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    AN AVID gym goer revealed an unexpected step in her strength and conditioning process. TikTok user Stella stripped down to a bikini in the winter snow before jumping into a lake. 4TikTok user Stella showed her followers how she pushes her limits during the winterCredit: TikTok/stellalovestolift 4The gym fanatic uses a unique method for strength and conditioningCredit: TikTok/stellalovestolift "I like to go beyond my limits," Stella explained in the caption of her video. The fitness fanatic showed off her impressive physique after removing her many layers of winter clothing. Stella's toned midriff and muscular arms were on display as she modeled an "itty bitty" black bikini. The influencer made her way across the snow-covered shore in a pair of swim socks. Read More in LifestyleFULLY GROWN I’m a fit gym girl - trolls ask me why I flex like a man, they're just jealousFITNESS I’m a gym girl, my hips are invisible from the front, fans love when I turn around She then waded into the lake before submerging herself up to her shoulders. TikTok users can hear Stella's loud...
    ONE risque woman revealed her "under the sea" outfit. TikTok star Yuka Jiali claimed she looks better in a swimsuit and teased viewers with a "bikini bottom" showing. 2TikTok star Yuka claimed people think she looks better in a bikiniCredit: TikTok/yourintern3tgirlfriend Yuka posted a video that exposed the look people think is more attractive to her. But viewers noticed something a little fishy about the reveal and wanted more. The popular TikToker stood in her living room in a conservative ensemble. First, she wore a long-sleeve white top with baggy gray cargo pants. READ MORE BIKINI RATINGSSHOW OFF I go from a 5 to a 10 in a bikini – people say my big reveal makes me a 1,000/10COMFY BIKINI I go from a 5 to a 10 in a bikini - people say I’m ‘beautiful’ in my reveal "People said I go from a three to a 10 when I wear a bikini," Yuka proclaimed. She put her hands in her pockets and twisted as viewers watched in anticipation. Suddenly, the background...
    A GORGEOUS TikToker's revelation about her gym visits is sure to win wide appeal. Giselle Valles' video platform has nearly 340k followers, and her latest post will have many smiling when they next visit the bench press. 2TikToker Giselle loves wearing revealing clothes to the gymCredit: TikTok 2Visits to the gym are an important part of Giselle's social lifeCredit: TikTok Gym membership is about getting fit and hopefully achieving a six-pack to be proud of. Giselle is a regular for workouts and posts about them on her TikTok page. For many people, Giselle included, the gym has become the main focus in their lives. In one of her videos, Giselle looks great in her sports bra, trackies, and waist-length hair. Read more about gym girlsSQUAT DO I CARE? I'm a hot fitness girl - I get dress-coded by gym-goers over leggingsLOVE YOUR BELLY I'm a gym girl but even I have belly rolls, don't feel ashamed She speaks into a mirror, using a voice narration: "Wearing my most revealing outfits to the gym 'cause it's the only place I...
    WE all want to feel our best and most confident selves when out and about. And for one fitness bunny it means curling her thick hair before hitting the gym and putting on make-up. 2Rather than putting her locks in a ponytail, this woman will opt for glam curlsCredit: Tiktok/@alondrarubyyy 2Whilst some were baffled, others claimed they do the same - and it makes them feel goodCredit: Tiktok/@alondrarubyyy Whilst many will simply put their locks in a quick ponytail, 22-year-old TikTok user Ruby (@alondrarubyyy) will opt for a more glam look - voluptuous curls. The gym lover shared the heatless curl routine on TikTok, where she claimed it takes her just five minutes. Contrary to what many might assume, the 22-year-old, from the US, insisted she doesn't ruin the locks with sweat whilst working out. But although Ruby claimed her sessions are still effective, people on social media were baffled at the hairdo of choice. For many, sporting curls at the gym was simply far too much - they reckoned that it looked like as if she was heading to...
