7 Fittest Foods for Men

Are you tired of putting in the effort at the gym and not seeing results? Many people show the drive, determination, and consistent effort, but don’t reach their goals. If this sounds familiar, the next logical step is usually to find an educated personal trainer with proven experience. But, if you’re not ready to take that step, or if you’d prefer to go it alone, rest assured, we spoke to some of the nation’s finest personal trainers who gave us 25 insightful tips and strategies specifically designed to help you build strength, gain muscle mass, lose fat, enhance your endurance and maintain healthy eating habits.

7 Fittest Foods for Men

1) Salmon
121 calories per 3-oz serving
Eat 3-4 servings per week
Salmon made out list for a number of reasons, but the biggest has got to be because its so densely stuffed with omega-3’s. These fatty acids are thought to slow memory loss as you age and boost heart health by regulating heart rhythms and keeping arteries and veins supple and free of blockages. While saturated fats lead to obesity, the polyunsaturated fatty acids in fish appear to correct and prevent obesity, according to a study published in Clinical Science.

2) Blueberries
41 calories per half cup
Eat 1-2 cups per week
Of all the fruit you can eat, blueberries may be the absolute best. Whether you’re getting them raw, tossed into cereal, mixed in fruit salad or a smoothie, blueberries pack more fiber, vitamins, and minerals per ounce than any other fruit in the produce aisle. Chief among those nutrients are free-radical-fighting antioxidants. Free radicals, which increase in number as you get older, travel around your body damaging cells, promoting disease, and triggering signs of premature aging. And blueberries harness the firepower to knock them out of service.

3) Tomatoes
83 calories per cup
Eat 4 servings per week
Yes, it’s true that tomatoes used to be called “love apples” and have a reputation as a powerful aphrodisiac. But that lore has nothing to do with why we picked the tomato as the best food for sexual health. Rather, tomatoes win their place on our chart-and their relatively high ranking overall-because of a single nutrient: lycopene.


4) Oatmeal
148 calories per half cup
Eat 3-4 servings per week
When it comes to eating breakfast in the morning, there’s nothing better than a bowl of oatmeal to spike your energy levels and provide you with an hours-long supply of fuel. Oatmeal is also filled with stress-fighting and immunity-boosting zinc.

5) Spinach
7 calories per cup
Eat 2-3 servings per week
What do button-down dietitians have in common with brawl-happy cartoon sailors? They all love their spinach! And for good reason. One serving of these leafy greens is loaded with fiber, calcium, and virtually your entire day’s recommended dosage of beta carotene, a nutrient vital for immune-system health, good vision, but not-as far as we know-huge wrist flexors. If you can’t stand spinach plain, Katherine Tallmadge, R.D., author of Diet Simple, suggests dropping it into burritos, pasta dishes and canned soup.

6) Broccoli
31 calories per cup
Eat 2-3 half-cup servings per week
This fleshy green should be at the top of your list when it comes to vegetables. It’s rich with a healthy supply of iron, calcium, fiber, and vitamin C, meaning it’s good for the circulatory system, bones, and fighting colds. “As far as vegetables go, this is the one I try hardest to get more guys to eat,” says Niki Kubiak, R.D., a private practice nutritionist in Omaha, Neb. Brocco-phobic? Try it on the sly: Slip it into stir-fries, onto pizza, or use raw chunks as a vehicle for your favorite dip.


7) Almonds
82 calories per 1/2-oz serving
Eat 3 servings per week
High in protein, fiber, and vitamin E, almonds are great for your heart, digestive system, and skin. Although they’re also loaded with healthy unsaturated fats, some guys avoid them because they’re so calorie-dense. But that’s a mistake. Gary Fraser, Ph.D., a professor of medicine at Loma Linda University in California, studied folks who added two ounces of almonds to their diet on a regular basis. Turns out they had no significant weight change. “Since nuts are such a hard food, it appears that a significant amount of their calories are never absorbed into the body,

Runway Pakistan Fashion Show from 21st Jan to 23rd Jan

The Runway Pakistan fashion show gets ready to provide some glamorous evenings to the elite fashion lovers in Lahore. First segment of the show will get going on the 21st of January 2016 at Pearl Continental Hotel, Lahore.

2016 Runway Pakistan

This will be followed by more segments on the same day and thereafter over the next two days, that is, 22nd January and 23rd January more fashion shows will follow. It is has been formally announced and shared that the fashion show will include designers of fame and prominence and a few designers with abilities that can be graded as excellent.

pakistani model pics

Initiated by HnS Events, the expectations are that the event will be vibrant and operate as a fashion show that will bring forth more buyers and enhance the fashion platform of Pakistan.

