For our next featured performer, we’re traveling to Las Vegas and meeting with Jenna Cramer, who we will post on for the next 7 weeks. Jenna has been seen on 20ft high Vegas billboards, leading Yoga classes of more than 200 people, dancing on the brightest stages, and teaching dance in gyms and nightclubs around the globe.
This is Dance. The moves aren’t easy and the timing must be perfect. Jenna is no stranger to this as she keeps time in her back pocket on the Las Vegas stage, each muscle stopping at marked, abstract points in the air at exactly the right moment. Jenna, who started dancing when she was 8 years old says, “Every performance has a different intent depending on the type of performance and the specific audience.”
Much like other sports, dancers endure grueling rehearsals and demanding training repertoires, experiencing delayed onset muscle soreness as a result. THC is a known vasodilator, enhancing blood flow throughout the body helping muscles to stay oxygenated more efficiently. Like little tongue topicals, cannabis edibles are a great choice for athletes as they can be eaten before a workout and provide sustained effects without re-dosing. In order to avoid sugary treats, some also make infused butter or Coconut Oil at home.
Because of the cannabinoid receptors on the skin, THC creams and lotions can also provide relief at both the surface and deeper muscle levels. When asked how cannabis affects her athletic life, Jenna says, “When I have it on hand, I always use topical creams for muscle soreness.”
Carl Sagan wrote, “The illegality of cannabis is outrageous, an impediment to full utilization of a drug which helps produce the serenity and insight, sensitivity and fellowship so desperately needed in this increasingly mad and dangerous world.”
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