    A PAIR of friends shared the typical reaction that they get from people at their gym. Sarah and Kylie, who share the TikTok page @skstrength, often feel judged for their gym outfits, but they still wear what they want and encourage other women to do the same. 5Sarah (left) and Kylie (right) posed in a Planet Fitness parking lotCredit: TikTok/skstrength In one TIkTok video, the duo recorded themselves leaving the gym in their revealing workout sets. Text in the video read: “Leaving our local Planet Fitness knowing how much judgement we got for our gym outfits.” First, Sarah was seen walking out of the locker room and throwing her duffle bag over her shoulder. She wore a pale blue sports bra and bright blue high-waisted spandex shorts. Read more on gym outfitsGYM SKIN People are offended by my ‘revealing’ gym outfit but I’d rather die than changeBODY GOALS I know I hit my dream gym body because my covered-up outfits look inappropriate Then Kylie walked out of the gym's front doors wearing a black tank top style sports bra and...
    LONG work days warrant stress-free time at home, and some professionals prefer to change out of their constricting office outfits right away. An exhausted teacher claimed her out-of-school look makes her look better than those in the classroom. 2Silvia says people think she looks like a 10 in her out-of-work outfitCredit: TikTok/@silviaslesson 21-year-old Silvia is an aspiring educator and constant creator on what she calls "teachertok." The graduate student likes to make short videos featuring her lesson plans, classroom outfits, and at-home style. In a recent video, she highlighted one of her preferred outfits, and viewers were in awe. Her caption reads: "I heard I go from a 5 to 10 in my after-work outfit." READ MORE REAL LIFELEVEL UP I’m a fit gym girl - people say I go from a 5 to a 10 in a bikiniSTOCKING SHOCKER Some say I go from a 5 to a 10 in a bikini – others prefer my thigh-highs As she's standing in front of the mirror, Silvia is wearing a black bodycon dress. ...
    A TEXAS-based nanny revealed that she was dress-coded at the gym, more than once. TikTok user Adriana Rosie shared an example of her workout attire that led to her being written up by gym staff. 3TikTok user Adriana Rosie shared her experience being dress coded multiple times at her gymCredit: TikTok/nonjewishnanny "When you’ve been to this gym three times and this is your third time getting dress coded," Adriana wrote in her video. She added: "I’m out of options here, this is as modest as I get." The TikToker modeled one of her offending outfits for her viewers, which consisted of a gray tank top and black shorts. Adriana explained that the dress code violations related to her lack of a sports bra, the length of her shorts, and the crisscross straps on her tank top. Read More in LifestyleTAKING THE MICKEY I'm a mom & got dress coded at Disneyland - others say I should've knownGYM CODE I got dress coded at the gym for my top, people say I should switch clubs In a follow up video,...
    A SCOTS porn star has told how she's so hot that she can't even go to the gym for a workout without someone trying to pick her up. Skyler McKay, 33, is one of the UK's biggest names in adult entertainment so she's used to being the centre of attention most places she goes. 2Skyler gets chatted up in the gym 2She views approaches as a compliment But she didn't expect that strangers would hit on her after exercising in her local gym in London where she now lives. The X-rated model, from Livingston, says: "I even get hit on by the women in the female changing rooms at my gym. "It’s normally when I’m naked at the end of my workout, post steam room in the female changing area. "If I was in my workout gear then that would be okay. READ MORE IN FABULOUS'I'M A FLIRT' I'm so hot I can't walk down the street without men hitting on me, I love it "I feel a bit vulnerable when I’m naked and applying lotion though. "I take it...
    In the end, Tom Brady's retirement lasted just 40 days.  On February 1, the most prestigious name in the NFL called time on his career after a period of reflection following Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat by Los Angeles Rams. 'I have always believed the sport of football is an 'all-in' proposition - if a 100 percent competitive commitment isn't there, you won't succeed, and success is what I love so much about our game,' Brady wrote on his Instagram. 'This is difficult for me to write, but here it goes: I am not going to make that competitive commitment anymore.' But then on March 13, he unretired with the swagger that has made him the greatest player in the game.  'These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,' he wrote. 'That time will come. But it’s not now.  'I love my teammates, and I love my supportive family. They make it all possible. I’m coming back for my 23rd season in Tampa. Unfinished business LFG (let's f***ing go).' Tom Brady...
