actually spending any time with them. Apply the law to your decision-making as it suits your current needs.

lunes, 3 de marzo de 2014

Mis practicas de vinyasa xD

This cleansing yoga routine will help clear your head.


Gentle seated twist
Begin in comfortable seat*. Place your righthand fingertips behind your tailbone to help prop yourself up. Reach your left wrist to the outside of your right thigh. Press your left wrist gently into your leg to expand your chest.


standing forward fold
Standing tall, exhale as you extend forward from your hips, straighten your legs and fold forward to the floor into standing forward fold. Then make these adjustments.


See here for Sun salutation A


See here for Sun salutation B


revolved chair
Parivrtta utkatasana
From a standing position, inhale, bend your knees and sink your hips as you raise your arms straight up and shoulder-width apart (chair pose). Now make the following adjustments, repeating on the opposite side.


revolved crescent
From a standing position, step your left foot back, lift your heel and bend your right knee to a 90 degree angle, knee stacked above the ankle. Now, tucking your tailbone in, raise your arms straight up over your head, keeping them shoulder-width apart. Take a couple of breaths here. Bring your hands together at heart centre, lengthen your torso forward over your right leg, and twist from your mid to upper back, hooking your left elbow over your right knee. On every inhale, maintain length in your torso, and on every exhale twist deeper, constantly expanding your chest.


seated forward fold

Begin seated, with your legs together and extended straight out in front of you. Root into your hips and lift your chest. Keep your spine long and lean forward to grab the outer edges of your feet, or clasp your right wrist with your left hand. Inhale and extend your chest. Exhale and, without rounding your back, lengthen your torso over your legs.


Head to knee

Janu sirsasana

Begin seated, with your left leg straight and your right knee bent. Bring the sole of your right foot to rest against your left inner upper thigh. Inhale and extend your spine. Exhale, spin your chest over your left knee and grab the outer edge of your left foot, or clasp your right wrist with your left hand. Inhale and extend your spine again. Exhale and fold your torso over your straight leg, bending your elbows wide and relaxing the base of your neck. Repeat on the opposite side.





Explosive Forward Jump Into Double-leg Shift Burpee

A combination of a forward jump and a double-leg shift burpee, this aerobically based bodyweight exercise is highly explosive.
DO IT Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart and slightly bent. Jump explosively as far forward as possible, landing in the start position (A). Bring your hands down to the ground and drop into a push-up by kicking your legs out as far as possible (B). Bring your hands back immediately and stand up straight. Repeat until fatigue. Count your reps to see how many you can do, then track your improvement.


Jump Clean and Press With Medicine Ball

Do this move using a heavy medicine ball. The objective is to challenge yourself to maintain dynamic movement throughout the exercise.
DO IT Stand with your legs slightly more than shoulder-width apart, holding the ball close to your chest. Drop into a deep squat, bringing the ball to the ground and making sure you’re looking up (A). Explosively drive through your feet to force the ball into the air, without letting go (B). Land in a low squat with the ball at ground level. Repeat until your form is lost due to fatigue.


Single-arm Stability Lightweight Punches In Side Bridge Position

This is a dynamic stability core-based workout. Use a weight that challenges you, but that you can lift without strain.

DO IT Lying on your side, lift yourself up so your weight is supported by your feet and elbow or hand (A). Using the weight in your other hand, perform punching motions, alternating upward and forward (B). Continue until fatigue – try to hold the bridge for longer as your strength improves.


Stability Triceps Dip To Hamstring Curl With Stability Ball


This is another combination exercise but using a relatively static and isolated movement.

DO IT Start facing away from a raised box, with hands shoulder-width apart supporting your weight. Your legs should be on top of a stability ball – legs straight and heels dug into the ball (A). Shift your butt towards the ground by bending your arms, then push yourself back up, isolating your triceps (B). At the top of the move, bring your knees in (C), then extend them, isolating your hamstrings and glutes. Repeat until fatigue and try to increase the number of reps as you become stronger.

REPS 10 per side SETS 2


Kneel in front of a stability ball and place your forearms and fists on the ball. Your elbows should be bent about 90 degrees (A). Slowly roll the ball forward, straightening your arms and extending your body as far as you can, without allowing your lower back to collapse (B). Use your abs to pull the ball back to your knees.

