Monday, February 23, 2015

Confirmed: Denise Austin And Her Daughter Katie Appearing On The Doctors

Via: Denise Austin's Facebook account:

Great Day... Filmed the TV show The Doctors today with my daughter, Katie.. So amazing to share this experience with my her! I'll let you know when it airs...

Thurday, February 9, 2015 at 5:27pm


In my last blog post, I covered how Katie Austin mentioned that the episode will air in March of this year.

Denise Austin And Her Daugter Katie To Appear On The Doctors

Denise Austin's 10 Week, 360 Plan Promos

Denise Austin's 10 Week, 360 Plan - YouTube

Published on Feb 20, 2015 by Denise Austin

Fitness icon Denise Austin's 10-Week, 360 Plan leads you on a journey to a happy, healthy and fit life. Lose up to 25 pounds in 10 weeks with workouts, meal plans and plenty of motivation to keep you going. Join today at

Denise Austin's 10-Week, 360 Plan - YouTube

Published on Feb 20, 2015 by Denise Austin

Fitness icon Denise Austin takes you on a 10-week journey to a happy, healthy and fit lifestyle, with workouts, customized meal plans and lots of motivation to get you there. Sign up today for a free trial at

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Denise Austin And Her Daugter Katie To Appear On The Doctors

Katie Austin uploaded a picture to Instagram announcing she and her mother Denise Austin will be appearing in an episode of The Doctors which will air in March 2015.

My first NATIONAL talk show ever!!! What an amazing experience to be with my mom and talk about following in her footsteps. The episode will air on CBS in March!😊


Monday, February 16, 2015

Denise Austin On NBC TODAY Show

4 workout moves to tone waist, arms, abs, booty

Feb. 16, 2015

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Video: Fitness expert Denise Austin shows Kathie Lee and Hoda a few workout exercises to help the ladies get ready for sleeveless dresses and shorts when spring comes in a few months.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Missing Footage From Denise Austin's Daily Workout Epcot Episode

Denise Austin from Disneys Epcot Center - YouTube

Published on Feb 14, 2015 by The Gap

Denise Austin thigh gap and cameltoe video from Disney Epcot Center her infamous tight white shorts

Denise Austin from Epcot Part two inner thigh workout - YouTube

Published on Feb 14, 2015 by The Gap

The missing footage from Denise Austin at Epcot in her cameltoe bearing white shorts

Denise Austin Thigh Gap Frame by Frame - YouTube

Published on Feb 14, 2015 by The Gap

Highlights of Denise Austin's thigh Gap cameltoe from Epcot Center

Camel Toe

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Denise Austin To Appear On TODAY

The NBC morning television show TODAY is scheduled to have Denise Austin appear on Monday, February 16, 2015, according to the website Broadway World.

Monday, February 16


(10-11 a.m.) Christina Bianco on Application Pending. Libby Langdon's quick décor tricks. Exercising with Denise Austin.

Friday, February 13, 2015

Denise Austin Turns 58

UPI Almanac for Friday, Feb. 13, 2015

The Dresden firestorm begins, commuter plane hits house near Buffalo ... on this date in history.

By United Press International   |   Feb. 13, 2015 at 3:30 AM

Today is Friday, Feb. 13, the 44th day of 2015 with 321 to follow.
The moon is waning. Morning stars are Mercury and Saturn. Evening stars are Jupiter, Mars, Neptune Uranus and Venus.

Those born on this date are under the sign of Aquarius. They include Bess Truman, wife of former U.S. President Harry Truman, in 1885; artist Grant Wood in 1891; writer Georges Simenon in 1903; golf Hall of Fame member Patty Berg in 1918; singer "Tennessee" Ernie Ford in 1919; football Coach Eddie Robinson in 1919; pilot Chuck Yeager, the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound, in 1923 (age 92); actor Kim Novak in 1933 (age 82); actor George Segal in 1934 (age 81); actor Oliver Reed in 1938; musician Peter Tork of the Monkees in 1942 (age 73); actor Carol Lynley in 1942 (age 73); talk show host Jerry Springer in 1944 (age 71); actor Stockard Channing in 1944 (age 71): singer Peter Gabriel (Genesis) in 1950 (age 65); actor David Naughton in 1951 (age 64); Hall of Fame basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski in 1947 (age 68); fitness activist Denise Austin in 1957 (age 58).

