Smiling Spacey denies groping teenage bar worker

Kevin Spacey pleaded not guilty to sexual assault as he appeared in court over claims he groped an 18-year-old male bar worker.
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Rare Photo Is a Teenage van Gogh, but Not Vincent

A photo long thought to be one of two known pictures of the artist’s face is actually of his brother Theo, researchers in Amsterdam said.
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Royal wedding: Teenage cellist and gospel choir to perform

Teenage cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, says Meghan phoned him herself to ask if he would perform at the service.
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Books of The Times: ‘Two Sisters,’ About Teenage Girls Who Left Norway to Fight With ISIS

Asne Seierstad’s new book is about sisters who went to Syria without telling a soul, and their father’s attempt to get them back.
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Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Trailer

Nickelodeon has released the first trailer for Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

The trailer, which you can view below, shows fans what they can expect from this new take on the Ninja Turtles, which promises to completely reimagine the beloved characters. The series follows the four brothers discovering new powers and encountering a mystical world beneath the streets of New York City.

Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo will also go up against some new villains, including John Cena’s Baron Draxum. He’ll make his debut in the series’ premiere episode and remain a recurring character throughout the show’s 26-episode first season.

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How to Spot Teenage Depression

New guidelines focus on helping better identify teens who may be struggling with depression, as rates for the disorder climb.
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‘Being a teenage mother is so lonely’

New guidelines aim to cut UK teenage pregnancy rates which remain among the highest in Europe.
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The Sabrina the Teenage Witch Reboot Is Officially Happening–But at Netflix Instead of the CW

THE CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINAThe Archie Comics TV universe just got a bit bigger–and witchier!
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Enchantress Join Injustice 2

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Enchantress are coming to Injustice 2.

Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo, as well as Enchantress and the previously revealed Atom, make up Fighter Pack 3. Additionally, these upcoming DLC fighters will be available to those who purchased the Ultimate Edition of the game.

NetherRealm has yet to announce a release date for Fighter Pack 3, but has confirmed Atom will be available for early access starting December 12. The batch of new characters follows Hellboy, Raiden, and Black Manta, which were all part of the game’s second DLC fighter pack.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Enchantress Join Injustice 2

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Enchantress are coming to Injustice 2.

Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo, as well as Enchantress and the previously revealed Atom, make up Fighter Pack 3. Additionally, these upcoming DLC fighters will be available to those who purchased the Ultimate Edition of the game.

NetherRealm has yet to announce a release date for Fighter Pack 3, but has confirmed Atom will be available for early access starting December 12. The batch of new characters follows Hellboy, Raiden, and Black Manta, which were all part of the game’s second DLC fighter pack.

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Solange’s Letter To Her Teenage Self Captures How Her Invincibility Was Born

The artistry of Solange Knowles has become an indelible part of contemporary reflections on black womanhood. In a recent essay for Teen Vogue, Solange blesses us with some insight on how she developed into the regal being she is today. 

The singer graced Volume II of Teen Vogue’s June issue and her essay, “A Letter To My Teenage Self,” was posted online Wednesday.

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In the letter, Solange assures her younger self that all the uncertainty, fear and pain she’s enduring will all serve their purpose in the long run.

And she pays tribute to each youthful version of herself ― including the one most likely to rock micro braids, a stage she eloquently classifies as “the football-player’s-girlfriend-who-wears-braided-blond-highlights-and-swears-by-capri-pants phase.”

“at the time, you are searching,” Solange wrote. “seeking in every corner and pocket of the world for who you are … you will sow each of these chapters in the land that you become.”

Solange shares the impact of everything from the tragedy of a close friend’s death at 17 years old, which she refers to as “the hardest year of [her] life,” to being judged for her looks and free spirit:

“when you go out into the world feeling confident in who you are and what you reflect, young folks will call you names and grown folks will call you names,” she wrote. “It’s ok. one day you will name yourself, and that name will belong to you. it will not be the ones they ordained: “crazy, ugly, attention-seeking, weirdo.”

A significant portion of the letter is rightfully dedicated to mama Tina Knowles and the other women who showed her what black women were truly made of, outside of disparaging media stereotypes. 

They were probably in part responsible for all of the cultural introspection that took place within Solange’s iconic album “A Seat at the Table.”

“you thank them for re-writing the script before it was ever etched in your memory,” she wrote of the women. 

We thank them too. 

