HOT BODS SPECIAL
Angelina Then was a road-running enthusiast when she was interviewed for The Sunday Times Hot Bods column on Oct 16, 2011.
The 48-year-old aircrew member had even completed a 160km marathon in her heyday.
But an unexpected knee injury has forced her to cut back on her workouts.
Now, she hits the trails around MacRitchie Reservoir three times a week.
"These days, every run is actually a blessing, a mystery," she says.
Besides her regular runs, she also throws in a weekly tennis session with her husband, who doubles as her coach.
She says: "I think it's through sports where we can communicate."
As for her diet, Ms Then says she sticks as far as possible to fresh vegetables and home-cooked food with less salt.
Catch her full story in 100 Hot Bods, which is an e-book launched in The Straits Times Star (ST Star) app.
It is available for free download for iPad and Android devices.
The e-book is a compilation of 100 of the hottest people profiled in our 10-year-old Hot Bods series.
Ms Then is one of three Sunday Times Hot Bods the paper re-interviewed for the book.
Readers can also see videos of them exercising and talking about their lifestyle.
The book also includes plenty of health and fitness tips to help readers eat right and get fit.
DOWNLOAD 100 HOT BODS FREE
The 100 Hot Bods e-book is available in The Straits Times Star app, which is designed for tablets and optimised for the iPad.
1. Go to the Apple App store or Google Play. 2. Download the ST Star app (search "Straits Times Star"). 3. Once you are in the ST Star app, download 100 Hot Bods.
More information about the app is available at www.straitstimes.com/ST-Star-app
This article was first published on August 31, 2014.
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