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Biggest Loser trainer Dolvett Quince knows a thing or two about weight loss. Eve Torres, after spending years in the wrestling ring, knows a thing or two about training. We sat down with these two and asked for their best advice on losing weight and living healthy. Get some great tips when you watch the video.
She's a power lifter in the weight room. She's a makeup junkie who favors MAC. And she's the fastest woman in the world right now. Meet sprinter Carmelita Jeter. She’ll be running for gold in the 100m sprint — preliminary heats start Aug. 3 with the finals held the following day.
We definitely believe Carmelita is one to keep track of during the Games. Before she headed to London, we were lucky to hang out with her for a day, watch her train, and discuss her Olympic dreams. We're looking forward to watching her compete. Go Carmelita!
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If you're planning on surfing this Summer, there are ways to strengthen the muscles you'll need to paddle, maintain balance, and carve through waves before you even hit the beach. We caught up with Roxy pro surfers Jen Smith and Amy Murphree at the recent Roxy and Neutrogena Choose Skin Health Campaign surf camp to learn how they stay in world-class athletic shape. Here are Jen and Amy's tips on the sport-specific exercises that can help first-time surfers and experts alike be more successful — and have more fun! — on their boards:
- Yoga: Amy recommends regularly doing yoga to strengthen and lengthen your body, especially because flexibility helps ward off some of the muscle strain and soreness that wipeouts can cause. "I do Yoga For Surfers videos. It's Peggy Hall, it's one, two, and three, and the first one is basic; it's really easy, really entry level and good. The second one is definitely more challenging, but once you do it a few times it's easy, and the third one is really hard."
Read on for more tips from Amy and Jen.