I'm very excited to see another movie within the
universe. This time the focus is on Apollo Creed's son Adonis who goes
to Rocky for training. Sylvester Stallone is back as Rocky, of course,
and Michael B. Jordan play's Apollo's son, Adonis. Let's hope all the
old Rocky ingredients are there like great workout music and workout
motivation, maybe a good motivational speech or two. Since, I was a kid
the Rocky movies have inspired me to exercise. Back in the 80's Stallone
was the embodiment of physical fitness. His only real competition
was Arnold Schwarzenegger who was obviously bigger, but Stallone
appeared to be the most overall physically fit. Does anybody think
Arnold could have overtaken Sly in a foot race?
Back in the day I taped the Rocky movies from the television using that
new fangled device the VCR. I must have watched those movies a million
times, especially Rocky III and IV. I would rewind the training montages
and play them while I worked out.
Those were the days.
I hope Sly keeps in shape and keeps making movies. As long as Stallone
is doing that, maybe I won't feel quite so old. It's still a little sad
that Rocky isn't boxing in this movie, but I did read the other day
another Rambo movie is in the works. So at least Stallone hasn't given
up movie fighting just yet.
Creed comes out in theaters this fall, November 25, 2015!
Fitness Book The complete title of the book is "Never Quit The Back to Basics
Fitness Guide ". It takes you through the four major categories or steps
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very simple straightforward approach to health and
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healthy lifestyle and puts it in a easy to understand
format for everyone.
The Nutri Ninja Food Blender
I love the Nutri Ninja. The version that we use is the
2-in-1 and it's awesome! Before we used to juice, but
using the Ninja food blender is actually turning out to
be a lot easier, and I think healthier in the long run.
How to Lose Weight and Keep It Off
Millions of people struggle with losing weight worldwide. Diet and
health books come out every day, along with new exercise DVDs, and, yet, the
world as a whole keeps gaining more weight. For every person who
struggles with losing weight there's likely five that gave up a long
time ago. So is there a secret to losing weight? Is being skinny just
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simply the types or amount of food we eat?
The complete title of the book is "Never Quit The
Back to Basics Fitness Guide ". It takes you through the four major
categories or steps to a healthier and happier you. It's not a short
term gimmicky program that we see a lot of these days.