In her latest fitness post, Halle Berry appears to be running while her trainer, Peter Lee Thomas, trails behind, holding on to a band that’s wrapped around her waist.
Of all the wonderful things we think of pairing with wine, exercise isn't among them. Historically, alcohol and exercise have been either/or propositions. Drinking before working out can cause an oxygen shortage, interfere with metabolizing carbs into energy, and prevent muscles from repairing themselves. That's the bad news. RELATED: 15 Under-$16 Wines That'll Make You the Best Holiday Party Guest The good news is that, as it turns out, you can indeed exercise and drink on the same day--and sometimes even in the course of a single yoga class (though for the most part, we'd recommend drinking the wine after you do the workout). In recent years, a slew of health retreats around the country have started recognizing the mindfulness connection between savoring great wine and finding yourself during a restorative workout--and they're exploring interesting ways to celebrate the combination. RELATED: 7 Chic Suitcases Worth Splurging on for Your Next Vacation Here, we find the top hotels and vineyards around the country that combine workouts and wine in a deliciously relaxing setup.
Imagine if we could custom order our body parts according to the best features of the hottest celebrities in the world? I’ll take Ciara’s arms, Jayda Pinkett’s abs, throw in Cameron Diaz’s legs and Khloe K’s glutes and we’ll call it a day. Fat chance – pun not intended! Unfortunately, the reality is that unless you have millions of dollars to spend on plastic surgery, chiseling different parts of the body comes down to a little bit of genetics and a lot of hard work in the gym. For the most part these celebrity bodies don’t happen by luck or by accident. Not only do these ladies put in the time but they also have some of the most renowned trainers and nutritionists on the roster helping them sculpt and tone their figures. But luckily, we have intel on some of the favourite moves of the leading celebrity trainers. In combination with each other, the above exercises provide a star calibre full-body workout that you can do at home. Complete the circuit anywhere from three to five times, taking a small break between each round.All photos via Getty Images