- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Wed, Feb 12, 2014 10:31 AM EST | Comments
With the success of his "Bat Out of Hell" trilogy, singer Meat Loaf is one of the best-selling artists of all time, but fans might be surprised to learn that the performer has also starred in nearly 60 films. He stopped by "Daily Shot" to share a special behind-the scenes story about "Fight Club" star Brad Pitt.
"We played poker almost every day on set in my trailer," Meat recalls from filming the 1999 flick. "Brad's not a really good poker player. I don't think he ever won. One day, Brad lost 750 bucks, all to me!"
The "I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" singer also cleared up the commonly misunderstood lyrics in his most popular song. So what exactly is "that?" "It's the line before every chorus — I'll never stop dreaming of you for the rest of my life," Meat Loaf explains.
Since Meat Loaf would run to hell and back for love, we were curious about what else the singer would,...Read More »
- If exercise could be as fun as sex, the world would be a much fitter place. Jason Rosell, creator of Caliente Fitness, is drawing inspiration from the bedroom for his latest workout, the appropriately named Sexercise.
"Everyone likes to look good and feel good," Jason says. "Everybody enjoys sex. When you put them both together, you have sexercise."
The regimen consists of workouts of 30 to 35 minutes that fuel weight loss and lean muscle development, heart conditioning, and sexual longevity. "They're very intense, but you can go on your own pace," Jason says of the workouts. "But when you're done, you've lost anywhere from 450 to 520 calories in that short period of time."
WATCH: Unrealistic Body Goals
To learn how to do moves like "the booty pop" and "v-crusher," check out this episode of "Daily Shot," and be sure to visit calientefitness.net to learn more about Jason's fitness and nutrition plans, and download Sexercise on itune...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Mon, Feb 10, 2014 10:55 AM EST | Comments
Still thinking about your ex? According to Laurel House, that’s A-OK. The dating expert says you shouldn’t rule out going back to former significant other, but that there are a few things to consider first. “Recycling exes is something that everyone should do if they’ve gotten to a certain age,” Laurel explains, but you should wait until you’re mature enough. “If you’re 22 or 23, you haven’t had enough experience in order to have a new frame of mind.”
So, why go back? Laurel says there are plenty of reasons. “It's not always that the guy was wrong for you, he may have been the right guy wrong time,” she says. “Or if your head and heart was with someone else, or you needed to do some self-exploration.”
Still, Laurel recommends doing some soul-searching to avoid making the same mistake twice. She says the biggest question to ask is “Why do you want to get back with this guy?” “Is it just because you don’t want to add another notch to your bedp...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Fri, Feb 7, 2014 11:41 AM EST | Comments
For the last decade, going bare "down there" has been a dominant trend in female grooming, but that seems to be changing. From a cameo appearance in the HBO show "Girls" to American Apparel display mannequins, the fuller natural look is back. Sex therapist Kim Anami stopped by to talk about whether the trend is here to stay.
"We've come from this era where things have been completely bare and bald, and shaven and lasered and removed entirely," she said. "People are starting to come back to the idea that at least a little bit of hair is a good thing."
WATCH: The Hair Down There
So what's the proper amount of grooming? Kim says it only takes 30 seconds a day. "I'm a fan of what I call the 'artful trim,'" she explains. "You do a little bit of shaving around the edges ... and then I just cut the hair."
So does waxing decrease sensitivity in the area? Kim addresses the topic in this episode of "Daily Shot." She also explains the benefit of women lifti...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Thu, Feb 6, 2014 11:37 AM EST | Comments
By the time she was 25, Katie Heaney had a graduate degree, tons of friends, and a promising writing career. But she'd never had a boyfriend. She chronicles her story in the hilarious book "Never Have I Ever: My Life (So Far) Without a Date."
Katie, who is now 27, stopped by "Daily Shot" to talk about how she, a young, single, straight girl, made it to her mid-20s without going out on a date.
For starters, she's just not "that kind of girl." By which she means "someone who's always beaming; she's got an endless line of offers from guys to take her out."
In her book, she calls that type of girl "a lighthouse." She describes herself, on the other hand, as a "Bermuda triangle." Something sailors would go around, "staying as far away as humanly possible."
So, shouldn't she work on that or something? She doesn't think so.
"In women," she says, "I think it's perceived as something that we, if we happen to be single at that moment, we should be w...Read More »