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#WhatsHotNow: Summer Workout with Marika & pheel

Summertime. Summertime. Sum Sum Summertime! What can we say.  We're die-hards for colorful pretty things!  And working out never looked so sexy for the Summer with Marika (www.marika.com) & pheel (www.pheel.com).  'Flaunt' has a new meaning and we also happened to... Continue Reading →

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Beer Spa For Father’s Day

I've been trying to get my Dad to relax for YEARS!  And if your Dad's old school like mine, even the mere thought of going to a spa gives him enough anxiety to induce a battle cry for burgers, basketball,... Continue Reading →

The Floor Is Your Friend: The Model Critic Reviews

Zena Rommett--Floor--Barre Technique--For Teachers ` Reviewed by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic  City Center, NYC, recently hosted a teacher's training program for the Zena Rommett Floor--Barre Technique. Teachers, and those wanting to be certified, came from many places on the globe to review... Continue Reading →

National Flag Ties for the Olympics

The 2012 Olympic games in London are here, and if you are feeling a bit patriotic or just want to get into the spirit of the games, Vineyard Vines has launched a new National Flag Tie Collection.  And of course,... Continue Reading →

Beverly Hills Angels

Looks like the Angels are back together and cooler than ever! Cameron Diaz donned celeb favorite Earnest Sewn Soft Blue jeans while shopping for wedding dresses with gal pal, Drew Barrymore, in Beverly Hills. Heavenly all around.

Jessica Gomes: Sports Illustrated “It Girl”

Gia On The Move recently had the opportunity to interview, 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition stunner and savvy entrepreneur Jessica Gomes Of Chinese and Portuguese decent and from Perth, Australia, Gomes is widely known for gracing the pages of the past 5 consecutive... Continue Reading →

Dance: The Answer to the “Core” Question

Core training has been around long before the word "fitness" arrived at its currently popularity and status. And the word that existed in its olden day form is DANCE. Dancers have long known the built in benefits of not only core training, but as an additional advantage, aerobic, plyometric, flexibility and strength exercises.

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