Alessandra Amoroso sempre più magra. Ecco il suo segreto.

La seguitissima cantante di “Amici di Maria De Filippi” Alessandra Amoroso svela i segreti della sua silhouette, la quale negli anni è divenuta sempre più tonica e asciutta. Scopriamo insieme come ottenere un fisico magro come il suo



L’attuale Alessandra Amoroso è decisamente più magra e gracile della cantante rotondetta che 7 anni fa ha vinto il programma televisivo “Amici di Maria De Filippi”. Questo evidente cambiamento non è passato inosservato agli occhi dei numerosi fan che la seguono costantemente e appassionatamente dai suoi esordi.

 Alcuni dei suddetti fan hanno addirittura manifestato espressamente una certa nostalgia nei confronti della “vecchia” Alessandra Amoroso, la qual sfoggiava un viso più pienotto e salutare. Un numero altrettanto notevole di fan, invece, invidia la sua impeccabile forma fisica e vorrebbe conoscere tutti i segreti della sua dieta e/o attività fisica.


Intervistata recentemente a svariati talk show televisivi, come “Verissimo” condotto da Silvia Toffanin, la cantante 30enne ha svelato i segreti della sua forma fisica, soddisfando la curiosità di tutti i suoi fan in ascolto. A suo dire, l’alimentazione che conduce non sta subendo particolari restrizioni alimentari, tantomeno sta seguendo diete drastiche e fai-da-te.


Alessandra Amoroso ha per di più raccontato ai giornalisti della nota rivista “Gente” che, in quanto in possesso del diploma per insegnare la Zumba Fitness, si diletta a trascorrere molte ore a settimana nella pratica di questa attività/danza. Per chi non fosse adeguatamente informato in merito a tale attività fisica, la Zumba Fitness permette di bruciare dalle 300 alle 600 kcal a lezione.


Si definisce una grande amante del cibo e non rinuncerebbe mai e poi mai ai piaceri della tavola, per cui la sua dieta consiste in una semplice alimentazione equilibrata senza particolari privazioni. A dimostrazione del suo amore per il cibo, ha persino asserito di voler aprire un ristorante di cucina salentina se mai la sua carriera musicale dovesse subire un improvviso declino.


Il suo particolare riguardo nei confronti della forma fisica e dello sport non le impedisce di concedersi occasionalmente uno dei suoi piatti preferiti, ovvero sia i cavatelli ai frutti di mare.

New Breakthrough Allows Women to Get Fuller Lips at Home

At a small laboratory in Utah, one skincare researcher has stumbled on a breakthrough that’s poised to change the way thin, aging lips are treated.

Victoria Renee, a Utah local and skincare researcher, has found new fame since her unexpected discovery. “I can’t believe how many calls I’m getting, or how many interviews I’m giving. It’s been crazy.”

At a press conference yesterday, Renee revealed a simple — yet remarkably effective — solution to a problem that affects so many women: thinning lips.

“During aging, lips lose volume dramatically. They also get dry, creased, and wrinkled,” said Renee. “But at our Salt Lake City lab, we’ve found a way to restore full, plump, youthful lips, at any age.”

When asked if the solution involved injections, doctor’s appointments, or expensive devices, Renee told the captivated audience: “Absolutely not.”

What she came up with is unlike any other lip plumping solution to date. The key? It uses the same technology medical practitioners use to plump lips. “Most plumping products irritate lips to make them temporarily well,” Renee said to the crowd of reporters and fellow researchers. “What this formula does is use advanced volumizing technology, similar to what a doctor would use, but in an at-home solution anyone can easily use.”

As Renee described how these doctor-grade “super-nutrients” can easily give lips both instant and long-term plumping, a number of industry experts in the crowd appeared noticeably shocked.

Hours after the press conference, the Renee released a video presentation to the public, explaining exactly how her new solution lip-plumping works — and how anyone can use it.