    IT might be the biggest cruise ship in the world but, when it comes to the crew cabins, they're anything but roomy. Kayleigh works on Royal Caribbean's Wonder of the Seas, and documents her life on board on her TikTok page. 5Kayleigh lives and works on the world's biggest cruise ship - the Wonder of the Seas - but her cabin is tinyCredit: TikTok/ kayleigh_georgina 5The bathrooms in the cabins are so tiny that she can shower, brush her teeth and use the loo at the same timeCredit: TikTok/ kayleigh_georgina 5Kayleigh and her roommate sleep in bunk beds inside the cabinCredit: TikTok/ kayleigh_georgina She recently shared a video tour of her tiny cabin, which she shares with another employee, and admitted that while the bathroom is very small, there's one benefit. "The best thing about the bathrooms is you can brush your teeth, shave your legs, have a shower and have a wee, all at the same time," she joked, turning the camera around to show the toilet, shower and small mirror. "It's very teeny, but...
    A WOMAN who is constantly trolled for being ‘fat’ says she’ll never go to the gym because her 23st frame is ‘sexy’. Former beauty consultant, Olivia Messina, 27, from Toronto, Canada, loves showing off her size 22 body in skimpy clothes and promoting body positivity. 5Olivia Messina has spoken out about being proud to be plus sizeCredit: Olivia Messina But while the plus size advocate receives plenty of praise, she is criticised in equal measure by bullies who say she’s risking early death and promoting obesity. Here Olivia tells Fabulous why she’s proud to be plus size, and explains why being bigger makes her MORE successful… Olivia says: “Jumping into my car I was aware of my phone beeping incessantly. Grabbing it from my bag I was shocked.  READ MORE ON HEALTHRUN FOR DEBS The Sun on Sunday challenges YOU to get running in honour of Dame DebsBIG BELLY BLUES I'm an expert and these are the 4 signs your bloating is not normal A cheeky video I’d uploaded to TikTok a couple of hours earlier was racking up hundreds of...
    A WOMAN has revealed the body-shaming comments she's heard from blokes, with one even suggesting she worked out more. With more than a billion active monthly users, TikTok has become the home to what feels like a never-ending stream of viral trends. 4Olivia's video has been liked by almost 40,000 people on the social media giantCredit: nilssonolivias/Tik Tok 4Some believed that it was the men's insecurity speakingCredit: nilssonolivias/Tik Tok Amongst them is the so-called ''passport challenge'', which gives you an instant face lift in minutes, the Point of View (POV) trend where one bottle girl explained what it's like working in a posh club, and now the Kyle and Jackieo. Here, social media users dance to the now-popular tune whilst revealing the different types of comments they've heard about their appearance, dating and other areas of life. The trend has taken the platform by storm, with over 17,000 videos, amongst of which was one by Olivia Nilsson, a Swedish stunner. In a clip, which has gone viral, racking up more than 500,000 views in just three days, the woman blasted...
    Right now, the gym isn't exactly the place a lot of us want to be. Whether gyms are open in your state or not, it's never a bad thing to look for options to bringing the gym to your home. The BodyBoss, a complete home gym that you can stow away without much thought, is your answer. Today only, it’s on sale for $97 on Amazon. This thing may look complicated, but everything you need for a full-body workout is included and at an arm’s reach. Connect any of the accompanying resistance bands and get your reps in without needing to leave your home. The BodyBoss conveniently packs up into itself to be easily stored under a couch or bed, in a closet, or wherever else you have room.  With all of the bands, bars, and straps, you can do over 300 different exercises that you can tailor to your specific needs. If you want to workout at home without diving into the world of weights or kettlebells, the BodyBoss is your answer. BodyBoss 2.0 Originally $179-$250Buy at Amazon$130Free...
