Monthly Archives: December 2016
Having your hair falling in your face while at the gym is terrible! Here are 18 easy hairstyles that keep your hair far from in your face.
- The bang braid is your solution to keep annoying mid-level bangs off your face
- Or master the princess-y waterfall braid.
- Minnie Mouse buns keeps hair from whipping around everywhere.
- A ballerina bun will stay through even the most vigorous workout because spin pins.
- Braiding the underside of your bun/ponytail will keep loose strands from falling out during your workout.
- Or the topside if you have more issues with side pieces/bangs falling out.
- If you’ve got long hair, a knotted ponytail is an easy variation on a boring pony.
- A knotted ponytail works for shorter hair, too.
- A top knot can be done at a stoplight on your way to the gym.
- If you’ve got extra thick/long hair, boxer braid each side of your head and pull the remaining strands in a bun.
- A tiered ponytail will keep everything in its right place.
- Use yarn to tie your hair into a bun.
- There’s always the old sock bun standby.
- Use an Upzing Clip to create a super easy updo after your workout.
- A double braid is great for keeping hair secure during a swim.
- Spray leave-in conditioner or smooth some Moroccan/coconut oil into your hair before you go swimming.
- Use an old spice container as an emergency hair kit with pins, small hairspray, and anything else you might need.
- If you don’t want to wash your hair, sweat and build-up can be removed with baking soda.
Gymnastics has helped create many gold medal citizens and helps gymnasts excel later in life.
Many kids are already doing gymnastics as they learn to control their bodies and maneuver the world. Babies learning to walk often find themselves doing somersaults by accident, taking these accidental gymnastics to a higher level takes training and practice. The sport itself is perfect for any kid because they learn and succeed at their own pace feeling accomplished with every new move they learn. In gymnastics, no one sits on the bench while the best get to play. Gymnastics is the process of teaching one’s self to be in complete control of their body and as the training continues, muscles develop along with discipline, poise and self confidence. Many celebrities and star athletes started with gymnastics such as Sasha Cohen (the olympic skater), Hillary Swank (the Oscar and Golden Globe winning actress) and Tony Jaa (the martial arts movie actor). Training at home is a great alternative to paying for a professional coach while the child is honing in the basics. Making a practice room with carpet or couch cushions as padding is an easy way to allow child to learn handstands, cartwheels, and many other basics at home. Gymnastics is a training tool for your child’s mind and body that will stay with them the rest of their life.