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Teenage pregnancies down to record low

Conceptions among under 18s are at their lowest level since 1969, official stats show.
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Why ‘The Outsiders’ Lives On: A Teenage Novel Turns 50

S.E. Hinton’s classic endures as teenagers continue to relate to its rebellious characters.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Glass World Miniature Glass Figurines, 4-Pack, Donatello/Leonardo/Michelangelo/Raphael

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Glass World Miniature Glass Figurines, 4-Pack, Donatello/Leonardo/Michelangelo/Raphael


Enhance your home or office d;cor with these Glass World Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Miniature Glass Figurines, 4-Pack. Handmade from colored glass, these figurines have no paint or tampon printing, ensuring that they will never fade. The four-pack includes Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael. Not only are the collectible glass figurines cute, each figure also has its own story-telling biography and birth date conveniently labeled on the back of the packaging. Additionally, every piece has a unique story and background. Start your collection today. Suitable for ages 8 years and older, this TMNT set makes a fun gift for fans of the comics and animation series.

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I Learned My Teenage Son Is Being Bullied. Should I Tell Him?

Also, nosy questions from competitive friends, when a gift check goes uncashed and whether to comment on an office mate’s attire.
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Paramount Pictures and Michael Bay present this reboot of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise with Wrath of the Titans’ helmer Jonathan Liebesman directing. The sinister Shredder has seized control of New York City’s police and politicians, leaving his ruthless Foot Clan to spread chaos in the streets. With no prospects for salvation in sight, mutant crime-fighters Raphael, Leonardo, Donatello, and Michaelangelo leap into action. They put up a fierce fight, too, though in order to truly defeat Shredder, the heroes in a half shell will need the help of courageous reporter April O’Neil (Megan Fox) and her quick witted cameraman Vern Fenwick (Will Arnett) as well. With their help, Shredder’s plan will quickly unravel, and this once-great city will rise again~Jeremy Wheeler

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Oddly Normal: One Family's Struggle to Help Their Teenage Son Come to Terms with His Sexuality

Oddly Normal: One Family's Struggle to Help Their Teenage Son Come to Terms with His Sexuality


Three years ago, John Schwartz, a national correspondent for The New York Times, got the call that every parent hopes never to receive: His thirteen-year-old son, Joe, was in the hospital following a suicide attempt. Mustering the courage to come out to his classmates, Joe had delivered a tirade about homophobic and sexist attitudes that was greeted with unease and confusion by his fellow students. Hours later, he took an overdose of pills. After a couple of weeks in the hospital and in the locked ward of a psychiatric treatment center, Joe returned to his family. As he recovered, his parents were dismayed by his school?s inability to address ? or reluctance to deal with ? Joe?s needs. Determined to help their son feel more comfortable in his own skin, Schwartz and his wife, Jeanne, launched their own search for services and groups that could help Joe know he wasn?t alone. In Oddly Normal, Schwartz writes of his family?s struggles within a culture that is changing fast – but not fast enough. Interweaving his narrative with contextual chapters on psychology, law, and common questions, Schwartz shares crucial lessons about helping gay kids learn how to cope in a potentially hostile world. From buying rhinestone-studded toddler shoes to creating a ?Joseph manual? for Joe?s teachers; from finding a hairdresser who stocks purple dye to fighting erroneous personality disorder diagnoses, Oddly Normal offers a deeply personal look into one boy?s growing up. Joe, far happier today than he was three years ago, collaborated on this work.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows Opens Friday, Jun 3, 2016

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS is the sequel to the 2014 film TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES. The film is based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles characters created by Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman and is directed by David Green.

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Katy Perry Is Launching Her Very Own ‘Katy Kat’ Makeup Line with CoverGirl (This Isn’t Just a ‘Teenage Dream’)

Katy Perry has graced billboards and magazine ads as the gorgeous face of CoverGirl since 2013, but the star is expanding her role with the company in an oh-so-Katy Perry way. The pop star is launching her own line of makeup with the beauty giant, which is set to hit stores this summer!

Katy Perry launches CoverGirl Katy Kat makeup lineCourtesy CoverGirl



Katy Kat, a nod to her nickname and affection for felines, will be on shelves in July, but the star posed for some hype-inducing preview pics to make the wait easier. “After several wonderful years of BEING the face, I now get to CREATE the face! ???,” she announced on Twitter Friday afternoon.

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The collection will focus on two main products: moisturizing, demi-matte lipsticks and longwear mascaras, each which comes in a variety of shades. The 13 lipsticks all bear names that are a play on the theme — think: Purrisan Pink, Kitty Purry, Maroon Meow — while the ultra-volmizing mascaras (a nod to the star’s signature wide-eyed look) come in “Perry Blue,” black and Very Black, both regular and waterproof.

