The Fit 5: Tips to Feel (and Look) Like a Star!
GET AN ANTIOXIDANT BOOST
Kristen Bell and Nicollette Sheridan are fans of Skinny Water, a fruit-flavored drink that isn’t full of hidden sugar or sodium – and has zero calories. The beverage – which comes in five flavors, including Raspberry Pomegranate, Passionfruit Lemonade and Peach Mango Mandarin – has a dash of Splenda and is formulated with the green-tea antioxidant EGCG and calcium. For more drinks and foods packed with antioxidants, go to Health.com! – Maureen Harrington
DON'T FEAR AGING
When it comes to getting older, Virginia Madsen follows her mother’s example. “The best thing I ever heard about aging was said by my mother: Make life an adventure. She didn’t fear aging – when she turned 40, she had a big birthday,” the actress tells Health magazine. And Madsen, 47, teamed up with her now-75-year-old mom, who directed the documentary I Know a Woman Like That (which the actress produced), about women between the ages of 64 to 94. “Their bodies have changed, but they’re all living inspiring lives.” – Serena Kappes
MOVE YOUR 'BOOMBSEY'
Feel like you’re in an exercise rut? Try the energizing Kukuwa Dance Workout DVD ($19.99), a low-impact routine sure to get your heart pumping. Creator-choreographer Kukuwa Nuamah – who hails from Ghana – takes you on a journey of Afro-Caribbean dance forms in three increasingly difficult steps (go from the beginner-level Konungu to the more advanced Kirango) to help build strength and agility while toning your core and your “boombsey” (behind). Check out other fun fitness DVDs on Health.com! – Brooke Bizzell Stachyra
WASH ON YOUR SPF
Even though summer is over, it’s still essential to protect your skin from the sun’s rays. Take a one-step approach to shielding your face with the St. Ives Protective Cleanser, formulated with SPF 10 and skin-nourishing Vitamin E. You don’t have to worry about slathering on sunscreen separately! And as winter approaches, find out the best way to keep your skin looking great on Health.com. – Melissa Liebling-Goldberg
HAVE A FIT PREGNANCY
Country star Jo Dee Messina isn’t letting pregnancy slow her down. “I run 30 minutes a day and train with weights for an hour, five days a week. I’m staying really fit,” says the singer. She’s in such good shape that her Thanksgiving plans include running the five-mile Turkey Trot race in Nashville. “I’ll be eight months pregnant and running – it should be interesting!” Have questions about working out during your pregnancy? Read Health.com’s tips. – Charlotte Triggs