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Flossing on Google Fit and on the boat

Last year when I was counting steps for the team challenge, I talked about dancing as a way to get some steps in at the end of the day. I stand behind dancing as a way to get in some movement. It comes naturally when I hear music with a beat.

Well, I’m not alone in recognizing dancing as a legitimate way to get active. In fact, Google Fit even includes “flossing,” the dance that all the kids are loving ever since the backpack kid rocked it behind Katy Perry on Saturday Night Live.

Well, not too long ago, my friend Amanda taught me how to floss. I can’t do it at the same speed as the backpack kid, but I’ve been practicing. Last week when I was on vacation on the sail boat, I got out running a few times but I also danced. Here’s my floss video for your entertainment. That’s my partner, Ren, coaching me in the background:

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Do the floss. #floss #sailinglife #sailingguinevere

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So yeah. There you have it. I can floss (-ish).

Can you?

4 thoughts on “Flossing on Google Fit and on the boat

  1. I think flossing is as good for the brain as for the body! I think of it as an anti-aging activity, like using polysyllabic words.

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