i joined a gym for the first time in my life a couple of weeks ago and these things caught my eye right away. after a little research, i decided i’m going to give these bosu balls a go. here are a few basic things i learned you can do with them…
plank and side plank:
Fantastic Decor Idea!
Perfume for your hair
TOP NOTES: Bergamot, eucalyptus, melon
MIDDLE NOTES: Tuberose, jasmin, ylang ylang
BASE NOTES: Tuberose absolute, orange blossom absolute, coconut, musk
OLFACTIVE GROUP: Floral
PERFUMER: Dominique Ropion
I really want this!
Yes! My new found passion or need. I have been cycling for the last 2-3 weeks now on an average of about 10 miles per day, 5 days a week. I will be honest that I started about a year ago with cycling, but I did not dare to cycle more than a mile in the beginning.
Slowly over the time, I built up the length and now although I can cycle for about 8 miles at a stretch, my speed remains quite average. So hope to increase my speed over the next few months. And hope to look more athletic too!
Will surely post before and after pics - if i don’t end up looking the same :D
In the absence of something better to say, I have this cloud as a post.
Chicken Satay Recipe
Oh yes amazing spring nights call for some hot chicken satay. Super easy to cook, fast cook time and really yummy! I used local peanut dipping sauce to go with it which added cherry to the already amazing dish.
400g chicken filet cut into small cubes to fit a skewer
2-3 cloves garlic
1 inch ginger
1 tablespoon lemongrass chilli sauce
4-5 tablespoon terriyaki marinade sauce
1 teaspoon cumin powder
1 teaspoon coriander powder
2 tsp red chilli powder
1. Take all the ingredients except for chicken and grind them well to a paste.
2. Marinate the chicken pieces for at-least 2 hours and upto 24 hours.
3. Add pieces to skewers and set them in a preheated oven (250 deg Celcius).
4. It takes about 5 minutes each side, and yes you are ready to go!
5. Serve hot.