Friday, September 21, 2012

1066THUMPERMAN2008 - Denise Austin Tropical Workouts

Denise austin tropical workouts 1 - YouTube
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Denise Austin tropical workout 2 - YouTube
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denise austin tropical workout 3 - YouTube
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Denise Austin White Shorts (No Sound)

Denise Austin WhiteShorts - YouTube
Published on Sep 19, 2012 by SuperJunior1030

Ripped My Old Dish Network PVR Hard Drive of Recovered Denise Austin Workout Videos. I need to join the audio to the video file. I will work on joining the files this weekened. Also i can't tell yet but looks like she has on a Black G string bottom under the white shorts.

Denise Austin On You Asked For It: Diet & Nutrition Tutorial

Diet & Nutrition Tutorial: You Asked For It - YouTube
Published on Sep 19, 2012 by BeFit

[00:24] Question 1: I have tried many different diets with varying levels of success. How can I pick the right diet for me?
(Dr. Frank Lipman- Reserve Channel)
[01:32] Question 2: What are some things that I can do during the day to burn extra calories?
(Denise Austin)
[02:17] Question 3: I am a busy Mom of two and need to drop 20 pounds quickly. What is the best diet to accomplish this?
(Dr. Frank Lipman- Reserve Channel)
[03:40] Episode Roundup/Summary

Diet & Nutrition Tutorial: You Asked For It- In this episode of "You Asked For It", Functional Medicine Expert and Health & Wellness Author, Dr. Frank Lipman from the Reserve Channel answers some of your questions regarding dieting and how to pick the most effective diet for you. Learn about some of the key things that you can try to cut out of your diet as well as some other foods that you can increase your intake on in order to achieve the fastest results. Stay tuned as "You Asked For It" Host, Melena Scantlin checks in with Legendary Fitness Icon, Denise Austin on as a few simple ways that you stay active during the day in order to keep your metabolism up and burn extra calories. Get ready to see results fast with these effective rules. Try implementing a few of these easy nutritional tips into your daily eating habits and stay moving throughout the day to look and feel your best, and shape the body that you have always wanted. Tune in every Thursday for new episodes where you can get helpful advice and find the answers you are looking for. Don't forget that you might get your questions answered too, by posting them in the comments below the weekly ""You Asked For It"" videos. For more of the ""You Asked For It"" episodes, click here:

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

The 'big Idaho potato truck' is star of commission's new TV ad campaign; Second nationwide tour planned

by Rand Green | September 17, 2012

Move over, Denise Austin. A giant Idaho potato on a flat-bed truck is taking center stage in this year's Idaho Potato Commission television advertising campaign.

Make no mistake, Ms. Austin, the famous fitness guru who has been celebrity spokesperson for Idaho potatoes for several years, will continue in that roll and will be involved with the commission in a number of programs.

The Idaho Potato Commission's "big Idaho potato truck," on its seven-month national tour, parked in front of the nation's capital.
But a seven-month national tour of the "big Idaho potato truck," which will wrap up shortly with the truck's arrival at the PMA Fresh Summit in Anaheim, CA in October, has been such a phenomenal success that the commission has chosen to feature the truck, and the "tater team" that has been traveling with the truck, in its new TV commercials for the 2012-2013 season.

The commission also announced at its annual meeting in August that the big Idaho potato truck will be going on a second national tour next year.

The new ad campaign "premiered on national television on ESPN during the Boise State vs. Michigan State game last Friday night, said Frank Muir, president of the commission, Nov. 11. "It will be on national cable television beginning in mid-October" and continuing through February. the campaign will be carried on "a variety of news programs like CNN and FOX News" as well as Food Network, The Cooking Channel, HGTV, The History Chanel and several other national cable channels.

Driving the decision to feature the big Idaho potato truck in the TV campaign was the resounding success of the truck's first seven-month tour. "It has become very clear that everyone in America wants to have their picture taken with this truck," Mr. Muir said.