By the end of the day, the video had hit “viral” status on several social media outlets. One viewer commented: I’m surprised by how simple and effective this solution looks. I can’t wait to try it!

Many of the researchers we spoke to after the conference remained curious. “Scientifically speaking, this could be very exciting,” said one Santa Barbara-based researcher. “If it works as described, it could change the way we approach the problems of aging altogether.”

Adam Peaty: The secrets to swimming success

Few athletes break world records. Fewer manage to do it twice — on the same day.

But Adam Peaty is no normal athlete. Aged just 22, the British swimmer picked up two gold medals in the 50 and 100m breaststroke events at the recent World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, and a silver in the 4x100m freestyle relay.

It was his 50m performances that really caught the eye, as Peaty broke his own world record first in the semifinals, and then again in the final, becoming the first man ever to go sub 26 seconds in the process.

“It’s unreal,” Peaty, who also won gold in the 100m breaststroke at last year’s Olympics, told CNN World Sport.

“I got there in the morning and was quite tired from the 100m. I just dived in and when I touched the other side, I was like ‘Oh my God, I’ve just gone under 26 seconds. I’ve just smashed my world record from two years ago.’

“I was just so tired from semifinal, but I got this urge from what I wanted and just took myself back to what I wanted from the sport and thought: ‘I’ve come this far, why not push on again?'”
And push on he did.

Despite narrowly missing out on a world record in the 100m, Peaty’s dominance of the event is such that he has now recorded each of the 10 fastest-ever times over the distance.

Secrets to success

So what’s his secret? Hard work, mainly. Which means “smashing it” in training.

“35 hours a week, six hours a day,” says Peaty. “Absolutely killing training each day. I can’t explain how much I do. You’d have to see it in person.

“If you’re down at 5% energy, you’ve got to find that 95% and get up there. That’s going to make the difference between coming fourth and breaking world records.”

But he’s got another secret, too, and that concerns his technique.

During the world championships, fellow swimmer Cameron can der Burgh said his rival was “swimming a new kind of stroke — a metamorphosis between butterfly and breast.”

Peaty, the envy of his fellow competitors, is revolutionizing the sport of swimming.

“A lot of breaststrokers are very tense, go in the gym and try and build as much muscle as possible,” says Peaty.
“But you want the complete opposite of that. Obviously you want the muscle, but you’ve got to be relaxed.”

Looking ahead

After already winning his first gold medal aged 21, Peaty is now eying success at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

“Obviously I’ve got to celebrate what I did in Budapest. For now it’s all about chocolate cake and relaxing.

“But when I’m back to it, I’m back to it. I’ll smash training, absolutely. But for me, it’s not a problem peaking for Tokyo, it’s what I do.

“I’ve got a good support team behind me to make sure I get there.”

Wayne Rooney retires from international football

Rejuvenated after his return to boyhood club Everton, Wayne Rooney has called time on his international career with England.

The 31-year-old Rooney, who scored his 200th Premier League goal on Monday in the 1-1 draw against Manchester City, has netted in both of Everton’s league games in a promising start to the season for the Merseyside club.

“Leaving Manchester United was a tough call but I know I made the right decision in coming home to Everton,” said Rooney, who scored 53 times in 119 games for England, in a statement on his website.

“Now I want to focus all my energies on helping them be successful.”
Rooney began his career with Everton, before joining United in 2004. He made his return to Everton in the summer transfer window having becoming sidelined at Old Trafford.


Former England international Gary Lineker has described Rooney as “one of Britain’s top 10 ever” players.

However, England has historically struggled at international level — the country last won the world Cup in 1966 — and Rooney was unable to change that dynamic.

I will always remain a passionate England fan,” added Rooney. “One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side.

“Hopefully the exciting players Gareth is bringing through can take that ambition further and I hope everyone will get behind the team.”

Rooney came to international prominence when he made his major tournament debut as an 18-year-old at Euro 2004, though he broke a bone in his foot in the quarterfinals against Portugal.