REPS 10 to 15 SETS 2


Mountain climbers
Assume a push-up position with your arms completely straight. Lift your right foot off the floor and slowly raise your knee as close to your chest as you can (A). Make sure you don’t change your lower back posture as you lift your knee. Return to the starting position, then repeat with your left leg (B). Rapidly alternate back and forth.
REPS 20 per leg SETS 2



Assume a push-up position with your arms completely straight. Rest your shins on a stability ball. Your body should form a straight line from your head to your ankles (A). Without changing your lower back posture, roll the stability ball towards your chest by pulling it forward with your feet (B). Pause, then return to start by rolling the ball backward.
REPS 8-10 SETS 2



Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Grab a pair of dumbbells and bend forward at your hips until your torso is nearly parallel to the floor. Let the dumbbells hang straight down from your shoulders, your palms forward (A). Without moving your torso, raise your arms straight out to your sides until they’re in line with your body (B). At the top of the movement, your thumbs should be pointing up. Pause, then slowly return to the starting position.


Hit every major muscle in your lower body – and burn fat all over.
Training your lower body is one of the fastest ways to get lean. That’s because it’s made up of bigger muscle groups (such as your glutes, quads and hamstrings), so working those specific areas tends to create a greater metabolic response overall, says personal trainer Alli McKee. Translation: you burn more total kilojoules both during and after your workout, which helps incinerate fat from head to toe, while sculpting definition in your lower half. There’s a catch, though: you have to hit every major muscle group. This routine by McKee targets your glutes, quads, hamstrings and calves in a melange of movement patterns (forward, backwards, laterally and so on), helping you train some of the smaller, often-ignored muscles. Move from one exercise to the next with as little rest as possible in between. Take a one to two minute break, then repeat for a total of three circuits.

You’ll need: a resistance band, a heavy dumbbell and a stability ball.

Lateral Band Walk

Position a mini resistance band just below your knees and stand with your feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent (A). Maintaining a tight core, step your left foot out to the side (B), followed by your right. Continue for 30 to 40 small steps, keeping tension on the band, then repeat, stepping to the right.

Switch Lunge

Step your right leg forward and bend both knees to lower into a lunge (A). Return to standing, keeping your right foot lifted; immediately step it back and lower into a reverse lunge (B). Return to start. That’s one rep. Do 10 to 12, then switch sides.

Goblet Squat To Calf Raise

Stand with your feet more than hip-width apart, toes turned out slightly, and hold a heavy dumbbell vertically in front of your chest (A). Bend your knees to lower your body to the floor as far as possible (B). Push through your heels to stand, then rise up as high as you can onto your toes. Return to start. That’s one rep. Do 15 to 20.

Stability Ball Leg Curl

Lie face-up on the floor and place your calves on a stability ball; lift your hips off the ground so that your body forms a straight line from shoulders to heels (A). Bend your knees and raise your hips to roll the ball towards you (B). Return to start. That’s one rep. Do 15 to 20.


domingo, 2 de marzo de 2014

Full Body Blast Workout for Intermediate | ZuzkaLight.com

Full Body Blast Workout for Intermediate | ZuzkaLight.com

Dumbbell Pushup Row
Place a pair of dumbbells about shoulder-width apart on the floor. (A) Grab the handles and position yourself in a pushup position. (B) Lower your body to the floor and then press back up. (C) Once you're back in the starting position, pull the dumbbell in your right hand up toward the side of your chest. Pause, then return the starting position and repeat with your left hand. That's 1 rep. Try to prevent your torso from rotating each time you row the weight.
Pushup-Position Alternating Dumbbell Raise
Start in a pushup position, legs extended and feet more than shoulder-width apart, with each hand resting on a dumbbell directly under your shoulders(a). Brace your core, then raise a weight in front of you to shoulder height, keeping your hips parallel to the floor (b). Slowly lower, then repeat on the other side. That's one rep.
Quick Tip
Make it harder by adding a pushup before each rep.
MOVE 2Drop Lunge
Hold a pair of dumbbells at your shoulders, elbows close to your body, feet hip-width apart (a). Maintaining a tight core, step your left foot behind your right and bend both knees to lower into a lunge, sitting back into your right heel (b). Press through your right foot to stand, then repeat on the other side. That's one rep.

MOVE 3Knee Strike with Side Kick
Stand with your feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent and fists raised in front of you. Keeping your chest upright, drive your right knee toward your chest as your rise onto the ball of your left foot (a). Lower your knee and drive your foot to the right, extending into a side kick (b). Return to start; repeat on the other side. That's one rep.

MOVE 4Tuck Jump
Position your feet slightly more than shoulder-width apart and bend your knees (a). In one explosive movement, jump as high as you can and bend your knees toward your chest (b). Land softly and pause to reset your stance. That's one rep.