By the end of the tour, the truck will have travelled over 15,000 miles, visited some 150 cities in 35 states across the country, and in every market, TV crews and news teams were on hand for the occasion, generating more than 250 million media impressions. Additionally, "literally, our Tater Team that travels with the truck have cameras pointed at them every second of the day -- when they are on the road, when they are parked at a restaurant, when they are stopped at locations, when the truck is parked at hotels. They are always on stage. There are always people taking pictures" of the truck and the crew.

When the truck visited McCormick Place in Chicago during the National Restaurant Association show, even the mayor of Chicago came out to get his picture taken with the truck.

When the truck visited McCormick Place in Chicago during the National Restaurant Association show, even the mayor of Chicago came out to get his picture taken with the truck.

We can't even measure the kind of social media we have generated from this," Mr. Muir said. "There are always people taking pictures" of the truck or getting their pictures taken with it and posting them on Facebook.

"So we decided to give all of America the opportunity to see the truck" by featuring it in the TV commercials, 'and we're having some fun with it," he said.

The commercial starts out with a potato grower in Caldwell, ID, named Mark Coombs, talking about how "a few months ago we sent out this truck and crew to tell everyone about our 75th anniversary," Mr. Muir said. Then, as the video shows quick images of the truck at travelling across America and "the crew having a great time, not worrying about coming home at all," Mr. Coombs, in a humorous vein, sounding like a forlorn father missing his own child, shows a picture of the truck and pleads, "If you see him, please tell him it's time to come home."

There are two versions of the commercial, Mr. Muir said. "One is focused primarily on the truck itself. The second version ... shows more images of the Tater Team. The two commercials will rotate on a 50-50 rotation."

Images on the side of the truck feature the "Famous Potatoes - Grown in Idaho" seal, the commission's 75th anniversary logo, the commission's partnership with Meals on Wheels "which our tater truck is raising awareness and funds for," the American Heart Association's Heart Check certification mark and the logo of the "Famous Idaho Potato Bowl" football game to be played Dec. 15 at Boise State's Bronco Stadium. "We are leveraging all of our different programs as the truck drives across America," Mr. Muir said, and those images are also featured in the TV ads.

In other activities, Denise Austin "will be doing two different public service radio announcements" for the commission "to encourage families to be active and to follow a healthy diet that features Idaho potatoes," he said. "We expect to receive between 6,000 and 12,000 broadcasts of those spots," generating from 25 million to 50 million listeners. "We are also going to be running a recipe contest on her website during February," which is Heart Health Month as well as Potato Lovers' Month.

The commission is currently in its second year as title sponsor of the Idaho Potato Bowl game which gives Idaho potatoes year-long signage on both the inside and outside of the stadium, he said.

Also, "we continue our sponsorship of Boise State football and University of Idaho football. We are in our third year of that six-year contract.," he said.

The commission will be continuing this year with its recipe-of-the-month photo contest. "We have been doing this for the past year, and it has been very successful," Mr. Muir said. "We send out a recipe without a photograph and encourage people to buy Idaho potatoes, make the recipe, take a photo of it, and send it to us. we pick one winner each month."
This year, the commission will be "targeting via social media a program we call Smashed Spuddy Buddy to reach a younger audience ... using Idaho's First Lady, Mrs. Lorrie Otter. We will be going into schools and showing them how they can use our animated video that features Spuddy Buddy [the Idaho Potato Commission's mascot] showing kids how potatoes are grown and harvested."

