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Fitness Inspo Tricia Santos: In Love And Romance, Yes, I Believe In Forever!

'As cheesy as it sounds, when I look into someone's eyes, I want to see myself reflected back...'.....»»

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Fitness Inspo Tricia Santos: My New Project Is With A Local Skincare Brand!

'I love how they advocate loving the skin you were blessed with, which is such a positive and encouraging way to cultivate confidence in your own beauty...'.....»»

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Fitness Inspo: Couple In Love Gino Santos And EG Bautista On Body-Love

One thing they realized in their road to fitness is the importance of focusing on one’s progress......»»

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Fitness Inspo Tricia Santos: Health And Wellness Is An Inside Job!

'Body positivity is very crucial...'.....»»

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Hot Stuff: Meet Our Latest Fitness Inspo—Tricia Santos!

This chick's got everything!.....»»

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Love Actually: Mariel Rodriguez and Robin Padilla, from a Whirlwind Romance to a Beautiful Forever

They fell in love with each other fast—and hard. Six years later, Mr. and Mrs. Padilla's relationship just keeps on getting better and better every day......»»

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Beauty Inspo: Ace Your Base With These Products That Will Keep You Flawless All Day

If you love a flawless base, these products are for you!.....»»

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Beauty Inspo: Lou Yanong s No-To-Little Makeup Looks We Love

Because beauty is more than just a good contour.....»»

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PBA Finals: Emotional Jones tries to keep it cool vs. SMB

The constant theme for TNT opponents for the entire 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup has been simple: try to get into the head of Terrence Jones. That way, maybe one can slow the super import down. For Game 1 of the Finals, San Miguel Beer tried to do just that however, it wasn’t as effective as the Beermen would have hoped. Starting off the game with Christian Standhardinger marking him, then Arwind Santos, then Kelly Nabong, and finally Chris Ross, Jones still managed to shoot 61 percent from the field for 41 points to go along with 12 rebounds, eight assists, and three blocks. TNT got the Game 1 win. With all those defenders, Jones had minor incidents with almost all of them but easily was the most heated was the one against Chris Ross after Terrence hit him with an elbow resulting in an offensive foul. Ross didn’t appreciate it of course. “I don't know, I mean they called an offensive foul, and I guess he felt I was on him or something,” Jones said of Ross. “I tried to help him up to let him know that that wasn't intentional, but he didn't want my help. It's the playoffs, I don't really care,” he added. As opponents continue to try to get into his head, Jones says he’s trying his best to keep his calm. The KaTropa certainly need him on the floor in order to win this championship and it’s not like all the antics are new to Jones. It’s just a matter of him being calm and collected when the antics come. “I'm used to it, but you know, this is the championship, so I'm definitely emotional as well. I love to play the game, I want to win, so I'm here to not let anybody punk me, but I'm definitely, you know, trying to stay calm and stay poised to make sure I stay in the game for my team,” Jones said. “That's pretty much the only thing that, you know, teams try to do to make me not be as aggressive on offense. So you know, it comes within the game, and I'm ready for it,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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If Charo’s love life would be featured in MMK – 5 things it could reveal

Sometimes, the road to one's greatest love can be riddled with challenges, but in the end, it's all worth it. This is especially true for Charo Santos-Concio. Learn about her love story here......»»

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Love, lust, and digital dating: Men on the Bumble dating app aren t ready for the Queen bee

When love, lust, and all things in between come calling, dating apps appear to be the only way to meet new people and experience romance in 2019. They’re not of course, but social media and popular culture inundate us with messages about the importance of these seemingly easy and effective ........»»

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Fitness Inspo: The Secret To Dionne Monsanto s Amazing Bod!

The former PBB housemate shares the ultimate key to feeling good about your body!.....»»

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5-time All-Star Tulowitzki retires after leg injuries

By Jimmy Golen, Associated Press BOSTON (AP) — Troy Tulowitzki, a five-time All-Star with the Colorado Rockies who has missed most of the past two seasons with leg injuries, announced his retirement on Thursday, more than three months after he played in his last game for the New York Yankees. "For as long as I can remember, my dream was to compete at the highest level as a Major League Baseball player, to wear a big league uniform and play hard for my teammates and the fans," he said in a statement issued by the Yankees before a series against Boston. "I will forever be grateful for every day that I've had to live out my dream. It has been an absolute honor." Tulowitzki was NL Rookie of the Year runner-up in 2007, when he helped the Rockies reach the World Series for the only time in franchise history. He finished in the top 10 of the NL MVP voting three straight years from 2009-11; in all, he received MVP votes in six seasons. He was traded to Toronto in the middle of 2015 and hit .254 with 24 homers and 79 RBIs the next year, his last full season in the majors. He spent most of 2017 on the disabled list with and ankle injuries, and then missed all of last season with following April 2018 surgery on both heels. The Yankees signed him in the offseason, and he won the shortstop job in spring training while starter Didi Gregorius opened the season on the injured list following Tommy John surgery. But Tulowitzki lasted just five games before going on the IL himself, straining his left calf on April 3. "Even though injuries cut him short a little bit, it was a great career," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. "What I'll remember is obviously a great player and a guy that played shortstop, a great shortstop, but played it in such a unique way and with a flair. ... He looked at home out there playing shortstop." Tulowitzki finished with a .290 average, 225 homers and 780 RBIs in 13 seasons with Colorado (2006-15), Toronto (2015-17) and the Yankees. He is one of three shortstops in major league history to with at least 20 home runs and a .290 average in six different seasons; the others are Alex Rodriguez (seven) and Nomar Garciaparra (six). He wore No. 2 in honor of Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter. "I look forward to continuing my involvement in the game that I love. instructing and helping young players to achieve their goals and dreams," he wrote. "I'm saying goodbye to Major League Baseball, but I will never say goodbye 2 the game I love. Thanks again 2 all of you!".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 26th, 2019