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Working It On The Dining Table

As I get older, I see and hear a lot more about health, lifestyle, exercise and food from other people. Yes, I almost always manage to get my morning yoga going but not always the evening part. Read: I would rather just veg, excuse me. 

There are all forms of exercising in this world and I am most interested in the ones that require minimal clothing, special attire (oh, you people with dirty minds, I hear you. LOL), equipment and stuff. Like using your body weight and gravity. Like using your luggage when traveling. Like using your wok when cooking. LOL. Kidding.

But the recent video introduced by Mashable I just saw really takes the cake. The people who came up with the idea is genius. I can't imagine maneuvering a 1kg fork and spoon around on the plate. It would most likely give you very muscly wrists. It will also tone down your arm in the long run.

And they aren't selling it cheap either....nearly USD$150 per set. That's about RM450. Expensive eating utensils but probably worth it if you are seriously going to use it in the long run.

Wonder who will come up with something for the legs next. Interesting stuff people come up with.




It's raining outside. Was gonna take the kids out for a walk in the neighborhood park when...sigh....anyway, it isn't as bad as some parts of US and UK. I heard people were, like, snowed in.

Take care, people,
Marsha

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