    Intimate health specialists have revealed the secret to maintaining a healthy vagina could be down to your underwear choice.  British cosmetic doctor Dr Shirin Lakhani of Elite Aesthetics  told FEMAIL it is vital to change undergarments every 12 months because the material comes into such close contact with intimate parts of your body.  The specialist said there is some research suggesting a washing machine won't always clean all of the bacteria such as E.coli off of the underwear, adding: 'It is 'both the healthy naturally-occurring bacteria that we all have, as well as more sinister bacteria that can be a result of infections such as thrush and STIs.' Meanwhile  Stephanie Taylor, who is an intimate health expert and managing director of a pelvic healthcare company Kegel8,  revealed some women should opt to go commando while sleeping or exercising in order to maintain a healthy vagina.  Here, they reveal how underwear can impact your health - and what steps need to be taken to ensure your pants remain healthy... RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Is YOUR body warning...
    DWAYNE 'The Rock' Johnson is so dedicated to his training regime he sacrificed watching Khabib Nurmagomedov's historic win. The undefeated lightweight king called time on his UFC career last night after his submission win over Justin Gaethje. 3Nurmagomedov forced Gaethje to submit following a triangle chokeCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3The Russian announced his retirement at the end of the fightCredit: Getty Images - Getty Nurmagomedov forced Gaethje to submit following a triangle choke in the second round in a brutal display on Fight Island. But WWE legend Johnson, 48, missed all the action in order to work on those pecks. He tweeted: "Gotta crush this training session now but Ufc 254 just started. 2pm fights threw me off dammit “Best of luck to all the fighters and put on a great show! Training comes first.. checking my phone for updates.” And he missed a cracker as Khabib cemented his reputation as one of the world's best. After the emotional win, the 29-0 superstar said: “Today, I want to say this is my last fight. “When UFC called me about Justin, I...
    At one point John Mills and his wife, Erica, were members at three different gyms, where John could lift weights and Erica could take indoor cycling classes. Still, something about the ads he kept seeing for Peloton intrigued John, a 50-year-old software architect in Bloomfield, Connecticut. So in October 2016, he took the plunge and bought Erica a Peloton bike. They converted a kids’ playroom–their children are now grown—into a makeshift home gym. Mills quickly figured out how to cast Peloton classes from the bike’s tablet to the playroom’s giant projector screen, using a native Android streaming option. When Peloton started selling an expensive treadmill in 2018, the Mills bought one of those too. And in late 2019, they splurged on a second bike. So when Covid-19 forced millions of people into shutdown in early March, the Mills were well ahead of the home gym trend. They canceled their gym memberships. The only logical thing to do was to keep building, Mills figured. He started looking into new flooring for the playroom, purchased weights, and preordered a $4,295 Yves Behar-designed...
    A man weight lifts in a mask at a reopened gym in Beijing. Fred Lee/Getty Images As gyms in major metro areas like New York City have reopened, people are weighing whether it's worth going back.  Research suggests that people may be able to resume gym workouts with limited risks.  The only published study on indoor exercise classes found more coronavirus infections connected to aerobic group workouts than a yoga class. Wearing a mask, maintaining good hygiene, social distancing, and proper ventilation are important. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After nearly 6 months, indoor gyms in New York City are finally permitted to reopen, with strict safety precautions in place, and limited capacity.  While states like Oklahoma, Texas, Georgia and Florida reopened gyms months ago, some of the hardest-hit metro areas like New York City have postponed a return to business until now, as new case numbers have finally dropped to record lows.  But many people are still undecided about whether to venture back into the world for a workout, or cancel their gym memberships for...
