Michele Bosio

Michele Bosio

Su di me si sono dette tante cazzate, ma non mi importa... L'importante è che le persone davvero importanti sappiano chi sono. Per gli altri.. sono loro a perde
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Quick Leg Exercises

Quick Leg Exercises

Beat insomnia and boost relaxation with our bedtime essential flow. A 12 minute yoga sequence perfect to soothe your mind and body before bed. Put on your coziest PJs, grab a cup of chamomile tea and unwind! http://www.spotebi.com/yoga-sequences/bedtime-soothing-flow/

Beat insomnia and boost relaxation with our bedtime essential flow. A 12 minute yoga sequence perfect to soothe your mind and body before bed. Put on your coziest PJs, grab a cup of chamomile tea and unwind! http://www.spotebi.com/yoga-sequences/bedtime-soothing-flow/

20 Minute Beginner Yoga Workout For Flexibility - Avocadu

20 Minute Beginner Yoga Workout For Flexibility - Avocadu

Neila Rey's Five Minute Plank Workout...I'm not sure I could make it through this. At least not 5 minutes in a row...

Neila Rey's Five Minute Plank Workout...I'm not sure I could make it through this. At least not 5 minutes in a row...

Deadpool Workout Ryan Reynolds Chart

Deadpool Workout Ryan Reynolds Chart

Ryan Reynolds Back & Abs Deadpool Workout Chart

Ryan Reynolds Back & Abs Deadpool Workout Chart

Ryan Reynolds Legs & Abs Workout Deadpool Chart

Ryan Reynolds Legs & Abs Workout Deadpool Chart

The best stretches for your hip flexors!

The best stretches for your hip flexors!

Asking What’s Tabata? It’s an early form of high-intensity interval training (HIIT); started in the 90's by Japanese professor Izumi Tabata (he used it to get speed skaters in shape for the Olympics). It involves short, four-minute bouts of explosive interval moves done for 20 seconds each for eight rounds, with a 10-second break between each round.

Asking What’s Tabata? It’s an early form of high-intensity interval training (HIIT); started in the 90's by Japanese professor Izumi Tabata (he used it to get speed skaters in shape for the Olympics). It involves short, four-minute bouts of explosive interval moves done for 20 seconds each for eight rounds, with a 10-second break between each round.