Pretty Little Liar??? More like pretty little running machine!!
For those of you who aren't aware, Shay Mitchell is a bit of a fitness expert and is constantly coming up with yummy recipes to help stay in shape, and just last Fall she completed her very first half marathon at the Nike Women's Half Marathon in San Francisco!!
So is there anyone else more qualified to grace the cover of Women's Running magazine?? Absolutely not!!
The 27-year-old opened up on her love of running, saying
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Do you want to have an amazing body like Stacy Keibler?? Of course you do!!
Well this is probably the part where you'll want to grab a pen and some paper, because the stunning 33-year-old shared some of secrets of how she stays in such amazing shape while posing for the cover Women's Running magazine!
From a very early age, Stacy developed healthy habits when she started dancing at age 10, and they carried over to her days as a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens!
However, she was shocked to find that she was surprisingly less-active when she joined the WWE! She revealed:
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Last year, Jordin Sparks dropped a total of 50 pounds, and now that she has kept up her slamming hawt bod, she scored a cover with Women's Running!
In the May issue of the fitness mag, the 23-year-old singer wears some very tiny pink shorts and a fitted top to flaunt her physique, and we're loving everything about her gorgeous photo.
And since Miz Sparks knows a thing or two about keeping in shape, she talks about her biggest inspirations, what music she likes to run to, her workout routine, who she would love to run with and her favorite snacks.
Here are the HIGHlights:
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