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9/4/2010 Nicole Richie looks chic even when she goes to the grocery store, the mother-of-two, 28, tells the October issue of UK In Style, "I don’t think it’s as prepared as you’d think. I just grab whatever’s around and put it on," according to Britain's Daily Mail, which features excerpts from the article.
She says she's "pretty much a jeans and T-shirt type of girl and then I go from there."
"I collect a lot of vintage kimonos and vintage bed jackets," she says. "I’ll throw those on, and a lot of the time it will appear that I’m wearing a completely different outfit, but I’m not."
Her 2-year-old daughter Harlow, on the other hand, is different when it comes to getting dressed.
"[Harlow] picks her own clothes. It’s a 20-minute thing – it begins at 7:30 each morning," she says. "But it is what it is and it’s fine."
In the interview, Richie says she's also put an end to her wild partying days (in 2006, she pleaded guilty to DUI and served a brief stint in the slammer). "I got myself through it with the help of a lot of great people," she says.
She now prefers domestic life, making "home-cooked and very, very healthy" food for her family (which includes son Sparrow, who turns 1 this month).
"I don’t have a hat and apron, but I entertain at home a lot," she says. "I love cooking for other people."
Says Richie, "My house is pretty eclectic. I think it represents me well. It’s fun and comfortable at the same time and it’s a place where a lot of people like to be. It has a lot of people in and out all the time."
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How to get a great bikini body... FULL BODY TONERS Leap Frog Jumps Start standing with feet just wider than shoulder-width apart. Squat down, touching the floor, and then jump up as high as possible. Do three sets of eight jumps. A modification to this move is to simply squat and then jump up as high as possible.
Mountain Climbers Start in the plank push-up position. Bring one knee up towards the chest and back into the plank position, alternating each knee at a time. Flex your abdominals and keep your butt down in order to get the full effect of this exercise. A modification to this move is to stay standing up, and pull each knee up alternating one at a time. Keep your abdominals flexed here too and speed up the pace to increase your heart rate. Aim to bring up both legs 20 times (count to 40 for each leg counts). Do as many sets as possible, but a good number to shoot for is three sets.
Fast Feet and Jumping Jacks Rotation This is a cardio-boxing move. Standing with feet in a wide stance, move the feet just off the ground as fast as possible. Do these "fast feet" for eight counts and then do 16 jumping jacks. Turn to your right for eight counts of fast feet then 16 jumping jacks again. Continue these two moves at the front, then side, back, side and then the front again. This is guaranteed to make you sweat!
ARMS Tricep Dips Find a bench nearby, and rather than sitting on it, rest your hands on the bench and extend your legs out onto the ground. Lower yourself towards the ground with your hands still resting on the edge of the bench. Each time you dip yourself towards the ground, that is one repetition. Do 3 sets of 12 dips. Med Ball Obliques Find a ball or weight to hold. Sit on the ground with your legs slightly bent, in front of your body. Hold the ball (or weight) in front of you and touch the ball to the right side of the ground, then switch it to the left. This is one repetition. Start with ten repetitions. Rest for five seconds, and then do nine repetitions. Continue counting down until you get to zero.
Front and Side Boxing Kicks Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and bring one leg up 90 degrees. Extend the leg fully in front of you, keeping shoelaces facing the ceiling. Then bring your leg back down to starting position. Do the same on the left. Alternate each front kick, left and right for eight kicks on each leg (16 kicks total). Try to complete three sets of 16 kicks. The alternation will require balance and core stability that will help tone each muscle in the abdomen. For the side kicks, bring the leg up the same as with front kicks, but this time make sure your shoelaces are facing front, NOT the ceiling. Alternate these kicks from left to right, 8 kicks on each leg (16 total). Try to complete three sets of 16 kicks.
GLUTES & THIGHS Power Squats Holding your feet just wider than shoulder-width apart, go into a squat slowly (keep your back straight and your butt back—you should always be able to wiggle your toes!). Coming up from the squat, jump and clap twice. Squats will work the gluteus, but the jump up from the squat will really work on the quadriceps and thighs. Do 4 sets of 10 repetitions.
Front and Side Boxing Kicks Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and bring one leg up 90 degrees. Extend the leg fully in front of you, keeping your shoelaces facing the ceiling. Then bring your leg back down to starting position. Do the same on the left. Alternate each front kick, left and right for 8 kicks on each leg (16 kicks total). Try to complete three sets of 16 kicks. The alternation will require balance and core stability that will help tone each muscle in the abdomen.
For the side kicks, bring the leg up the same as with front kicks, but this time make sure your shoe laces are facing front, NOT the ceiling. Alternate these kicks from left to right, eight kicks on each leg (16 total). Try to complete three sets of 16 kicks.
Sources:Kelsey Martin, UMD senior and certified group fitness instructor