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Now that Perry’s gotten into the lab for her first-ever collection, does this mean we should expect fellow CoverGirls Zendaya, Ellen DeGeneres and Sofia Vergara to follow suit with their own namesake lines? The year is still young, so we’ll start clearing space in our makeup collections now.

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Dying to get your paws on Katy Kat before July? You can pre-order 11 of the 13 lipstick options at katykatcovergirl.com now.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: “The Evil of Dregg” Review

Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow.

This week’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles didn’t have much to do with the black hole generator (that’s next week’s episode), but “The Evil of Dregg” culminated in a “toally metal” showdown between the Turtles and their alien nemesis Lord Dregg. What’s more, this installment featured Commander Sal and Mona Lisa, which meant another Raphael-centric storyline — and a very strong one at that.

We also finally got to see Lord Dregg’s home world, Sectoid 1, along with his hidden, Giger-like castle. These things alone were pretty cool, as they embraced more of the show’s 2D, hand-drawn elements — including a gross-up close-up of Donatello, who was sent back to the ship, along with Fugitoid and April, to invent a clever way of stopping Dregg’s buggy minions.

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The 4-1-1 on Surviving Teenhood: Essential Tips for Parents: Teenage Temptations; Teachable Moments; and More!

The 4-1-1 on Surviving Teenhood: Essential Tips for Parents: Teenage Temptations; Teachable Moments; and More!


When I say the word teenager what comes to mind? If you are like most people, the words rebellion, trouble, and stubborn come to mind. You might also think: drugs, crime, pregnancy, peer pressure, sex, puberty, driving, attitudes, relationships, irresponsible, and messy. Those about to go through the teen years might think: independence, first job, fun, sports, adventure, dating, invincible, and driving. It is time to change the way adults see teenagers. Teens today are faced with drugs, teen pregnancy, texting or sexting, alcohol, peer pressure, bullying, and other dangers. Why do our teens use drugs and alcohol, gamble, or fall prey to other destructive behaviors such as eating disorders or cutting? We will walk through these and other scenarios, and I will offer guidance on how to get through it. We take our children through childhood, into teenhood, and then onto adulthood. Remember: if you go into the adventure together, you will come out of it together.

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The Teenage Diary — The Original Blog

There are so many reasons I feel lucky to have grown up in the low-tech generation that was the late ’70s/early ’80s.

I love the fact that my music came from vinyl and cassette tapes and that the only thing I was able to do on my telephone was talk on it.

And blogging was done the old-fashioned way, handwritten in one of these relics:

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I was a little fanatical about writing in my diary. I got my first (and still my favorite) Hello Kitty Friendly Diary when I was 7, and I talked to it like it was a person. A friend. A confidant.

But it’s the books from my pre-teen/teenage years that tell the best (and worst) stories — love, lust, passion, fashion, music… it’s all there in these volumes.

The books are like little time capsules; open them up and find much more than you ever could from staring at a computer screen. Feel the pages and feel the love (and angst) of childhood.

Here are five reasons I am so grateful that I never pitched these precious books.

1. Handwriting
Childhood scrawl and my big, bubbly handwriting take me screaming back to high school.

2. The Occasional Collage
Jason should feel pretty special that I’ve hung onto this homage to him since 1987.

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3. Mementos
Matchbooks, ticket stubs, napkins, notes and photos are all stuffed within these pages.

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4. Song Lyrics
I painstakingly wrote out the lyrics to a Richard Marx song — what is more dramatic than that? NOTHING.

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5. What I Wore
The outfits! Day after day of all the the outfits!

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These are the books of my life. From the mundane, like “today in class we had a “subatoot,” to the major “today we are moving, they are coming to take everything away and I don’t want to be here and Brian asked me to marry him.”

I did not marry Brian.

We were 17 years old.

In retrospect, it was all very sweet.

It’s all there in these pages. If there was a fire, yes, I would grab these.

As I get older, I want to continue to turn the pages, to touch the napkin from my prom night and get all nostalgic.

I want to show the R.E.M. ticket stub to my children and tell them how it was one of the best shows I ever saw and show them the entry where Mom took me out to brunch so we could talk because she knew I was struggling in school and in life. I want to smile, wince, laugh and cry as I remember who I was.

