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Anonymous said: okay i hope this doesnt sound bad but whats the difference between Latino Hispanic & Spanish?
I’ll answer you question the best I can, but, honestly, I think you’d get a better (and way more accurate) answer by asking this question to a Latin@. I’m black so I really don’t think that I have any authority over this subject.
From what I’ve seen on tumblr:
- Latino (Latin@ is gender neutral) - is based on race, like someone is biologically from Latin America.
- Hispanic - is based on ethnicity; a person from spain (???), like you can be asian hispanic, white hispanic, black hispanic, etc (this is the one I’m the most unsure about)
- Spanish - a person from spain
Rebloging in case someone can help explain.
These terms are only used in the US, if you go up to a person in Mexico, Argentina, Peru or whatever and ask if they are Hispanic or Latino they will have no idea what you are talking about. None of the three terms refer to race, they all refer to region or place of origin.
Spanish is a person born in Spain (equivalent of Canadian, American, etc.)
The definitions of Latino/a and Hispanic vary according to source, and which of the two a person uses to refer to him or herself is dependent on personal choice. The most common definition for Hispanic is a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. Latino encompasses the same regions except Spain, because it is not in Latin America.
My definition: fuzzy
GRE definition: crystal clear
Hardcore Yoga: Pick Up Practice (4 minutes)
If you’ve got 4 minutes and a core you can do this. This practice is complete with modifications to help you improve your upper body strength and build a strong, stabilized core.
Try alternating this video and the plank video daily to prepare you for the future video series “Intermediate Arm Balances” featuring poses such as grasshopper, 8 limbs, side crow, crow pose, titbasana, etc.
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Surrender deeply into the poses that you struggle with. Get out of your comfort zone. It’s easy to focus our practice purely on what comes easy to us, the things we are good at. Make it a habit to bring attention to what you don’t want to see. Things are difficult for a reason: we hold the most tension in the parts of the body we don’t focus on because we shy away for pain. Know that pain is here because it needs to be! It’s how we move forward, on and off the mat. The resistance you feel is important - it’s your body’s way of saying “look at this.” “Breathe into this.” “Let this go.”
When you step on your mat today, focus on your least favorite poses. They are keys to the evolution of your soul.