Showgirl exercise secrets:
1. Glamour Squats
2. Showgirl Kicks
3. Vegas Lunges
4. Booty Shakers
Showgirl diet secrets
1. Use Smaller Sized Plates for Your Entree
Studies have shown that the larger plate we use, the more food we eat so you can use this tip to immediately save calories next time you're at the buffet.
2. Know Your Pasta
Showgirls don't have to give up eating pasta - even if it's late at night after their show. Here's how to enjoy pasta and still lose weight.
a) Choose red sauce over white sauce - red sauce has fewer calories (especially if very little oil is added)
b) Decrease the volume of noodles while increasing the veggies - you can save calories and feel full faster with less noodles and more low-calorie veggies
3. Enjoy Dessert
It's far better to enjoy one piece of cake or one flavor of ice cream than to sample from all 7 varieties. Another tip the showgirls use is to incorporate fruit with the desert. You can cut the cake in 1/2 or use just one scoop of ice cream and make up the volume with fresh berries, bananas, pineapple chunks, etc. You now have a very satisfying dessert with far fewer calories.
For more information on Dr. Scott Lewis and the "12 Minute Showgirl Workout" visit www.showgirlworkout.com.
About Dr. Scott Lewis:
Dr. Scott Lewis hypnotizes and trains Vegas Performers, Olympic Athletes, CEO's, and those Glamorous Showgirls to help them get (and stay) in shape.
Dr. Scott Lewis is a physician who also holds the distinction of having Las Vegas' longest-running hypnosis show. Lewis has a unique schedule, he sees patients during the day, then performs his popular comedy hypnosis show at the Riviera hotel at night. For tickets: http://ticket.lasvegas.net/Dr-Scotts-Comedy-Hypnosis-Las-Vegas-info.htm
Lewis holds a keen interest in clinical hypnosis. He has helped hundreds of people to break their bad fitness habits. He's also helped people to dramatically increase their incomes, enhance athletic performance, improve self-esteem and increase energy. Anyone can do this! (Quite a few show irls are 40+ years old. Lots of Moms grace the Vegas show stages, too! Most are college educated and some have day-time careers.)