Christina Aguilera Shows Off Major Weight Loss, Skinny Body at The Voice Event

Christina Aguilera was under plenty of public scrutiny last fall after showing off a fuller figure.

“She believes in exercise that she enjoys, doing strength work as opposed to intense cardio.” Christina Aguilera was under plenty of public scrutiny last fall after showing off a fuller figure. Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images The singer has been showing off a slimmer figure in recent weeks, and made headlines when she debuted an estimated 20-pound weight loss on The Voice season four finale on June 18, when she performed opposite Pitbull for her No.1 hit “Feel This Moment.” “I’m the type of person that I cannot live in front of a camera 24 hours a day,” the “Your Body” singer told reporters on Saturday. “I have to take breaks and stay connected with myself, and I think it’s important so that you can then be your best on-camera and find your own happiness with it.” PHOTOS: Christina Aguilera’s style evolution Last fall, Aguilera faced major scrutiny over her fluctuating weight, leading co-coach Adam Levine to speak up in her defense during a Q&A in New York City on Oct. 26. “The one thing about culture right now, celebrity culture particularly, is people feel like they can just say nasty things about other people, whether it’s Christina or whether it’s me,” he said at the time.

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I was feeling particularly bloated on the day, so I asked my girlfriend to take a before shot, he writes. I then shaved my head, face and chest and prepared for the after shot, which was about an hour after I took the before shot. I did a few push ups and chin ups, tweaked my bedroom lighting, sucked in, tightened my abs and BOOM! We got our after shot, Dixon continues. This is how weight loss companies sell illusions to wannabe-slimmers: the illusion that weight loss can be effortless and, at the same time, very quick. Neither applies in real life, Dixon says. To stay in shape and be healthy in real life, you must eat right and take proper care of your body. This can only happen in time, not overnight but dont despair and turn to cheats like those weight loss companies promise you. Don’t try to look like anyone you see in a transformation photo.

Dieting for Dollars (or maybe a movie ticket)

Mark Munoz Talks Dieting With RM Sports, Exclusive Video

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Chronic Dieting and Exercising

Weidman . Munoz, a former wrestling standout, battled weight-gain and depression last year following a loss to Chris Weidman, the new UFC middleweight champion. He has been rumored for a meeting with Michael Bisping later this year. Recently, Ricky Lee of RM Sports caught up with Munoz to discuss his dieting during fight week. Check out the interview in the video below: Follow FightLine.com on Twitter by clicking the “Follow” button below:

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Chronic dieting and exercising is usually the first step to developing an eating disorder. Typically, those who suffer from an eating disorder will begin to exercise vigorously after each meal in hopes to burn off the calories that were just digested. However, dieting as soon as you are done eating only reduces the calories intake by 50%. As we are eating our body automatically starts to collect and digest the calories. The health effects of chronic exercising are: Dehydration