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Daily Caller: Fox News correspondent embraces yoga
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Fox News correspondent embraces yoga
Yoga isn’t just for suburban housewives, Californians or fit 20-somethings. Fox News national correspondent Catherine Herridge admits to using the trendy practice as a way to calm down.
Ms. Herridge, whose new book “The Next Wave: On the Hunt for Al Qaeda’s American Recruits” details the threats from al Qaeda, recently told liberal publication Politico that she turned to Bikram Yoga when the terrifying nature of her reporting became too stressful.
“The kind of reporting I do is pretty serious reporting. … In the last year, I wrote a book and I had six months to write it and, so, I wrote it every night for like an hour, which took a lot of discipline, but what it did - you can imagine being on the computer all day and then on your phone and then at night typing away,” Ms. Herridge told the publication.
A longtime devotee of Bikram yoga, Ms. Herridge said the steamy 90-minute classes, which are conducted in 100-degree rooms, helped feed her tranquility and diminished her health and body issues.
“I started having real problems with my upper back, so I really started coming [to yoga class] more because I felt it really loosened me up and it was a good discipline to kind of let go and everything because you can’t check your BlackBerry constantly when you’re in here,” she said.
The homeland security reporter said D.C. residents could gain something positive from attending a yoga session.
“I think it would just relax people a little bit more,” Ms. Herridge said. “It’s the great equalizer: You come here, and you’re real stripped down, you’re sweating.”
Lindsay Lohan: ‘I can’t afford’ court-ordered therapy
She’s made the cover of dozens of magazines, but train-wreck actress Lindsay Lohan says she doesn’t have the funds for counseling.
According to People magazine, LiLo’s attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, told a judge last week that the 25-year-old natural redhead hasn’t been able to continue her court-ordered psychological treatment due to “financial issues.”
Judge Stephanie Sautner didn’t have any sympathy for the troubled A-lister, who made a trip to the courtroom for a standard progress report.
“If she doesn’t have the means [to pay for the required psychological services], she’s got to find someone to help her out,” Judge Sautner said at the hearing.
Considering one of Miss Lohan’s recent tweets, it’s no surprise that she has claimed money problems. Last month, the “Georgia Rule” star published a sponsored tweet about her concerns with skyrocketing food and gas prices.
“Have you guys seen food and gas prices lately? U.S. $ will soon be worthless if the Fed keeps printing money!” she tweeted.
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