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to test the new program, according to a report. AFP RELAXNEWS Tracy Anderson / AFP Tracy Anderson “The Method For Beginners” DVD. The trainer has launched a new program just for men. Related Stories Rose McGowan marries artist Davey Detail Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson , famed for sculpting the famous physiques of Gwyneth Paltrow and Molly Sims, has launched a new program just for men. According to Details magazine, the 38-year-old hardbody has already recruited the likes of Matthew McConaughey and Robert Downey Jr. to test the program. RELATED: TRACY ANDERSON: I COULD TRANSFORM LENA DUNHAM The men’s program will include $40 for each class at Anderson’s Los Angeles and New York City studios, beginning October 14. A DVD release will follow in early 2014, plus classes on Xbox Fitness . While Anderson has created a fitness empire with her dance-based technique using light dumbbells, she doesn’t plan to change that too much for the guys. Weights will be about five to ten pounds (roughly three to five kilos), but with enough repetitions to leave you aching. Plus the course will feature “high-intensity, agility-based cardio work” and a “focused core routine that defines the abdominal muscles,” according to a press release.
Shape Yoga by the Sea 2013, currently the largest of its kind, is part of a series of all-women outdoor mass yoga events organised by Shape Singapore, a magazine published by SPH Magazines Pte Ltd. It is the fifth instalment of Singapore’s first women-only mass yoga work-out. This year, the event welcomed a guest instructor from the United States: Tara Stiles, celebrity yoga trainer and Reebok global fitness ambassador. The work-out lasted one and a half hours, with Vivafit instructors leading the first 45 minutes and Tara leading the second half of the session. At the end of the event, all participants received an attractive wellness pack worth $40 each. Li Yuling, Editor of Shape, said: “From the growing participation numbers and positive feedback, Shape Yoga events have been very well received. Yoga is a low-impact work-out that offers both physical and mental benefits. Besides improving flexibility and endurance, studies have shown that yoga can also boost concentration and memory. But these are not the only reasons for the popularity of Shape Yoga events. “For many of us, the company is just as important as the activity itself. Shape Yoga by the Sea gives women the chance to exercise with their friends in a relaxed and unintimidating setting. Team Shape will continue to create more opportunities for women to come together in the name of health and fitness.” Diana Lee, General Manager, Fashion & Beauty, SPH Magazines, said: “Over the past nine years, Shape magazine has played a pivotal role in the women’s fitness movement in Singapore. The growing demand for events such as Shape Yoga by the Sea shows that we are on the right track.
And I said to her, ‘Well, Im gonna have type 2 diabetes. All jokes aside for this next one. Lea Michele gave her first interview since boyfriend and “Glee” co-star Cory Monteith’s death, telling TV Week Australia that she felt like she was in a daze after hearing the news. I really woke up every single day feeling like I was being in some sort of spell or something, that I was lucky enough to have him in my life,” Michele, 27, said. “I feel like what happened with Cory [the cause of his death] was this big, she explained, reportedly holding her fingers together to reflect a tiny amount, “in the scheme of who he was and his life.” See the best photos of the week below: Loading Slideshow Snooki and Cheryl Burke went out and about in West Hollywood, Calif., on Oct. 11. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Sandra Bullock arrived for the premiere of her new film “Gravity” at the 57th BFI London Film Festival on Oct. 10. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Khloe Kardashian supported Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edwards as he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Oct. 10. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 “Grey’s Anatomy” actress Sandra Oh stopped by the ABC studios to appear on “Good Morning America” on Oct. 10 in New York City.