It’s the name of a major national group of volunteers from the rural areas of Myanmar. The Dunmer’s aim is to empower these remote people to live peacefully and sustainably by bringing their skills and ideas to a whole new field in sustainable agriculture. These people have a long road to travel before they can become independent.
Here are twelve valuable habits they developed over a year in their hometown, called “the village of the future. ” We have used our experiences as their teachers, and the way to create the future they look towards is through business.
In the early 1990’s in Myanmar there was nothing available to them and when they first started the village’s population suddenly tripled. With the help of some friends, the two groups of 10-15 Dunmer women started making their individual livelihoods and became the first people to become independent from the community. They now operate a local business supplying fresh, organic vegetables to the local market.
You can buy them at the farmer’s market in the small towns along the road! Blog: This is a really quick workout and you should be able to complete it in about 5 to 10 minutes. Do each set with only a few seconds’ rest. New blog: I love the newbie look and feel of this new weight challenge. The easy-to-do exercises will help you get a more thorough workout with less equipment.
This exercise also builds the glutes. To start, use the “reverse flyes” method described bellow. Place your feet together and keep your arms extended in front. Slowly extend your tail by pushing your bottom down and the upper body upwards. Slowly return to the starting position. As you complete the exercise, use your glutes to lower you into the starting position – which in turn will tighten you quad muscles and lower you into the exercise.
This is one of the best newbie exercises. In fact, even beginners can start with this. If you don’t want to hurt your knees or cause injury, the reverse flye will be just fine for start. You do not need to have any weights on your back, so no excuses. We’ll start with 10 repetitions of each of the following exercises. You begin with the standing position on your feet.