Lori’s website, Drawn to the ’80s, is where her 5-year-old draws the music hits of the 1980’s. Her blog, Once Upon a Product, is where she writes about food, the ’80s, beauty products and her Mick Jagger obsession.

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Enough: 10 Things We Should Tell Teenage Girls

Enough: 10 Things We Should Tell Teenage Girls


You are beautiful. You are valuable. You are enough. In a book based on her run-away blog post “Ten Things I Want to Tell Teenage Girls,” which garnered more than 2 million views in two weeks, Kate Conner calls us to action in Enough. We all have teenage girls in our lives who we love, whether it’s a sister, friend, or daughter. Kate has identified 10 things these girls need to hear today from someone who loves her. Peppered with wit and laced with grace, Kate’s list tackles relevant issues like Facebook, emotions, drama, tanning beds, modesty, and flirtation. Woven into each chapter is a powerful message of worth that transcends age, and will touch the souls of women, young and old alike: You are beautiful. You are valuable. You are enough. A former youth-worker, wife to a college minister, and a young mom in her twenties, Conner stands squarely in generational gap, the perfect place from which to bridge it. Conner offers herself as a translator, helping you to speak your teenager’s language and equipping you with a fresh perspective from which to engage your teenage girl-one that may enable her to truly hear your heart (and your wisdom) for the first time since puberty.

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Why You Can’t Help Turning Into Your Teenage Self When You Go Home For The Holidays

There’s a joke that captures the feeling of “regression” that many adults experience when they go home to spend the holidays with their families. It goes like this: For every day you’re home with your family, you lose five years. So you should keep your trip short enough that you’ll be old enough to drive away.

Many adult children know well that returning to the nest can be even more challenging than visiting your parents in another context. You might go home for the holidays and suddenly be surprised to find yourself behaving like a 16-year-old: You fight with your mom over doing chores or going out with your friends instead of participating in family activities. Maybe you’re still criticizing your little brother and his new girlfriend — or you return to that teenage insecurity of feeling like you can never do anything right.

“It’s variable. At different stages of your life you might regress more or less,” Nadine Kaslow, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist at Emory University and editor of the Journal of Family Psychology, told The Huffington Post. “Maybe you go back to your room, which may still be more decorated like a child’s room. You return to the patterns you had when you lived there. It’s challenging, especially early on, to find your way as an adult.”

While regressing doesn’t happen for everyone, it is a fairly common occurrence. And it’s most common among 20-somethings, according to Kaslow. There’s often more flexibility and ease in the relationship once children establish themselves as adults and perhaps start their own families.

But regression can persist until late in life. As psychologist and family counselor Marie Hartwell-Walker, EdD, wrote in a PsychCentral blog, old family roles die hard.

“Never underestimate the seductive draw of what is familiar,” Hartwell-Walker wrote. “It just feels natural to snap back into our well-rehearsed part. The ‘responsible one’ volunteers for more than she really wants to do. The ‘baby’ goes back to playing the cute card in spite of herself. When with her dad, the independent woman can slip once again into the ‘princess’ role she had as a child while her brother starts to swagger a bit like his former teenage jock self.”

Regression is most common when there’s a struggle to transition the parent-child relationship into an adult-adult relationship. Having a successful adult relationship with your parents requires that you feel able to be your own person, and that you’re able to assert yourself without arguments or power struggles, said Kaslow.

For instance, if you bring home a significant other and would like to sleep in the same bed together, but your parents won’t allow that, it’s important to negotiate the situation as adults.

“It might mean you have to get a hotel room … if you want to respect the family values,” said Kaslow. “If you just disrespect what they say, then you’re like a teenager. But if you just do it because they say so and not because it’s right for you, then you’re not really being an adult either.”

Unresolved family conflicts can also make it difficult for family members to break free from old roles and break out of old habits that no longer serve them. “Those families also have a harder time switching to developing those adult relationships,” said Kaslow.

In a healthy adult relationship, information and stories about one’s life are shared equally between parents and children. The parent and adult child can engage in shared activities together, but there is also a level of freedom for alone time.

In an unhealthy relationship, the parents are often critical or unwilling to adjust old traditions to bring in new ideas and traditions. But don’t confuse parental care, affection or doting for an unhealthy inability to change old habits — your parents will always see you as their child, and may enjoy the feeling of taking care of you.