On this date in history:

In 1635, the Boston Latin School was founded. (It is the oldest public school in the United States.)

In 1668, Portugal was recognized as an independent nation by Spain.

In 1861, the first Medal of Honor was awarded. It went to Col. Bernard Irwin, an assistant surgeon serving in the first major U.S..Army-Apache conflict.

In 1945, thousands of Allied planes started bombing the German city of Dresden in World War II. The attack caused a firestorm that destroyed the city over a three-day period. (Reports of the death toll varied widely over the years, with many researchers eventually estimating it was in the 25,000 range.)

In 1960, France tested its first atomic weapon.

In 1974, the Soviet Union expelled dissident writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

In 1984, Konstantin Chernenko succeeded the late Yuri Andropov as Soviet leader.

In 2001, more than 400 people were killed in an earthquake in El Salvador.

In 2006, a U.N. report accused the United States of violating prisoners' rights at its military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

In 2009, a Continental airlines turboprop commuter plane crashed into a house near Buffalo, N.Y., killing 50 people, including one person in the house.

In 2013, authorities announced that 10 police officers in the Atlanta area had been charged with taking payoffs to protect a drug gang. The U.S. attorney in the city said "the breadth of corruption is troubling."

In 2014, the Afghan government, despite protests from the U.S. military, released 65 suspected members of the Taliban from prison.

A thought for the day: U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., said, "I hope for an America where we can all contend freely and vigorously, but where we will treasure and guard those standards of civility which alone make this nation safe for both democracy and diversity."

Denise Austin Old - Pictures

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Denise Austin Workout Montage HD

DeniseAustin Workout Montage HD 1 - YouTube

Published on Feb 11, 2015 by Denise Austin

Here's a montage of a few of the workout videos in my brand new 10-Week, 360° Plan!

Denise Austin: Boot Camp - Total Body Blast

Boot Camp Total Body Blast Workout: Denise Austin- Complete Fitness Series - YouTube

Published on Feb 11, 2015 by BeFiT
Boot Camp Total Body Blast Workout: Denise Austin- Complete Fitness Series is a full 51 minute weight loss workout that employs high intensity cardio interval training featuring elements of kickboxing, sports drills, stretching and strength exercises to burn fat, build lean muscle, boost the metabolism and tone the body from head to toe. Turn up the heat with America’s Favorite Fitness Icon, Denise Austin, as she coaches you through heart-pounding moves to ignite your weight loss potential and engage the arms, chest, shoulders, back, legs, abs, core butt and thighs for a full body tune-up. Let Denise Austin be your personal drill sergeant as she helps you to transform your body into a fat-burning furnace with dynamic intervals of punches, kicks, and power drills. Banish flab, burn mega calories and sculpt a champion body with Denise’s unique blend of cardio, strength training and fun! -Cardio Boot Camp Section: Blast into shape with this high-energy workout that interchanges short bursts of cardio with longer workout periods that combine kickboxing, sports drills, and calorie-crunching calisthenics. -Strength Bootcamp Section: Experience another level of interval training with this explosive workout that alternates strengthening exercises with heart-pounding cardio boosts to incinerate fat and keep your heart rate soaring. -Flexibility Section: Look and feel better than ever with this series of active and isolated stretching moves that are designed to improve your posture, flexibility, and overall athletic performance.

You will need a set of dumbbells, a yoga mat, a towel and a bottle of water to complete this routine that can be modified to fit any skill level by adjusting weight and reps.