JANUARY 2007 ISSUE OF SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE. THE COVER FEATURES BEYONCE. OTHER ARTICLES FEATURE “9 WAYS TO BECOME HIS GIRLFRIEND”, “PRETTY HAIR IDEAS”, “OVER 1,000 NEW MAKEOVER TIPS”, AND MORE.
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Celebrity-fitness guru Michael George reveals his revolutionary fitness program that will help you lose weight and get in shape in record time. Do you want to melt off the extra pounds before showing up at your high school reunion? Walking down the aisle? Hitting the beach? We all have reasons for wanting to lose weight, but no one wants to spend a lot of time exercising or waiting to see results. That’s why so many celebrities know to call on Michael when they need to drop a dress size for a special event or get fit for an upcoming role. Now, with Body Express Makeover, Michael brings you the same program he uses in Hollywood: a series of 2-in-1 Total Body Workouts, which blend the best of Pilates, yoga, martial arts, strength training, ae
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Behind the scenes at Susan Boyle’s Harper’s Bazaar photo shoot. An Insider’s Look at Fashion Week: www.harpersbazaar.com Latest Fashion: www.harpersbazaar.com Subscribe & Save! subscribe.hearstmags.com -
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Strike a pose! See a different side to our players in this montage of Oriflame makeovers from Tokyo and Doha. Players in the video: Alona Bondarenko, Vera Zvonareva, Elena Dementieva, Jelena Jankovic, Daniela Hantuchova, Caroline Wozniacki, Kim Clijsters, Agnieszka Radwanska, Sam Stosur and Dominika Cibulkova. Also featuring: Jonas Wramell, Oriflame’s global beauty artistic director.
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www.fuzzyyellowballs.com The sixth step of the tennis serve is the racket drop. It’s the first part of your forward swing up to the tennis ball. This video only focuses on what the upper body is doing. From the trophy pose, the tennis racket drops straight down behind your back like it is pointed at the tennis court. Also, the tossing arm drops down (just let gravity do the work). The racket drop is sometimes called “the scratch-back position” because it looks very similar to trying to scratch your back with the tennis racket. For more FREE video tennis lessons on the serve visit www.fuzzyyellowballs.com!
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