Creating an adult relationship with your parents starts with taking responsibility yourself to make compromises and respect their wishes — even if it means dishing out the cash for that hotel room.
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Mom’s Movie Minute – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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Watch Unearthed Footage Of A Teenage Katy Perry Before She Was Famous

“I have lots of songs to write about. Lots of things to write about.” So says a teenage Katy Perry — then Katy Hudson — in a newly unearthed video from 2001 posted to Vimeo by award-winning cinematographer and videographer Jim Standridge.

“I was very fortunate to meet and hangout with this genuine talent in the beginning of her career,” Standridge wrote in a note accompanying the video. “The other day I was cleaning out some old footage in my office and found 90 minutes of raw footage I had totally forgot about. […] I think Katy has grown into an amazing entertainer and woman.”

Standridge cut the 90 minutes down to just under 13, and the package showcases Perry’s preternatural talent. Then a Christian singer-songwriter, Perry’s work has an unmistakable Alanis Morisette vibe, but there are some guitar licks that also sound a little like early Radiohead (specifically from “The Bends”). The video closes, appropriately, with Perry singing “Last Call,” one of the tracks from her 2001 album, “Katy Hudson.”

HuffPost Entertainment contacted a representative for Perry to see if the singer had any comment or remembrance about the video. This post will be updated if and when they respond. In the meantime, watch Standridge’s video below.

Katy Perry Uncensored Raw Talent from Jim Standridge on Vimeo.

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99 Lessons for my Teenage Son

99 Lessons for my Teenage Son


As I was driving home from work one day I had a familiar tune in my head… An extremely popular rap song at the time, it had been playing on the radio at my job, and I simply could not shake the melody of the chorus. During this time, I had been praying to God about my Sons. My eldest was about to turn 15, my youngest, 12, and although they were –and are– great children, I knew that they were passing the age-of-influence. At least, passing the ages where I would be the singular male influence in their lives.They were increasingly captivated by outside influences like school, TV, and MUSIC. Particularly, songs like the one I couldn’t get out of my head.I prayed, “God give me a way to communicate values and lessons to them that —like this song— could echo over and over in their minds. Give me a vehicle that I can use to convey the ideas they will need to become good men. Give me something that they can access ANYTIME, even the times —Lord forbid— when I am not around.”With that song still knocking around in my head, God gave me 99 Lessons for My Teenage Son.#99Lessons started out as a REMINDER list, but over the past two and a half years it has GROWN into something that I thought would bless more than just my children… More than just me! Honestly, These lessons have affected every part of my life and reminded me what it means to be a man. This book is a holistic complement to that process. I pray that it blesses you to read it, as much as it has blessed me to write it.

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Teenage Fitness

Teenage Fitness


Celebrated trainer and the Today show fitness expert Kathy Kaehler is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after fitness trainers. What Kathy has done for Julia Roberts, Michelle Pfeiffer, Drew Barrymore, Cindy Crawford, Alfre Woodard, Samuel L. Jackson, Penelope Ann Miller, and Claire Forlani, among many others, she will do for you. Teenage Fitness is your ultimate fitness source. Her mission is to keep you fit for life. Reflecting on her own body image and eating problems as a teenager, Kathy will show you how to have a healthy respect for your body. She offers essential fitness techniques necessary to look and feel your absolute best. You will learn: To appreciate your own beauty To change your mind-set To know and accept your body type Nineteen terrific eating tips to get you through your day What kind of eater you are The 90/10 principle of pigging out Creative Fitness Suburban Fitness Urban Fitness Five-minute and twenty-minute workouts With Kathy’s straightforward and practical fitness principles, you’ll feel terrific about your body, your looks, and your life.
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Celebrated trainer and the Today show fitness expert Kathy Kaehler is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after fitness trainers. What Kathy has done for Julia Roberts, Michelle Pfeiffer, Drew Barrymore, Cindy Crawford, Alfre Woodard, Samuel L. Jackson, Penelope Ann Miller, and Claire Forlani, among many others, she will do for you. Teenage Fitness is your ultimate fitness source. Her mission is to keep you fit for life. Reflecting on her own body image and eating problems as a teenager, Kathy will show you how to have a healthy respect for your body. She offers essential fitness techniques necessary to look and feel your absolute best. You will learn: To appreciate your own beauty To change your mind-set To know and accept your body type Nineteen terrific eating tips to get you through your day What kind of eater you are The 90/10 principle of pigging out Creative Fitness Suburban Fitness Urban Fitness Five-minute and twenty-minute workouts With Kathy’s straightforward and practical fitness principles, you’ll feel terrific about your body, your looks, and your life.
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