Got Facebook or Twitter?Connect your FanBox to Facebook or Twitter & keep
your friends updated with all your activity on FanBox.
It's free and takes less than 10 seconds!
Your post has been published.
Now, create a free Shout-Out to share your blog with thousands of users. It's simple and quick to create.
In recent years she’s become better-known for her very public battle with addiction than for her modelling.
But keen to get back her once famous curves Sophie Anderton has opted for the popular celebrity route of a week at bootcamp.
The 35-year-old looked ready for action as she was put through her paces working on her body that has been kept undercover for the past 3 and a half years during her recovery.
Keeping fit: Sophie Anderton has just spent a week at a bootcamp in North Devon
Spending the past week at REVIVAL boot camp, Sophie has been trained by Royal Marine PTIs at the camp in North Devon.
Taking part in a gruelling 8 hour a day fitness programme including circuit training, hiking, boxing, swimming and mountain biking, Sophie appeared prepared to do everything it takes to be in the best possible shape before she takes part in the 2013 London Marathon, raising funds to support The Childrens Trust.
She tweeted: ‘Off for a 20 mile bike ride an afternoon of boxercise, circuits and swimming! 3 mile run completed! Came in 2nd @revivalbootcamp.’
Focus on Holistic Nutrition
► Add a tablespoon of chia seeds (found at health-food stores) to water to keep you feeling fuller longer. You’re less likely to overeat and sabotage your goals.
► Drink high-alkaline water (like Mountain Valley or Evian) to brighten your complexion, fight inflammation and feel fuller longer.
► Drink one green juice a day to reduce inflammation, which can inhibit weight loss. Becoming widely available at supermarkets, green juice typically includes blends of cucumber, spinach, celery and kale.
► Make a smoothie with oxidant-rich super-foods, like berries and pomegranate. This easy, on-the-go meal will keep your blood sugar from dropping too low, which can lead to over-indulging later in the day.
—Tricia Williams, culinary holistic nutritionist at foodmattersnyc.com.
Never Miss a Workout Again► Treat your workout like a non-negotiable appointment in the wedding planning process. You wouldn’t skip a meeting with your event coordinator to discuss catering,
You ask the question, "What's making me fat?" as you diet year after year, lose weight and gain it back. If permanent weight loss sometimes seems impossible, there might be some surprising reasons why you are having trouble losing weight. The good news is, it’s may not be all your fault! The bad news is that some factors that are difficult to control could cause you to gain weight despite your best efforts.
You might think that the list of 10 things that make you fat would include calorie laden foods like pie, potato chips, chocolate or your morning Danish. While these things definitely are not diet fare, you may be surprised to learn of the innocent seeming things in your daily life that increase your risk of obesity.
Below are some surprising answers to the question, "What's making you fat?"
Eating fattening foods is a bad habit that you can "catch" from your spouse. John Gray, PhD, the recognized expert on relationships and author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus and Venus on Fire, Mars on Ice, says that spouses have a strong influence on each others habits. If your spouse loves rich deserts, gravy and pastries, you could “catch” those fattening habits and gain weight – even though your spouse isn’t fat!
Or you can blame it on your friends! If just one of your friends becomes obese, you are 57% more likely to gain weight, too. If a friend of a friend gains weight, you are still 20% more likely to gain weight. Really, you’re getting second-hand fat!
No, there are no calories in cool air, but one study found that women burned 250 more calories a day in 80° air than they do in 70° air. Sweating may not be as comfortable as relaxing in a cool 70° environment, but it will help you to burn calories. On the same number of calories, a woman in the cooler environment will gain a half pound a week. That’s 26 pounds a year for enjoying your temperature controlled environment!
Poor posture is the most common reason many people will complain about neck pain during their lifetime. Luckily, several lifestyle habits that cause neck pain can be reversed. Most typically experience pain in the back of the neck where the postural muscles are located. Trapezius, splenius capitis, erector spinae, and the suboccipital group are a few of the muscles continuously working to hold the head upright. These postural muscles become tight, tense, and overworked when the head is too far forward.
When muscles are continuously contracted and overstretched they become depleted of water and nutrients usually creating trigger points. Tension headaches are the result of trigger points in the upper trapezius muscle that refer pain to the temples. When the head is too far forward, the ear is in front of the shoulder, the muscles in the front of the neck such as the scalenes and sternocleidomastoid are shortened pulling the head forward. Those who treat themselves at home with a sports cream or a hot or cold pack usually don't think about the front of the neck. Unfortunately some massage therapists may overlook these muscles as well. Assessing one's lifestyle and habits, especially when a considerable amount of time is involved performing a given task, can help alleviate the potential causes of neck pain.
There might be nothing worse than being cooped up in the house with sick kids. Except for maybe one thing. Witnessing parents who disrespectfully break the number one parental rule of responsibility by bringing their snot nosed, infectious kids out in public or sending them to school with a fever so that they can pass on their illness to the rest of the otherwise healthy world!
Seriously folks! If your child is running a fever, has lice, is suffering with pink-eye, has been vomiting or experiencing explosive diarrhea – giving them an over the counter symptom masking medication and sending them off to school or taking them out to be with others is downright rude! And irresponsible. And truth be told, it seriously is the easiest way to irk other parents and become a victim of their judgment. By all means, please have some courtesy for others and keep your kids home if they are sick.The best rule of thumb to follow, is if you have any doubt that your child is not feeling well, or that they might be infectious, or that they might not be ready to go back into mainstream society without risking the health of others – you should keep them home an extra day. This is true even if it means taking a day off from
You are now following this blog.
Adult content and certain language are not permitted in premium blog posts.
Why? In order to fulfill our objective of helping you earn money, we have to abide by mobile carrier regulations.
In order to publish this post, please remove all offensive language and adult references, by modifying any yellow highlighted text. We apologize if our automated system flagged something it really shouldn’t have.