Top 100 Celebrities and Their Hobbies

Forbes list of the top celebrities may be no secret, but their hobbies just might be–and no, we’re not talking about excessive drug use and scandalous sex. We’re talking about the top 100 celebrities and their (mostly innocent) hobbies. I have highlighted the names of celebrities that have more physical hobbies.

1. Oprah Winfrey – Philanthropy, Acting, Broadway Producer, Reading, Political Fundraising

2. Tiger Woods – Diving, Spear fishing and Physical Fitness

3. Angelina Jolie – Tattoos, People Watching, Dagger Collecting

4. Beyonce Knowles – Shopping, Swimming, Reading, Dancing

5. David Beckham – Tattoos, Fencing, Shopping

6. Johnny Depp – Playing with Dolls

7. Jay-Z – Philanthropy, Entrepreneur, Fashion

8. The Police – Rollerskating, Cycling, Filmmaking, Polo, Photography, Painting

9. J.K. Rowling – Reading, Writing, Spending time with friends

10. Brad Pitt – Architecture, Interior Design, Metal Art Collector

11. Will Smith – Fencing, Rapping

12. Justin Timberlake – Golf, Basketball, Video Gaming

13. Steven Spielberg – Aliens

14. Cameron Diaz – Snowboarding, Rafting

15. David Letterman – Racing

16. Lebron James – Collecting Headbands

17. Jennifer Aniston – Hiking, camping, getting closer to nature, surfing the internet

18. Michael Jordan – Gambling, Retiring

19. Kobe Bryant – Soccer

20. Phil Mickelson – Pilot’s license, Wining Championships

21. Madonna – Yoga, Reading, Writing

22. Simon Cowell – Spying on the Neighbors

23. Roger Federer – Sports, cards, sitting on the beach, playing and watching cricket and ping pong

24. Alex Rodriguez – Golfing, Running, Reading, Traveling, Boating

25. Jerry Seinfeld – Collecting Porsches

26. 50 Cent – Boxing

27. Kanye West -Acting, Art, Fashion, Video Games (Among others)

28. Celine Dion – Golf, Collecting Shoes, Swimming

29 . Bruce Willis – Boxing, Basketball

30. Dr. Phil McGraw – Football, Swimming

31. Tom Cruise – Flying, Fencing, Cooking

32. Jay Leno – Collecting Cars

33. Sean “Diddy” Combs – Fashion Designer, Entrepreneur, Dancer

34. Stephen King – Walking

35. Miley Cyrus – Dancing, Cheerleading

36. Kimi Raikkonen – Snowboarding, Ice Hockey

37. Jeff Gordon – Playing Video Games

38. Ronaldinho – Karaoke, Playing Percussion Instruments

39. Shaquille O’Neal – Target Shooting, Riding Motorcycles

40. Judge Judy Sheindlin – Boating

41. Howard Stern -Politics

42. Tyler Perry – Writing, Acting

43. Fernando Alonso -Magic, Soccer, Cycling, Training

44. Leonardo DiCaprio – Pool, Basketball, Video Games

45. Donald Trump – Golf

46. George Lucas – Bicycling, Home Repair, Model Kit and Prop Replica Building…Squirrels?

47. Keira Knightley – Film, Spending time with Family & Friends

48. Jerry Bruckheimer – Photography

49. Nicolas Cage – Buying Houses (Okay, Castles)

50. Spice Girls – “Acting”

51. Matt Damon – Philanthropy, Politics

52. Dale Earnhardt Jr. – Water Sports, Computers

53. Bon Jovi – Driving Cars, Baseball, Exercise, Football, Family-Time

54. Jennifer Lopez – Yoga, Decorating, Tennis, Shopping

55. Ben Stiller – Being a Trekkie

56. Kevin Garnett – Soccer

57. Nicole Kidman – Playing Nintendo

58. James Patterson – Philanthropy, Reading

59. Rush Limbaugh – Football

60. Reese Witherspoon – Collecting Antique Linens, Flea Markets, Yoga, Snowboarding, Cooking, Crafts, Reading, Hiking

61. Maria Sharapova – Russian music and food, Dancing, Reading, Movies

62. Ryan Seacrest – Wine Tasting and Collecting, Eating Out

63. Gwen Stefani – Fashion

64. Daniel Radcliffe – Gymnastics, Football, WWF

65. Alicia Keys – Classical Music, Playing the Piano, Philanthropy

66. Gisele Bundchen – Volleyball

67. Gwyneth Paltrow – Learning a Foreign Language, Yoga

68. Tyra Banks – Painting, Rollerblading, Skiing

69. Serena Williams – Movies, Football, Reading, Acting, Spending Time W/ Family and Friends

70. Eva Longoria Parker – Brazilian Waxing

71. Ellen DeGeneres – Voice Acting

72. Sarah Jessica Parker – Knitting

73. Katherine Heigl -Kickboxing, Yoga, Drawing

74. Regis Philbin – Baseball, Football

75. Tom Clancy – Politics

76. Rachael Ray – Charity Work

77. Cate Blanchett – Environmentalism

78. Heidi Klum – Ballet and Jazz Dance, Flea Markets, Traveling, Skiing, Spending time with Family

79. Carrie Underwood – Beauty Pagents, Softball,

80. Jon Stewart – Crossword Puzzles

81. Justine Henin – Skydiving

82. Judd Apatow – Tennis, Spending Time With Family

83. Kate Moss – Charity Work

84. Patrick Dempsey – Antique Collecting, Home Remodeling, Skiing, Racing

85. Charlie Sheen – Baseball

86. Drew Carey – Photography, Sports

87. Steve Carell – Online Poker (Video)

88. Lorena Ochoa – Waterskiing and Reading