The commission also continues to do promotions with Mr. Food. "We are going to be creating two new videos" for Mr. Food's syndicated TV show, one for fall and one for spring, he said. The entire segments of the show, in each case, will focus on Idaho potatoes.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Denise Austin - Diet Rite Fruit Flavors - Beach (1991)

Diet Rite Fruit Flavors - Denise Austin - Beach (1991) - YouTube
Published on Sep 5, 2012 by tubegirl93

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Denise Austin - Diet Rite - Volleyball (1991)

Diet Rite - Denise Austin - Vollyball (1991) - YouTube
Published on Sep 5, 2012 by tubegirl93

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Denise Austin - Ab Wave - 5 Minute Bon Voyage to Fat

Ab Wave - 5 Minute Bon Voyage to Fat - YouTube
Published on Sep 5, 2012 by abwavefitness

Hi I'm Denise Austin your Ab Wave expert. Welcome to my 5 minute Bon Voyage to fat workout. Where you'll sit and get fit. After you have assembled your Ab Wave you are ready to go. Remember go at your own pace and if ever you feel like it's too much just stop the movement and carefully stand up and get off the Ab Wave. As with any workout regimen you want to consult your Physician first. Also drink plenty of water and follow our Wave Goodbye nutritional plan to achieve all your fitness goals. So let's begin with a good warm up, take a deep breath bring in the oxygen and release any stress. Another deep breath, inhale, inhale deeply and exhale. Wonderful. Let's stretch the sides of the waistline as well as the back to warm it up, we're ready to go and stretch to the other side, stretch, feel the length through the spine, that's it, keep your body healthy, keep it nice and flexible. Now both arms all the way up, inhale and exhale to the side, now really stretch your body, feeling stretch, that's it and to the other side, to the other side, hold it, now hold it, take a deep breath, inhale and exhale.
Loose, easy and now relax your back by twisting slightly side to side keeping your knees bent to protect the spine. That's it just warm up the back, warm up the tummy that's it, you got it, twist side to side. Great, great for the waist line. Ok, now it's time to sit. Place yourself right in the middle of the Ab Wave, reach for those handles, sit up nice and tall. Sit back now into the handlebar behind, hold it and support your back to the support bar. Let's begin with the basics. All you do is an easy glide, it's side to side, simple, easy, you can do this, come on and this workout is only 5 minutes but if you do this any time throughout the day you will reach your goals, eating right, living healthy and working on that waistline. Ok now, take it to the next level. Bring your knees up a little more, get your feet off the floor, hold it up there, can you feel it, this'll really trim and slim the obliques, the side to the waistline, that's right and when you bring your knees up closer, higher, you're really working the lower tummy. Target tone the lower abs, that's right below the belly button, excellent, can you take it another level up? Straighten your legs, firming up the thighs, the sides of the waistline at the same time, plus notice it's gliding, it's simple and it's easy. You can do this, try to do it every day to see results. It's worth it, good, side to side, lower your tummy with straight legs, that's it, it's like a natural tummy tuck, pull in your tummy, zip up those abs, tighten up those abs while you're doing this, that's it, can you do one leg? That's it go side to side, great keep it up, it's worth it, you'll see results and now the other leg, good, you can do it just keep gliding, tighten up release. Now it's time to really trim and slim the waistline. Release right here, pull it in, turn, hold on to the handles and now you're ready to begin working the waistline, that's it, trim and slim. Hold it, side to side, now can you pull your knees a little closer up? That's great, I'm proud of you, it's worth it. You deserve to have a nice trim, slim waistline, that wonderful way to lose some inches around the belt. That's it, great. Now we're going to take it to the next level. All you're gonna do is a figure 8, slide and twist, slide now you're working the entire Ab Wave, that's it, this is so much fun. You're working the ab muscles, the core, the lower abs, the oblique muscles, pull in your tummy though, pull in your tummy, really glide it, that's it, great, use your waistline, you can do this, it's worth it, good. Now hold your knees up and go twist side to side, side to side good, you can do it, hold on firmly to the handles, that's it, come on twist, pull your knees in more, ooh, you can feel it, I can, yes, lean back a little more into the back, that's it and release. Wonderful, now slowly lean forward, stand all the way up, take a nice deep breath, you did it, inhale and exhale and stretch it all out, that's it, you really target toned the entire tummy area. You worked the core muscles, that's the key. Congratulations you just completed the 5 minute Bon Voyage to Fat workout, you did it. Keep it up and I'll see you next time. You can do it.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Denise Austin - Ab Wave - How to Navigate Your Ab Wave