    Saturday, Fox News Channel’s Jeanine Pirro opened her program by laying out the importance of the November election and contrasting the two presidential tickets. According to Pirro, much of what has occurred in the last few months could be the norm if Americans opt to elect for Vice President Joe Biden as president. Transcript as follows: PIRRO: You’re being conned. The biggest fallacy in America today just might surprise you. The truth is the divide in this country is not about right versus wrong or law and order versus chaos. Quite simply, fundamentally, it’s about the left versus the right. You know, there was that moment after the killing of George Floyd when all Americans came together and said never again, but legitimate and constitutionally protected protests in support of black lives were hijacked by left-wing progressives determined to create chaos and ultimately take down America as we know it. Almost immediately, they pounced. The police are racist. There’s systemic racism in their departments, which need to be defunded, destroyed, burnt down or reimagined if you will. They burned down...
    Is it safe to go to the gym during the coronavirus pandemic? It depends on where you live and the precautions you and the gym take. If cases of COVID-19 are poorly controlled where you live, experts say it’s best to stay away. But if you live in an area where the spread is being contained, there are ways to minimize risk when going for a workout. To ensure everyone stays at least 6 feet apart, gyms should take steps such as moving machines, blocking off areas and limiting the number of people allowed inside, says Dr. Marybeth Sexton, an assistant professor of infectious diseases at Emory University. Avoiding the locker room, bringing your own water bottle and using hand sanitizer also helps reduce risk, Sexton says. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also suggests checking in online, rather than in person, and seeking activities that are outdoors instead of indoors when possible. Gym staff should be cleaning exercise machines between uses and regularly wiping down other frequently touched areas with products that kill viruses. And experts...
    By The Associated Press Is it safe to go to the gym during the coronavirus pandemic? It depends on where you live and the precautions you and the gym take. If cases of COVID-19 are poorly controlled where you live, experts say it’s best to stay away. But if you live in an area where the spread is being contained, there are ways to minimize risk when going for a workout. To ensure everyone stays at least 6 feet apart, gyms should take steps such as moving machines, blocking off areas and limiting the number of people allowed inside, says Dr. Marybeth Sexton, an assistant professor of infectious diseases at Emory University. Avoiding the locker room, bringing your own water bottle and using hand sanitizer also helps reduce risk, Sexton says. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also suggests checking in online, rather than in person, and seeking activities that are outdoors instead of indoors when possible. Gym staff should be cleaning exercise machines between uses and regularly wiping down other frequently touched areas with products that kill...
    Coronavirus — How to prevent coronavirus in gyms 1:34 (CNN Spanish) – If you are one of those who missed going to the gym during quarantine and social isolation, this episode is for you. In this chapter, Dr. Elmer Huerta discusses a study conducted in Oslo, Norway, on whether or not it is safe to return to gyms during the coronavirus pandemic. You can listen to this episode on Spotify or your favorite podcast platform or read the transcript below. LOOK: The virtual gym that went viral in times of coronavirus Hello, I am Dr. Elmer Huerta and this is your daily dose of information about the new coronavirus, information that we hope will be useful to take care of your health and that of your family. As many countries begin to relax their measures of social isolation, today we will see how safe it is to go to a gym. Without a doubt, one of the activities that many people miss – both for reasons of body and mental health – is physical activity in gyms, establishments...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org. I miss my gym. It’s been three months, three weeks and two days since I took my last interval training class — not that I’m counting. And I’m a little dubious about going back. I’m 59, in fairly good shape and a longtime member of the Good Samaritan Hospital’s Wellness Center in suburban Chicago. Before COVID-19 forced the facility to temporarily close in mid-March, I worked out there four or five times a week. I took yoga, Tabata (high-intensity interval training) and other interval training classes. But since then, my fitness regimen has been reduced to walks around my neighborhood and an occasional online strength class. Anxiety about returning to the gym So, imagine my joy when Illinois announced gyms in my region could reopen in early July. Finally! But my excitement has been tempered with a dose of anxiety. Is it really wise to go back to the gym when you’re over 50 and the coronavirus is still infecting thousands of Americans? Are the rewards of working out at the gym worth the risk of...
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