|HOW ABOUT A LITTLE MALE THINSPIRATION..
Mr. September, Chippendale Ben Bilic.
Chippendales.com's Bosnian dancer is the newest member of the Chips family to be Chippendale of the
Month, and following in the footsteps of many greats, Bilic is bringin' the heat up in here!
In a recent interview, beautiful Ben was asked to name something about women that he just doesn't
understand. His response? "I really don't understand why women spend so much money on shoes." He must
During this Labor Day weekend, if you find yourself complaining about the heat, blame... Click here to meet
all the men of Chippendale's.... Yummy.
Click here to go the Male Thinsiration Page
|JENNIFER LOPEZ IS STILL ROCKING THE SCENE..
Jennifer has not been in the eye of the tabloids lately. Maybe it is because she is not supe skinny.
But, Jenn from the Bronx has a new video that is sure to give her ass a boost.
The picture to left is from her "Do It Well" video shoot which was directed by David LaChapelle. Is
it going to be funny? Anyway, it seems that Jlo hasn't changed her style much. Which I guess is good
for the fans. Jennifer Lopez is developing a TV series about five Miami teens who run a
Quinceanera party-planning business. The show is called ‘The Amigas Sweet 15 Club’. She hopes
the show will help showcase new Latina musical talent and launch the careers of budding young
artists. On other Jennifer Lopez news her and Anthony are Trying for a Baby..but is leaving it to
God to decide when she will conceive.
Lopez, 38, tells Grazia magazine, "I can't wait to have a baby. I'm ready and so is Marc. We're
waiting for it to happen but I guess it will happen when God wants it." Click here to go to Jlo's index
|SIENNA MILLER IS A REAL PARTY GIRL....
Sienna Miller and Rhys Ifans maintain that they are not romantically involved, though these
photos prove that they are alcoholically involved and, soon, will be pukingly involved, which is
never good while romantically involved. That usually leads to being awkwardly involved and
being-asked-to-leave involved. FOR SIENNA MILLER THINSPO CLICK HERE.
|BOUNCE UM LIKE BECKHAM...
David Beckham will miss the rest of the Major League Soccer season after injuring his knee this week.
But, Victoria Beckham will be appearing on the ABC hit, Ugly Betty, later this year.
In a role that requires giant bouncey boobs, trashy clothing and no acting talent, Posh Spice will portray
herself, as she’ll appear as a celebrity bridesmaid at the wedding of Wilhelmina Slater (Vanessa
Williams) and publisher Bradford Meade (Alan Dale) in an upcoming episode. You know you will be
watching.. FOR MORE BECKHAM THINSPO CLICK HERE.
|Lauren Conrad The Hills are alive with the sound of music... blah blah.. click here to see more photos of
Lauren running on the beach and having fun, but it is not just about Lauren even though she thinks it is...
there are more pics. Audrina Patridge and Whitney they all strip down to theier bikinis and make a big
splash at the Polaroid Beach House in Malibu. Brody Jenner joined in later on in the day.... Lauren's fall line
will be in the stores in two weeks, Sept. 15. it will be sold on line. ShopLaurenconrad.com and in small
boutiques around towns.
|20 WAYS TO BURN 100 CALORIES...
1. Vacuuming -- 25 minutes of vacuuming around your home will burn just about 100 calories.
2. Gardening -- Like to garden? It’s the digging and raking that will reap the most fitness benefits. These are the bigger calorie burners when it
comes to gardening. In fact, you can burn up to 100 in just 15 minutes with these movements.
3. Walking -- The easiest and one of the most natural movements known to human beings is walking. Fifteen minutes of brisk walking will
burn approximately 100 calories. A brisk daily walk at lunchtime or after work will make a difference.
4. Jogging in Place -- Need a quick pick-me-up before work? Jog in place for 12 minutes and burn a little more than 100 calories.
5. Dancing -- 20 minutes of dancing at a moderate pace will burn 100 calories. C’mon, you know you love to do it, so have some fun with it.
6. Ironing Clothes -- If you have to do it for the whole family, you might as well know the calories you’re burning. -- Just a bit more than 100
calories in 25 minutes.
7. Badminton -- A casual, noncompetitive, 20-minute game of badminton will get you to the mark, and it’s a lot of fun.
8. Housework -- Doing vigorous housework for 20 minutes will burn a little over more than 100 calories. You have to do it, so why not make it
9. Volleyball -- 12 minutes of volleyball is all it takes to reach our magic number. Not a bad way to burn some calories while on the beach.
10. Biking -- How about a light bike ride in the summer? A light intensity of approximately 10 mph will burn a little more than 100 calories.
11. Golfing -- Just 20 minutes of golf will burn 100 calories.
12. Swimming -- I’m not referring to swimming laps or training for the Olympics. Just a 15-minute leisurely swim will get us to our goal.
13. High-Impact Aerobics -- You might wonder why I would include this. It’s not like you’re going to aerobic class for 10 minutes. However, if
you’re pressed for time or working long hours, invest in a fun aerobic video tape and use it for 10 minutes (after a warm-up) each day. That’s
close to 120 calories in just 10 minutes.