Runway Pakistan Schedule

Already Hns Events enjoys a huge reputation as an event management company which specializes in skilled festivity decoration and event designing. Over the years, Hannan Waheed has used his instinctual organizational skills, keen eye for design and a solid network of vendor relationships to create exceptional events. And in the Runway Pakistan fashion show all his abilities will be adding considerable spice, fragrance and charisma to this occasion too.

Runway Pakistan day 2 designers

The designers list includes Ali Xeeshan, Zeeshan Bariwala, Waseem Noor, Fahad Hussayn, Munib Nawaz, Hammad-ur-rehman, Natasha Kamal, Asifa & Nabeel, Tina by Hina Butt, Tasneem Sadaf, Deepak & Fahad, Noor Hamid, Riwanullah, Arjun & Anjali Kapoor, Kuki Concepts, Emraan Rajput, Ahmad Bilal, Moazam Abbasi, Bibi London, Erum Khan, Rang Ja, House of Arslan and YBQ.

Runway Pakistan schedule

Runway Pakistan 2016 will be styled by Toni&Guy North Pakistan and choreography is by Hajira Ahmad EBH. Photography is by Faisal Farooqui Dragonfly and operations by Creative Jacket and Hannan Waheed. National media partner is HUM SITARAY HUM Network Blog and international media partner is Dubai fashion TV. Fashincentral.pk acts as the online media partner.

Temperley London Pre-Fall 2016 Collection

Alice Temperley London turned out bohemian looks for a “Cuban meets folk dandy” pre-fall collection in a palette of rich reds, greens, nudes and powder blue. The lineup had a broad sweep, including traditional English tailored pieces, full-skirted silhouettes and botanical prints with hand-embroidered embellishments, all influenced by Cuba’s saturated tropical tones.


Daywear and evening was rife with island-inspired decoration. Of the former, dresses – long and short came in organza, French lace and silk, while black dresses were adorned with botanical needlework patterns.


Fancier fare included loose jumpsuits, cropped wide leg trousers, and blouses all of which were embellished with hand-sewn green iridescent sequins. For the dandies, there was a chicly tailored three-piece fine wool plaid suit with a cropped single-breasted jacket and high-waisted roomy trousers.

5 Ways to WorkOut Without Weights

With all the knowledge that’s out there now about exercise, there’s really no excuse for not achieving your fitness goals. You can’t argue that you don’t know what to do because there are hundreds of coaches offering thousands of different programs (pick one!). People love to say they don’t have time to work out, but there are dozens of routines that can be completed in minutes.

5 Ways to WorkOut Without Weights

1. Count Down From 10

Most of us fall into a rut with pullups and dips. We plateau at a certain number of sets and reps and can’t seem to get unstuck. Try performing sets of descending reps. Do a set of 10, then a set of 9, and so on down to 1 rep. As your muscles fatigue, the workload gets reduced, so you get just enough recovery to build up a good volume of exercise—55 total reps, a number most of us never approach with three sets to failure. This countdown method is often used by guys who do all their training on monkey bars in your local park—the same ones who can knock out dozens of pullups in one shot.

2. Train Like An Animal

The best thing you can do to stick with any workout plan is to make it fun. Treat your training like play. You probably haven’t performed exercises like the bear crawl or crab walk since you were a kid, but there’s no reason you shouldn’t do them again. As a grownup, you’ll see how much harder it is to move in those postures, and you’ll immediately recognize any tight muscles or weak areas. Training with kids exercises, goofy as they may look, will strengthen your core and increase mobility, as well as get your heart rate up and challenge your endurance. And honestly, they’re so silly you can’t help but enjoy performing them. Do them with your kids, or your girlfriend. For the bear crawl, walk on all fours with your legs fairly straight so your hips are above head level. On the crab walk, sit on the floor, bridge your hips up, and walk forward and back on your hands and feet.

3. Use A Deck Of Cards

You can make a game of any body-weight exercise by using a deck of cards to determine the reps you perform. Assign a different suit to each exercise you’re doing, so clubs could be pushups, diamonds could be pullups, hearts might be lunges, and spades situps. Place the deck on the floor face down and start turning over cards. Whatever number is on the card, that’s how many reps you do; for face cards, continue counting up. So a jack would mean 11 reps, a queen 12, king 13, and ace 14. You can make jokers or any other card you like “wild” and perform any number of reps.

