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Friday, March 29, 2013


Are you ready to hit the beach? How do you feel about getting into your swimsuit? If you still want to make a few changes before slathering on the sunscreen, now is the perfect time to start.
Whether your goal is to start a summer fitness plan, get the bikini body you’ve always dreamed of, or simply to improve your health, you’ll find everything you need right here. Check out this list of workouts, diets, and simple steps to shape up and get healthy this summer.

Make Over Your Diet

If the thought of getting into skimpy summer styles has you running for the hills, you might want to start your summer shape-up plan with a diet makeover.

Build and maintain metabolism-boosting lean muscle by eating more protein. Find out how much you need and how you can get more of it throughout the day.

Going low carb is easier in the summer when delicious fresh fruits and vegetables are plentiful. Use these recipes, tips and suggestions to enjoy a healthy low carb season.

·       Gluten-Free Weight Loss

You've probably heard that many athletes and celebrities have gone gluten-free to lose weight. But is it right for you? Get the skinny on this diet trend.

Summer parties and barbecues can create a diet disaster if you're not careful. Learn how to navigate your summer celebrations without packing on the pounds.

Don't go on a diet without asking yourself these five questions. The answers could save you time and money, and help you find the quickest path to weight loss success.



Easter weekend is ahead and studios are bringing out some bigger guns in an effort to drive big holiday business. Paramount's G.I. Joe: Retaliation gets things started with an early debut on Thursday, March 28. The Host and Temptation follow on Friday.

I will watch two movies this weekend, care to guess which two? Safe to say that I OVER Ms. Perry and her 'movies'. What movie(s) are you going to watch this weekend?

G.I. Joe: Retaliation


- Brand name recognition.
- Dwayne Johnson has become an increasingly reliable box office star thanks to hits like Fast Five and Journey 2.
- Channing Tatum's presence in the film could entice his female audience to come out.
- Opening on Easter weekend should help the film to capitalize on the movie's potential appeal to families (young boys, specifically).
- Flixster user anticipation is fairly strong.


- The 2009 film, The Rise of Cobra, did well in its time but isn't remembered particularly well almost four years later.
- Action fans could easily forego Joe in lieu of last weekend's breakout, Olympus Has Fallen.
- Twitter activity has paled in comparison to The Expendables 2.

The Host


- The book's young adult fan base will probably turn out.
- Advertised as "from Stephanie Meyer, creator of Twilight" could help bring out some Twilight fans in addition.


- The Twilight films appealed to a very focused female audience the size of which won't carry over to The Host.
- Social network buzz has been lukewarm.

Tyler Perry's Temptation


- Tyler Perry's established fan base.
- Previous Perry films have excelled during this time of year, particularly around Easter.


- Perry's non-Madea movies usually perform more modestly than his bigger hits.




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