Apparently, posing for yoga photos is the hot new thing for reality TV stars. Heidi Montag did it (while the yoga was minimal, the breast shots were not). Kim Kardashian did a yoga photo shoot in her backyard (backyard is not a euphemism. I mean, in the actual backyard of her actual house). And now...Snookie is in on the game. Low cut top, check. Awkward looking poses, check. Black yoga sneakers, check. Wait? Black yoga sneakers? Yes. Apparently Snookie does yoga with shoes on.
The folks at GQ gave the dudes of "Jersey Shore" a gym attire makeover. Full-size before and after pictures after the jump. Of note, shiny silver lamé basketball short manpris are (shockingly!) not GQ approved. Apparently, upgrading your gym wardrobe can also prevent awkward pointing at the camera behavior.
If "The Situation's" two-minute workout video left you wanting more, you're in luck. Mike Sorrentino's 50-minute workout video hits stores this holiday season. Apparently, a trainer named Jon ‘The Unit’ Manfe consulted on the video, so it's, like, official.
Last we checked in with JWoww, she was wearing a not-exactly-supportive tube top on a treadmill in Miami. Now, the application form she filled out back when she was auditioning for "Jersey Shore" has made it to the web. New revelations: JWoww does yoga. Or wait, let's let her say it in her own words:
- Q: "Do you have any other jobs/hobbies?"
- A: "Yoga, movies, owning two businesses, bartending at cigar lounge, I run s**t."
Also of note should you ever hope to be cast in a reality TV Show, two telling bullet points from the producer's comments: "Cut off BF [Boyfriend's] fingers with a sword" followed immediately by "A+" (via Yoga Dork)
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino from Jersey Shore is the new official face of NoX Edge" chewable tablets, which he apparently chews before every workout to dilate his blood vessels and load him up with nitric oxide. In the words of the tablet maker GNC, all that nitric oxide leads to a "perpetually pumped-up physique." Which sounds less like a condition to encourage and more like a disorder doctors might seek to cure.