Figure Skulpt™ on National Dance Day

Last weekend I pulled my hair up, put on my favorite pair of leggings, paired with an airy tank and Nikes to match. Packed with a water bottle, towel, and banana for post-workout recovery, I threw my gym bag over my shoulder and hopped into my car. I was looking forward to supporting fellow Florida … Continue reading Figure Skulpt™ on National Dance Day

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Nike Flyknit Lunar 3 Review

My new Nike Flyknit Lunar 3's are some pretty fly shoes! (What can I say? I like puns!) I've had these for a couple of months now, and aside from looking great, they're quite functional. They have a unique combination of stable, supportive soles plus a soft fit around the top. Usually, running shoes that give me the … Continue reading Nike Flyknit Lunar 3 Review

Lloyd Has Tricks Up Her…Hat?!

The celebrating in the US continued as we splashed around in the pool with our families, barbecued the remainder of our hot dogs and hamburgers from the 4th of July festivities, and watched our country win the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup! Congrats team USA on becoming the first country to win three FIFA Women’s World Cup titles! A special shout-out … Continue reading Lloyd Has Tricks Up Her…Hat?!

Misty Copeland Makes History

32-year-old Misty Copeland becomes first Black principal dancer at one of three top ballet companies in the world! 1982:  Born in Kansas City, Missouri. 1995: Takes first ballet class at the late age of 13 at Boys & Girls Club in San Pedro, California. 1997: Earned full scholarship to San Francisco's Ballet Summer Intensive Program. 2000: Earned … Continue reading Misty Copeland Makes History