Sep 16, 2020
Lauren Simpson Shows Off Busty Cleavage In Low-Cut Bra For Latest Workout Videos
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Fitness model Lauren Simpson posted a new workout series to her Instagram page in which she demonstrated several exercises both at the gym and at home to teach her trainees how to adapt between the two environments. She chose a daring sports bra for the home set, which left little of her busty cleavage to the imagination.
In the home portion of the clips, Lauren sported an all-black outfit. The top scooped low on her chest and included a small cut out along the base. She gave viewers an eyeful of her rounded cleavage while also flaunting her chiseled arms, shoulders, and back. A large gap between her top and bottom halves showed off her taut abs. Lauren paired the bra with skintight booty shorts that rose to her belly button and extended to just below her backside. The shorts highlighted the curves of her hips and backside while leaving the bulk of her muscular legs exposed.
To complete the outfit, Lauren wore a pair of white sneakers. She styled her long, blond tresses in a low, braided ponytail that trailed down her back.
In the gym portion of the videos, Lauren chose a mint-green sports bra and booty shorts. The top included spaghetti straps and hugged her chest, also giving viewers an eyeful of her enviable abdomen. The shorts emphasized her sculpted booty. For footwear, Lauren went with a pair of white tennis shoes. She scooped her tresses back into a ponytail that extended down to her waist.View this post on Instagram
GYM VS HOME ????????♀️???? ???????? – Here are some exercise modifications for you to use if you don’t have access to certain machines or equipment at this time but still want to get in an effective session.???????? – I hope this video comes in handy..especially at a time like now! Hit SAVE & TAG a friend who might find this helpful. ????????♥️ – – 1️⃣ ALTERNATING LAT PULLDOWN >>> LYING BAND ALTERNATING PULLDOWN. – 2️⃣ SEATED ROW >>> BAND ROW. – 3️⃣ BENT OVER CABLE REAR DELT FLYE >>> BAND REAR DELT FLYE – 4️⃣ ABDUCTOR MACHINE back leaning + forward leaning >>> SEATED BAND ABDUCTOR back leaning + forward leaning. – 5️⃣ ONE ARM CABLE LATERAL RAISE >>> ONE ARM BAND LATERAL RAISE. – – My HOME & GYM programs are available to start now. SHRED OR BIKINI BUILD! ???????? whatever your goal – I got you! – Link in my bio @laurensimpson
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The first video clip featured Lauren performing the alternating lat pulldown at the gym and the lying band alternating pulldown at home. The second exercise was the seated row vs. the band row, followed by the bent-over cable rear delt fly vs. the band rear delt fly. Next came the abductor machine vs. the seated abductor, and finally, the one-arm cable lateral raise paired with the banded lateral raise.
The main difference between many of the exercises was that at the gym, trainees could make use of more sophisticated equipment and machines, while at home, they added resistance to the moves with an elastic band.
In the caption, Lauren wrote that her motivation for the post was to provide her followers with exercise modifications to use if they don’t have access to certain machines or equipment but still want to get in an effective session.
The post earned several thousand likes and dozens of comments within the first day.
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J-pop stars Arashi release English surprise before hiatus
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Japanese pop sensation Arashi has a big surprise for fans as they near their planned hiatus at year’s end: a collaboration with Bruno Mars on their first all-English single.
The band told The Associated Press the multi-Grammy Award-winning musician delved into their back catalogue to understand their unique sound while working on the single that was released last week.
“He took into consideration that we are going on hiatus,” said Jun Matsumoto, adding he feels their song, “Whenever You Call,” will appeal to both their hardcore fans and “those who do not know about us.”
“We have been releasing music only in Japanese,” Sho Sakurai explained. “In that sense, foreign audiences who can understand Japanese could recognize us. But this time we sang the song in English. Bruno provided us the opportunity to reach out to a foreign audience.”
The group, which also includes Satoshi Ohno, Masaki Aiba and Kazunari Ninomiya, embodied their name — Arashi means storm — by becoming one of Japan’s boyband legends and maintaining their crown for more than two decades.
Their greatest hits album “5×20 All the BEST!! 1999-2019″ sold 3.3 million copies and was last year’s bestselling album worldwide, surpassing both BTS and Taylor Swift.
The band has released over 400 songs, sold over 41 million records and performed for 14 million people, according to their label, and they’ve also had parts in movies, Japanese dramas and shows, and commercials.
Despite their success, Arashi shocked fans by announcing their hiatus, halting all band activities at the end of this year.
The Netflix documentary about the band shows it wasn’t an easy decision. In “Arashi’s Diary -Voyage-,” Sakurai said his hands were “trembling” as he wrote down potential options, including disbanding and hiatus.
Naturally, questions about their life after hiatus have been dogging the band, but they said they don’t really know. “I haven’t been exactly thinking about it (the future) nor have time to think about it. (The upcoming) three or four months will be an extremely busy time for us so we are unable to think that far,” Aiba told AP.
Sakurai hinted the members might not pursue solo music careers after the hiatus.
“There are things that won’t be accomplished if there aren’t these five members. To simply put, it’d be like singing, dancing, connecting through music, et cetera,” he said. “I think these things are difficult to pursue individually.”
As for the most memorable moments from their career, Aiba fondly recalled concerts in Japanese National Stadium and Hawaii. Matsumoto described a trip to Los Angeles around two years ago, when they revisited and took identical photos at places they visited 20 years ago.
With about three months left until their hiatus, the band is keeping busy despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Matsumoto said the band is considering a livestreaming concert.
“I want to deliver our music to as many people as possible, so we are working hard on it,” he told the AP.
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