89. Jonas Brothers – Playing Guitar, Bowling; Making Movies, Jogging and Working Out; Music, Songwriting, Baseball, Collecting Baseball Cards, Tennis

90. Howie Mandel – Spending Time With Family

91. Wolfgang Puck – Skiing

92. Zac Efron – Golf, Skiing, Rockclimbing, Snowboarding, Playing Piano and Guitar

93. Annika Sorenstam – Cooking

94. Ashley Tisdale – Spending Time With Her Dogs, Shopping

95. Gordon Ramsay – Football

96. Jennifer Love Hewitt – Rollerskating, Horseback Riding

97. Lauren Conrad – Fashion

98. Vanessa Williams – Singing, Dancing, Sports, Computers, Socializing

99. Tina Fey – Environmentalism

100. Paula Deen – Acting

Resource:

http://www.notsoboringlife.com

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Snowboarding is a sport that involves descending a slope that is either partially or fully covered with snow on a snowboard attached to a rider’s feet using a special boot set into a mounted binding. The development of snowboarding was inspired by skateboarding, surfing and skiing. It was developed in the United States in the 1960s and the 1970s and became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998.

Snow skiing is a group of sports using skis as primary equipment. Skis are used in conjunction with boots that connect to the ski with use of a binding. Skiing can be grouped into two general categories. Nordic skiing is the oldest and includes sport that evolved from skiing as done in Scandinavia. Nordic style bindings attach at the toes of the skier’s boots but not at the heels. Alpine skiing includes sports that evolved from skiing as done in the Alps. Alpine bindings attach at both the toe and the heel of the skier’s boots. As with many disciplines, such as Telemark skiing, there is some crossover. However, binding style and history tend to dictate whether a style is considered Nordic or Alpine. Therefore, in view of its lack of a locking heel, and its roots in Telemark, Norway, Telemark is generally considered a Nordic discipline.

Snowboarding with Justin Timberlake

 

 

Skiing and Snowboarding: Keep in Shape

THERE are two main ways for skiers and snowboarders to stay in shape for their next trip to the mountains.

First is to stay aerobically fit and so cardiovascular workouts are important during the summer and autumn months to maintain cardio respiratory fitness. This can be achieved through running, jogging, cycling or swimming, as long as these activities maintain a sufficiently high heart rate for a sufficiently long period of time (typically, 160 beats per minute for half an hour three times a week).

Most gyms or health and fitness clubs will have wall charts which map out exactly what your exercise heart rate should be for your age. Regular workouts make it much easier to maintain cardio vascular fitness. But let it slip and your good work can soon be undone and you will find yourself having to build your vascular fitness up again.

The other element of maintaining fitness for the next season is to work on the strength in your quadriceps, the largest muscles in your body in the thigh area. This can be achieved through a range of simple home exercises, such as adopting the chair position up against a wall, to more comprehensive variations in the gym such as squats with weights or using isokinetic leg strengthening machines.

Most fully equipped gyms today will have instructions or fitness trainers who can demonstrate which particular muscle groups the isokinetic machines are designed to strengthen.

I would suggest that in association with doing a cardio vascular workout three times a week that you strengthen and maintain quadriceps mass/bulk by doing sets of repeat exercises.

In next season’s issues we will be looking at how exercise can help avoid the most common injuries sustained by skiers and snowboarders. We will also give advice on what to do if you are unlucky to suffer from one of these injuries.

By far the commonest joint injured these days is the knee. A range of intra-articular injuries can occur to the knee including cartilage damage and ligament tears.

Of all of these injuries it is damage to the cruciate ligaments within the knee that carry the worse prognosis.

In future issues we will study the most modern management techniques for those unfortunate enough to sustain a cruciate ligament injury.

From an original article published in THE SKIER & SNOWBOARDER MAGAZINE

Mr Simon Moyes MB FRCS FRCSOrth is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Wellington & Devonshire Hospitals, London and webmaster of www.simonmoyes.com which is the source of this article.

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