14. Car Waxing -- Forget the car wash -- do it yourself on a hot summer day. Just 20 minutes of waxing your car will burn a little more than 100
15. Frisbee -- A fun, 30-minute Frisbee toss with your kids or friends will burn up your needed calories, and it’s a bit more pleasurable than a
boring jaunt on the treadmill.
16. Take the Stairs -- If you work in an office building, take the stairs instead of the elevator. Approximately 20 minutes will burn just over 100
calories. You don’t have to do it all at one time. Just make sure to spread it out during the day.
17. Pushing Baby Stroller -- Pushing a stroller burns approximately 60 calories in 20 minutes. No problem -- two nice and easy, 20-minute
strolls per day will get the job done without even breaking a sweat.
18. Mowing the Lawn (self-propelled mower) -- 25 minutes and you’ve burned about 100 calories. Just like cleaning, it needs to be done, so put a
little "oomph" into it.
19. Painting -- Need to paint a room in your home or apartment? You can burn approximately 100 calories with 20 minutes of painting. Plus,
you get a better- looking room at the same time.
20. Weight Training -- 15 minutes of vigorous weight training will burn approximately 100 calories. You don’t have to work out forever; just
three 15-20 minute sessions per week will keep your bones strong, muscles tight, and you’ll burn calories after your workout.
|Do A Weekend Fasting Program... You should Start to Plan it Now...
With a Holdiday weekend coming up, it is time to start your pre-fast. If you are fasting for the
weekend nobody can make you eat! I recommend fasting for wellness four times per year,
typically with the change of the seasons, which provides an opportunity to work within a natural
cycle of the universe as the seasons change and different energies are released and expressed.
In our journey to healthy living, we sometimes go through many rituals and programs to find a
path that suits our lifestyle and energy and that works for us. But surprisingly, maintaining
good health can be much easier than one may expect. The distractions of the wide selection of
commercial food products, environmental impacts, emotional stress, and other forces all shape
the way in which we take in and eliminate substances from our body. When we begin to view our
body as the physical representation of our mental and spiritual being, the integration and
assimilation of all the elements that we take in becomes more important. The simple solution is
to make the time to allow the body to cleanse, replenish and heal. A structured approach to a
seven-day “time-out” through fasting that will allow you to do this cleansing, replenishing, and
healing and to renew and recharge yourself. During a fast, the natural process of toxin excretion
continues while the influx of toxins is reduced. The energy usually used for digestion is
redirected to immune function, cell growth, and eliminatory processes. Physical awareness and
sensitivity to diet and surroundings are also increased. As a result of the many positive fasting
effects, your body can heal with greater speed. Fasting will cleanse your liver, kidneys, and
colon, purify your blood, help you lose excess weight and water, flush out toxins, and help clear
the eyes, tongue, and breath. The body is in a more relaxed and focused state and is better
prepared to release stored-up toxins. The health benefits of this process are rewarding, along
with the opportunity for the body to recover from overindulgent and harmful eating patterns.A
three-day fast helps rid the body of toxins and cleanse the blood. A five-day fast begins the
process of healing and rebuilding the immune system. Longer fasts may take care of many
problems before they arise and help fight off illness, including degenerative diseases. Fasts for
more than seven days should be supervised. Remember, it may have taken years to wear your
body down, and it will take time to build it back up to its peak condition. Click here for Fasting
Facts. Click here for more fasting info.
Why do they run? It’s painful, tedious, and exhausting. So, why do so many Americans do it? People run for
many reasons. Most often, people run to stay in shape and to reach an ideal body weight and stay there.
Studies show that a combination of diet and exercise is the most effective way to lose weight, as it triggers a loss
of body fat and a proportional increase of lean tissue. Running, a rigorous cardiovascular exercise, allows a
person to burn an average of 100 calories per each mile he or she runs. Other popular activities, such as biking
and walking, only burn a fraction of those calories in the same amount of time. While the average human being
burns about 2000-2500 calories a day by simply existing, running 5 miles a day can burn an additional 500
calories, making it a legitimate way to lose weight.
Furthermore, running is an easily accessible activity-- with a decent pair of sneakers and some determination,
anyone can run.
Surprisingly, how fast a person runs has little effect on the number of calories he or she will burn. The most
important factor is weight. For example, a 220-pound person running an eight-minute mile burns 150 calories,
while a 120-pound person running at the same pace burns only 82. Every person’s body requires an excess of
3500 calories in order to gain a pound or a deficit of 3500 calories in order to lose a pound. Thus, 180-pound
person who runs 5 miles each day will lose about 5 pounds a month. However, as his or her weight goes down,
he or she will burn fewer calories per mile.
Eventually, a runner’s weight will stabilize. When this will happen depends on how much the runner eats and
how far he or she runs. Most runners lose weight effortlessly at first, but eventually, their weight stops
declining and reaches a plateau. In order to continue to lose weight, some serious runners will intensify their
workouts, as extra weight will only
slow them down. Otherwise, recreational runners can maintain their lower body weight by continuing to run
consistently. To keep reading and to see runner thinspo click here.