Get That Body in Shape Soldier!
Super Body Boot Camp – Burn it and Firm it are two 60 minute no-nonsense workouts designed to get you in the best shape of your life! Alternating between kickboxing, sports- conditioning, strength training and fun-to-do army drills. We had so much fun filming these particular DVDs, I’m sure this will inspire you to keep working out with us and achieve your goals.
Hot Mom’s of the World Unite!
Hot Mom’s HandbookThe long awaited book is now finally on shelves, it’s definitely a must for all Mothers. The beautiful Jessica Denay has done an outstanding job we’re all very proud of her!
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Read the first chapter! “B.C.- Before Child”
The Hot Mom’s Handbook is the official guide to the “Hot Mom” movement and the ultimate resource for any mom who refuses to check her sense of style and sexuality at the white picket fence! This handbook tosses all those “mom” stereotypes right out the minivan window and reveals the eight secrets guaranteed to transform every mom into a Hot Mom!
With insights from Jessica Denay’s personal journey, this handbook holds lighthearted advice, stories, and quotes from unique and inspirational Hot Moms from all walks of life.
Celebrity Hot Mom contributors include: Lauren Holly, Kelly Preston, Cher, Niki Taylor, Holly Robinson Peete, Kathie Lee Gifford, Carnie Wilson, Meredith Brooks, and many more!
Hot Moms Handbook Reviews:
“A Nurturing, Uplifting Take on Contemporary Motherhood” (c) 2006 Christine Louise Hohlbaum
This book made me want to get up and dance!
Organically tapping into our own creativity is what Hot Moms are all about. Forget the Mommy Wars, the stereotypes and the cultural dissonance which disempowers our vision. The Hot Mom’s Handbook uplifts our maternal spirits, raises us above burned dinners and household chores to our higher selves, the people we’ve always been but have forgotten amidst the dirty laundry and mile-long list of commitments.
The book is divided into eight chapters with reflective questions, commitments and pages for journal-like entries at the end of each. It is reminiscent of Sarah Ban Breathnach’s Gratitude journals, but The Hot Mom’s Handbook has a tighter focus. It’s all about moms and how we can live more powerful lives.
My favorite line was from Chapter Six, “Every Mom has an Inner Siren”:
“Think you don’t have an ‘inner siren’? Every woman has one. She may be buried behind those clothes you just sniffed and pulled from the hamper, but I promise, she’s in there, and it’s time to let her loose!”
This book shares testimonials from astounding women whose insight into contemporary motherhood will leave you with a warm feeling. At times I laughed out loud. What a relief! I’m allowed time away from the kids, guilt free. It sounds simple, and it is. But you wouldn’t believe how much we mothers need to hear it to truly believe it. This book assures us moms that we are on the right path to reclaiming our rights as individuals.
After all, moms are the most creative people around. We create life. Thankfully, we have Hot Moms to remind us we create ourselves, and our attitudes, too.
Christine Louise Hohlbaum, American author of Diary of a Mother and SAHM I Am: Tales of a Stay-at-Home Mom in Europe