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Erin Andrews Was Chosen To Replace Brooke Burke-Charvet On DWTS To Bring In More Men???

erin andrews chosen for dwts to bring in younger male audience

It didn't take long for DWTS to find a replacement for Brooke Burke-Charvet after giving her the boot!

But what was the real motivation to choose Erin Andrews to take her place?? Well, apparently it's all about bringing in a new audience!

As a prominent sports reporter/ blonde bombshell, Erin has a considerably large audience of

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Andy Roddick Says He's The Reason Drew Brees Got Into Football! Get The Bitter Deets HERE!

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andy roddick says hes the reason drew brees got into football

Anyone who knows anything about the NFL knows that when it comes to throwing a football, Drew Brees is one of the best in the business!

But they probably didn't know that Andy Roddick is the reason he took up the sport in the first place!

That's right! According to the former tennis superstar, he and Breesy actually played tennis together in their younger years, and A-Rod says he gave him a beat down so bad that he decided to go with football instead!

He took to Twitter to tell the tale, writing:

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Elizabeth Hurley Wants To Look Younger By Working Out Less??

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Elizabeth Hurley is beautiful and has been totes gorgeous for a very long time now.

She's always lived a healthy lifestyle, following a strict diet and getting her workout on regularly.

As she ages, she realizes that being too gung-ho could actually be negatively affecting her appearance!

She said:

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New Study Reveals Exercise Keeps Mice Us Young

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Exercise Prevents Aging

Here's another reason to exercise on the reg!

The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published research demonstrating that exercise was able to reduce almost all the visible and functional effects of aging in mice that had been genetically programmed to grow old FASTER than normal mice.

Researchers used lab mice whose mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell) carried a genetic mutation that affected their ability to repair dysfunctional mitochondria, which overtime, began to malfunction and die.

This mitochondria failure — which the mice developed by 3 months of age or 20 human years — can result in chronic fatigue, neurological disruption, problems with sight and hearing, hair loss and muscle weakness, which are all signs of what WE call "aging".

To test how exercise affects mitochondrial failure, one group of mice went about their days with no exercise. By the time they were eight months old — 60 in comparison to human lifespan — they were in poor health and died before the age of 1.

The other group of mice exercised on a wheel for 45 minutes three times a week for five months after the mitochondrial failure began at three months.

Guess what?

These mice were healthier! They had healthier hearts, dark full hair, greater brain volume and muscle mass and well functioning sexual organs.

This experiment shows that regular exercise can dramatically slow down the effects of aging!

How much more evidence do U need? Get out, stay active, and LIVE!

[Image via AP Images.]

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