Ab Wave - How to Navigate Your Ab Wave - YouTube
Published on Sep 5, 2012 by abwavefitness

Denise Hi I'm Denise Austin, your Ab Wave expert. Thank you for your purchase of the Ab Wave, the new and exciting way to sit and get fit. I'm gonna show you how to properly put together your machine so you can ride the wave to a new you. Don't forget to check out for more work out dvd's. Your Ab Wave comes with 4 main parts. The Ab Wave seat, 4 legs, 2 handlebars and your back support bar. The multifunctional computer and the resistance bands are optional and if you didn't already order them you can purchase them at You will notice that each of the legs has a number on it, 1, 2, 3 or 4. Slide the corresponding legs into the numbered slots that are under your Ab Wave seat. The handlebars are labeled right and left. Install the right handlebar to the right side of the Ab Wave seat using the screws that are already in the handlebar. Repeat this now for the left handlebar. Install your back support bar and simply secure and tighten using the screw knob. Your multifunctional computer connects to the wire that is underneath your left handlebar, right here. Make sure that they are securely connected and now turn on your computer and there you have it, your Ab Wave is ready to ride. Now I'm gonna show you how to get on and off your Ab Wave. Make sure you're holding on both handlebars, sit back, bend your knees and slowly sit up nice and tall. Now scoot yourself all the way back so the middle of your back is resting on your back support. Once you're firmly on the seat it's time now to sit and get fit. Now let's begin. Holding on, right here to the handlebars simply just move side to side, gliding and sliding back and forth. Make sure you're holding the handlebars the entire time. This will help isolate your core muscles, feeling it in your abs, the waistline, giving you that great workout. Ok, and come to a stop when you get to the middle. Continue to hold on to the handlebars until you're completely up and back on your feet. So let's get started on accomplishing your fitness goals. Now it's your turn, sit and get fit.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Denise Austin Asked How To Get Rid Of Flabby Arms On Befit's You Asked For It

VIDEO: Lionsgate BeFit's You Asked For It Tackles Toned Arms

Aug 31, 2012 03:26 PM ET
by Robyn Ross

How do you get rid of flabby arms without building up manly muscles? Celebrity fitness guru Denise Austin has the answer.

In this week's episode of Lionsgate BeFit's latest original program, You Asked For It, Austin explains to host Melana Scantlin how to use light weights to tone up. Also featured in the video is trainer Scott Herman who shares more advice on the topic.

VIDEO: Get Svelte Like a Soccer Star on This Week's Lionsgate BeFit's You Asked For It


You Asked For It: How to Get Great Arms - YouTube
Published on Aug 29, 2012 by BeFit

[00:27] Question 1: How can I get rid of flabby arms without gaining those manly muscles? (Denise Austin)
[01:20] Question 2: How to lose fat in specific areas like arms? (Scott Herman)
[02:10] Summary: Pregnancy Episode Round-Up

You Asked For It: Arms. In this episode of "You Asked For It", fitness experts Scott Herman and Denise Austin answer questions regarding weight loss and toning arms.
We ask the experts on how to get firm, strong arms without adding bulk. Learn why "gaining weight" while strengthening can be good for you. And find out why cardio plus circuit training like mountain climbers, jumping jacks and burpies are great for losing weight. Look and feel your best with your favorite fitness experts. Tune in every Thursday for new episodes where you can get helpful advice and find the answers you are looking for. Don't forget that you might get your questions answered too, by posting them in the comments below the weekly "You Asked For It" videos. For more of the "You Asked For It" series, click here:
Be sure to check BeFit's YouTube page here every Thursday for its newest episode.

This article also appeared on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Yahoo! TV and omg! from Yahoo!.