Wednesday, March 1, 2017

This Hot Momma Offers No Excuses

Hot Momma
Australian fitness trainer and mom-of-two Tammy Hembrow bounced back to having a flat tummy just weeks after giving birth to her second child, but she recently shared a photo that shows that her stomach isn't perfect — and she's totally fine with that.

Last 18 February, Hembrow posted a mirror selfie on Instagram that shows her holding her baby while wearing a crop top and gray leggings. In the photo, her daughter’s foot is pressing into her stomach, making her loose skin visible.

"Proud of my mama bod and my loose skin," she captioned the photo, adding the hashtag "#6monthspostpartum."

Hembrow credits her toned post-baby body to staying healthy throughout her pregnancy.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Gamer Playing For 24 Hrs. For Charity Dies

A Virginia man who died at home while playing a 24-hour video game marathon was part of an online livestreaming community where members sometimes go to extremes to build their audiences, experts say.

Brian Vigneault, 35, had spent about 22 hours playing the online wargame "World of Tanks" on the streaming platform He told followers watching him play the game that he was raising money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

After he stood up from his computer to take a smoke break. The father of three who played under the name PoShYbRiD never appeared on screen again.

"He was in rough shape," said Jessica Gebauer, 29, a friend of Vigneault's and fellow streamer who lives in Humboldt in Canada's Saskatchewan province.

"I watched him until about half an hour before he said he'd be right back," she said. "He just looked really, really tired. We were telling him, 'Go to sleep. The stream can wait.'"

Sunday, February 26, 2017

"Teaspoon Diet" Transformed A Fat Girl Into a Sexy Model

Being Fat is Not OK
Being fat all through one's life is nothing to be proud of. Despite the misguided campaign of the left to convince the public that being fat is acceptable, well, it is not. Being fat leads to obesity and all kind of health problems. But there is a solution.

Mathilde Broberg, 21, from Aarhus, Denmark, once tipped the scale at 266 pounds and had a body mass index that pushed her into the morbidly obese category.

The svelte Danish stunner now models and works as a physical trainer after she shed her extra weight by cutting out junk and measuring her portions with a teaspoon.

"Before, I would buy all the things you dream of like chips, chocolate, cake, noodles and lots of junk food between meals," Broberg told Caters, adding that she was an over-eater until the age of 16.

She finally decided to change her eating habits, a teaspoon at a time, after spotting an unflattering photo of herself in a school play.

"After seeing a picture from our school production, I realized how big and knew there was no way I could go to college looking how I did, I knew it would be a living nightmare," Broberg told Caters.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Nintendo Just Refreshed Account IDs

Nintendo Refreshed
Nintendo has just refreshed its account system's landing page this week by adding a new functionality to prepare for a possible Switch’s launch on 3 March 2017. the refresh includes the introduction of the Nintendo Account ID, yet another username that Nintendo fans need to go set up and link to their systems.

The Nintendo Account ID is different from the Nintendo Network ID, a similar but separate account name used on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. To choose a Nintendo Account User ID, users need to log into the Nintendo Account website, where User ID is now included under the User Info section.

From there, assigning an ID is easy, although like any username service, there are no duplicate IDs allowed. That means that obvious choices like Mario and Nintendo are long gone, but so are slightly more atypical IDs like Allegra. (I’m coming for you, whoever you are.)

The good news is that it looks as though User IDs aren’t set in stone. All it takes is composing an original string of at least six characters.

Friday, February 24, 2017

Sexy and Hot Kate Upton Promotes Her Third SI Cover

Kate Upton
For the third time, model and actress Kate Upton is the cover star of Sports Illustrated's annual Swimsuit edition. The 24-year-old, who rose to fame through her debut for the magazine in 2011, followed by 2012 and 2013 cover appearances, express her appreciation by revealing her latest cover photo looks.

Upton posted an image of the three racy and super-hot shots, expressing in the caption her appreciation at being picked to front the 2017 edition. "Wow, I feel so honored and excited to be back with Sports Illustrate" she wrote. "Thank you @si_swimsuit and @mj_day for inviting me to be part of an issue that features and celebrates beauty and confidence in some very admirable and shape and forgettable sizes #siswim17 #grateful."

In true SI Swimsuit fashion, the model is seen posing topless in two photos — decked out in jewelry in one, sporting a barely-there swimsuit in the other — while wearing an unbuttoned printed top on the third cover.