MOVE 1Cross-Over Jumping Jacks
Stand with your feet more than hip-width apart and your arms straights out to your sides at shoulder height (A). Simultaneously cross your arms in front of your chest and jump your right leg in front of your left (B). Quickly reverse to return to start. Repeat, crossing your left leg in front of your right. 
MOVE 2Glute Bridge March
Lie on your back with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor. Raise your hips so your body forms a straight line from shoulders to knees (A). Brace your core and lift your right knee toward your chest (B). Hold for 2 counts, then lower your right foot. Repeat with the other leg.
MOVE 3Squat to Stand
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Keeping your legs straight, bend over and grab your toes. Without letting go of your toes, bend your knees to lower your body into a squat, raising your chest and shoulders (A). Holding that position, raise your left arm directly overhead (B), followed by your right. Press through your heels to stand (C), then lower your arms.

If you need more of a challenge… During ETC classes, we do metabolic drills (think: burpees, squat jumps, and mountain climbers) in between circuits. "These metabolic drills are short bursts of work that will impact your metabolism post-workout and add to the benefits you get from the circuit exercises," says Lashaun Dale, senior national group fitness creative manager at Equinox. Perform one drill for 30 seconds to one minute—pushing as hard as you possibly can while maintaining good form. Do one or two drills before repeating the circuit below. 
Ready for week 2? Start with a 10-15 minute dynamic warm-up (think squats, lunges, inchworm, etc.) or try this warm-up routine. Then, begin the circuit below. Perform each exercise for one minute (or 30 seconds each side if noted), taking little to no rest between moves. Rest for one minute. Then repeat the entire circuit. Cool down with five minutes of dynamic stretching or foam rolling.  
MOVE 1Push Up to T Plank
Begin in plank position with hands slightly wider than shoulder width and legs extended. Keeping spine neutral, bend elbows and lower body towards floor (A). Press into floor, extend elbows and return to starting position. Next, rotate to the right, stacking shoulders, hips and legs. Keep hips lifted and neck in line with spine (B). Return to plank and repeat. 

MOVE 2Renegade Rows to Mountain Climbers
Holding medium to heavy dumbbells, begin in plank position with hands directly under shoulders, keeping wrist neutral. Keep legs extended and open to provide a wider base of support. Keeping spine neutral, pull (row) dumbbell to hip without tilting hips (A). Lower dumbbell to floor, and repeat on other side. Then do 8 mountain climbers, bringing knees to chest(B). Repeat the cycle of 2 rows and 8 mountain climbers for the entire minute. 

MOVE 3Dumbbell Push Press
Holding medium to heavy dumbbells at shoulders, stand with feet hip width apart or slightly wider. Lower down into squat, driving hips back and keeping chest lifted (A). Press back up to standing as you press the dumbbells overhead without pausing in the middle. For a balance challenge, lift one knee up (B). Lower dumbbells to shoulders as you return to starting position and repeat with the other leg. 

MOVE 4180 Jumps
Stand facing right side of room with feet slightly wider than hips. Squat down, reaching left arm to floor (A). Explode up, and turn all the way to left side of room, reaching right arm to floor (B). Immediately explode up, and turn 180 degrees back to right side. Repeat for 30 seconds, then immediately begin skaters (the next move).

MOVE 5Skaters
Facing front, leap to the right, reaching your left leg behind on a diagonal(A). Rebound and leap to the left, reaching right leg behind (B). Bound side to side for 30 seconds.
MOVE 63-Point Lunge
Begin standing with right foot on Gliding Disc (or towel on smooth floor surface) with arms by your sides. Bend left knee, and slide right foot out to the side until left knee is bent 90 degrees (A). Pull back to starting position, then bend left knee and slide right foot back to rear lunge (B). Pull back to starting position, then bend left knee and slide right foot back on a diagonal to curtsy lunge (C). Pull back to starting position, and repeat all three lunges for 30 seconds. Switch sides, and repeat all on other side.

MOVE 7Plank With Scorpion Rotation
Begin in plank position with hands directly under shoulders and legs extended with feet close together. Pull left knee under body toward right elbow (A), then send the left leg up to the ceiling, pressing into Single Leg Down Dog position. Keeping arms straight and spine long, begin to open left hip and bend left knee (B). Keep hips high and knee lifted while pressing evenly into both hands. Extend leg, and repeat from starting position for 30 seconds. Switch to the other side, and repeat for 30 seconds.