Producer Yana Rudkovskaya continues to share with the readers of own account emotions of the journey to Japan. Wife skater Evgeni Plushenko admitted that the inhabitants of the Country of the rising sun, such serious physical exercises that struck her literally dead.
On their official page in social network Instagram Yana Rudkovskaya shared with countless subscribers photo from Japan, which currently is located together with her husband figure skater Yevgeny Plushenko. She said: "now that I have learned from another trip to Japan that heels to take here completely impractical, and likewise my little handbags, shoes and backpacks - this is not what is here said not do."
In addition, Rudkovsky announced that it intends to come to the gym. "Procedures, which I demonstrated the Japanese are really too effective, pressure been sick for 2 day, and this despite the fact that I almost daily shake the press and such things - I have long been missing ... So Japanese exercises struck me down, and I here was to use a specialized tea - detoxifying effect -- 10 days minus 2 kg, while having lunch I , also in Russia!) This mysterious power, Japan, in which live oooooochen good-natured and friendly people, and a whole lot of fun!)"
Notice, not so long ago Rudkovskaya and Plushenko got into an unpleasant situation. Famous Russian figure skater made the remark at a local gym. In Tokyo confused tattooed body of a star, which they asked to immediately close the special bandages, as tattoos in the country are a clear indicator of involvement in criminal Yakuza and this humiliate decent Japanese.
Yana Rudkovskaya told in their own Instagram: "Visited the local gym today, and many have found fascinating that could not know before. Zhenya @plushenkoofficial asked to cover special armband tattoo-so they didn't show it, I thought it concerns exclusively saunas (I knew a long time ago, because I go to Japan already -7 years )and not, in the sports hall-new regulations ! Now, also it is impossible to see your beauty, and to the example of our fully painted artists in the local sports hall would not put!"