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People Wellness Special 2016

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fit & fabulous

EAT•SLEEP•MOVE•MEDITATE•GET INSPIRED!In Fighting Form at 46Even though Gabrielle Reece no longer plays volleyball professionally, she still sticks to a "pretty rigorous workout schedule" and says that she's "very aggressive about continuing to move. Three days a week I do a circuit, and I do underwater pool training three days a week." Reece also doesn't see getting older as a reason to slow down—in fact she sees staying active as an important aspect of aging in good health. "People think as you age you should back off, but we should do high-impact workouts," she says. "It's good for your bones, it's good for your muscles."We Tried It: Healthy Food DeliveryEating right is easier when the food comes to you! Staffers rate these recipes and premeals sent straight to your doorBLUE APRONPrice:…

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lea michele serenity now

Working on Broadway since she was 8 years old gave Lea Michele a solid foundation for a healthy lifestyle. "It was so good for my body," she says. "I was so physically active. There's nothing like that weekly schedule. And I never limited myself about food." So when Michele moved out to Los Angeles at 21 to film the first season of Glee, and her diet of pasta and bagels was replaced with kale and tofu, the actress was shocked to realize she was actually gaining weight. "I had more time in my trailer, more time in my car and less time walking around," she says. "That's when I realized how important it was for me, personally, to include activities and movement in my daily life." Now, after a bit…

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better together

BRODY JENNER, 33, & KAITLYNN CARTER, 28The California couple show off their toned tums as they paddle their way back to shore in Malibu.MATT BELLAMY, 38, & ELLE EVANS, 26Only the Muse frontman and his model girlfriend can make sand socks look this cool while playing volleyball in Malibu.PRINCESS KATE, 34, & PRINCE WILLIAM, 34Never too old for a snowball fight! The royal pair get playful during their annual family ski trip in the French Alps.CLAIRE DANES, 37, & HUGH DANCY, 41The Homeland actress and her Hannibal husband have a beachside sweat sesh while jogging in Santa Monica.MEL B, 41, & STEPHEN BELAFONTE, 41The singer enjoys a tandem Jet Ski ride with her husband off the coast of Ibiza, Spain.HUGH GRANT, 55, & ANNA ELISABET EBERSTEINIt's a match for Grant…

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my healthy habits

TRACEE ELLIS ROSSTracee Ellis Ross has always been an athlete. "Growing up, I ran track and cross-country, and I loved it," she says. "I'm a really competitive person, and it's one of my favorite ways to push myself." Now the Black-ish actress, 43, also relies on trainer Tracy Anderson to keep her body looking like it did when she was in her early 20s. "I really thought that when I turned 35, I would have to stop showing my upper thigh and stop wearing tank tops," she says. But after Anderson, "my shape sort of snatched itself up in the way that I love. I'm toned, but I'm not cut up. I like a little jiggle."(JUSTIN COIT/TRUNK ARCHIVE)JESSICA ALBALike many working moms, Jessica Alba, 35, says that her biggest challenge…

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what i eat in a day

MODELhailey clauson'I cook my own food and am looking for new ways to eat clean,' says the 5'11" Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model, 21. 'I box for cardio and toning 5 or 6 times a week. It's a great way to relieve stress'HYDRATION101 oz. bottled waterBREAKFASTBob's Red Mill gluten-free oatmeal, with almond butter, bananas, blueberries and cinnamon; 1 cup of green teaPOST-GYM SNACKFairlife chocolate milkSNACKGreen juice with kale, cucumber, green apple, lemonLUNCHHarvest salad with cranberries, walnuts, beets, apples, goat cheese and balsamic dressing; water with lemonSNACKHummus with bell peppersDINNERSalmon and asparagus; quinoatotal calories: 1,683THE VERDICT"Real fruit and cinnamon as natural sweeteners, instead of brown sugar, adds vitamins, minerals and fiber, and green tea gives a healthy, gentle caffeine boost without the jitters," says Chicago-based dietitian Dawn Jackson Blatner. "Chocolate milk…

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jenna wolfe on the move

I like to work out five days a week, says Wolfe. Id say 90 percent of my exercises dont require equipment. Living in the city, I walk a mile or two a day so if I cant get to the gym, its okay.The former Today show weekend anchor has reinvented herself as a licensed personal trainer. It was a plan she hatched some 15 years ago when, she says, "I sort of woke up and realized that we have the ability to control nothing in our lives except our bodies!" Back then her first client was a friend who needed to get in shape for her wedding. "She lost 18 lbs. and looked amazing," says Wolfe, 42. "I fell in love with the transformation process." Wolfe, who exited NBC last…

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