4. Do Drop Sets

You might only be familiar with drop sets as they’re done when using weights, but you can use them on body-weight lifts too. The trick is to vary your mechanical advantage. Start with a body position that makes the exercise hard, and then adjust it to “drop” to an easier position that lets you crank out more reps. For instance, perform wide-grip pullups to just shy of failure. Immediately bring your grip in and turn your palms to face you so you’re doing a chinup. Do as many chinups as you can and then bring your hands in even closer so you’re doing a close-grip chinup with hands nearly touching.

5. Do “Blurpees”

Occasionally, you’ll find yourself in an environment where you don’t have a chinup bar or even a tree or pipe you can hang off and your only equipment is the floor beneath you. In other words, a jail cell. Just kidding! (Although if you are in jail, I’m not judging. In this case, it can be difficult to find a way to work your back. Enter what Tim Ferriss, author of The Four-Hour Body, calls the “blurpee”. It’s a classic burpee but with lat involvement, so you get the effect of doing pullups without having something to hang from to do them.

Kelly Bensimon Shows off Bikini Body in Miami Beach

Kelly Bensimon showed off her fit figure while on vacation in Florida. The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star wore a tiny brown bikini for a game of beach volleyball in Miami Beach on Sunday.

Kelly Bensimon Bikini Body in Miami Beach

The 47-year-old was all smiles as she soaked up the sun. Kelly wore a tan, yellow and brown string bikini as she frollicked on the sand. She left her dark brunette hair down and wore minimal makeup.

Kelly Bensimon Bikini

The jewelry designer also wore a thick leather watch, silver bracelets and a number of beaded necklaces. Kelly appeared on seasons two, three and four of Real Housewives of New York before being fired in 2011.

Kelly Bensimon Body in Miami Beach

The former model has two daughters Sea Louise, 17, and Thaddeus Ann, 14, with ex-husband, French fashion designer Gilles Bensimon. The couple divorced in 2007 and share custody.

Kelly Bensimon Bikini Body

After her beach volleyball session on Sunday morning, Kelly later was seen strolling along the water in a tiny pair of black and white patterned shorts.

Kelly Bensimon Bikini Body in Miami Beach

The 47-year-old covered up with a white button up shirt, which she rolled up at the elbows. She carried a black fabric handbag with a yellow pattern over one shoulder as she walked in the waves.

Kelly Bensimon Bikini Body

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Norm of the North’: Film Review

A twerking polar bear and a trio of lively lemmings are the main selling points of Lionsgate’s animated feature originally slated for direct-to-video but now receiving a wide theatrical release. Hoping to cash in on this holiday weekend’s absence of kiddie fare — after all, you can’t take little Heather and Tommy to The Revenant — Norm of the North is mildly diverting, although Pixar needn’t be overly concerned.

Norm of the North

The title character, voiced by Rob Schneider, is a polar bear so sweet that he can’t bring himself to eat seals, although he desperately tries to chase one down in the hyperkinetic opening scene. Norm’s special gift is the ability to “speak human,” which comes increasingly into play with the encroachment of bear-loving tourists and, more dangerously, a villainous billionaire real-estate developer, ironically named Mr. Greene (Ken Jeong), who plans to build luxury condos in the frozen landscape. 

Norm of the North

Alarmed when he finds out about the plan by the arrival of Mr. Greene’s marketing director, Vera (Heather Graham), to shoot a TV commercial, Norm decides that he has to take action. Encouraged by his wise seagull mentor Socrates (Bill Nighy), he stows away with three lemming cohorts on a ship to Manhattan to prevent his homeland from being despoiled. Once there, Norm finds himself a minor celebrity, with jaded New Yorkers assuming he’s an actor in a polar bear suit. He even performs his trademark dance, the “Arctic Shake,” to delighted audiences in Times Square, although unlike the current crop of Elmos, Spider Men, et al, he doesn’t solicit tips.

Norm of the North

The film doesn’t exactly score points for originality, whether it’s the frequent musical numbers, the indestructible lemmings whose resemblance to Minions is strictly not coincidental or the reliably kid-pleasing bathroom humor, here evidenced by such moments as when the lemmings relieve themselves over a fish tank. As a bone to adults, there’s also a glancing effort to embrace such weighty themes as global warming and conservation.  Neither its animation nor voice performances (Colm Meaney and comedian Gabriel Iglesias also lend their talents) are particularly memorable, but Norm of the North, especially in its early section set in the Arctic, has its appealing moments. And if the film does well, those adorable lemmings are going to make for some highly coveted plush toys.