We had no idea about a district called Gangnam, where the women drive a Mercedes-Benz and take group exercise by waving their bums on the banks of the river.
You will say that it is like being forced to choose between Beethoven’s Fifth and the Sistine Chapel. As for the Korean dance, its effects are still rippling across the country this Christmas.
“Slapping her on the a**, giving it all this, it’s not the way to [teach], in my opinion,” Len said to Maks during the pair’s critique, something the professional dancer brushed off then and after the show when he spoke to “Sweetie, I’m 30 years old, I’ve been coaching since I was 14,” Maks said. I’ve had tens of thousands of people, I have students fly from Japan, from Europe, from South America — that is what I do for a living.
Do you really think that I’m going to change because somebody calls me out on it? ” Maks said he can conduct himself that way in the studio with his “DWTS” celebrity partners because they get him.
Spanking is a common — and many times, socially acceptable — way many parents choose to discipline their kids, but a 2009 study revealed that physical punishment can actually REDUCE the gray matter in children's brains.
As shocking as that may sound, the study concluded that "exposing children to HCP (harsh corporal punishment) may have detrimental effects on trajectories of brain development." Kim Olver, LCPC, has been featured in Whole Living, Women's World, Fitness Magazine and Counseling Today and is the best-selling, award winning author of Secrets of Happy Couples: Loving Yourself, Your Partner, and Your Life.