HOME TOWN’S Erin Napier Celebrates Husband’s Fitness Goals

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HOME TOWN’S Erin Napier Celebrates Husband’s Fitness Goals

By Movieguide® Contributor

HGTV star Erin Napier recently celebrated her husband, Ben, for his progress in health and fitness goals.

She shared a video of Ben all dressed-up which showcased his progress. Fans were able to see how much work he truly has put in to improve his heath and fitness before a medical procedure. 

Erin wrote, “@scotsman.co got hardcore about his health and fitness last winter ahead of his big shoulder surgery that was in March so he could sleep better on his back and lower his BP. mission accomplished 🔥.” 

Ben replied with a comment which said, “What ya think, @people? Can I make the top 50 again? 😏 That’s my real motivation.” 

In 2019, Ben told USA Today that being a dad was a huge motivation for him to stay fit and healthy.  

“Bringing Helen home and getting to experience those first few weeks with her and seeing how fast things change with children, it got my attention,” he stated. “She was different every day, and I want to experience as much of her life as possible. I want a long life so I can be there for Erin and Helen.” 

March 30, Erin shared a photo on her Instagram of Ben on the couch with his arm in a sling and surrounded by stuffed animals and pillows.  

Erin wrote on her post, “rotator cuff repaired , bone spur shaved off , cartilage trimmed , best nurse in the biz @scotsman.co.”  

Since then, Ben has done the necessary physical therapy to get his shoulder back in working order.  

Apart from their television show, Erin and Ben Napier have authored a book titled “Make Something Good Today: A Memoir,” in which they share their personal and professional journey, including their love story and the challenges they’ve faced. 

However, Erin Napier’s new book, “Heirloom Rooms: Soulful Stories of Home,” will hit the shelves October 3.  

Movieguide® previously reported on “Heirloom Rooms: Soulful Stories of Home”:  

“I wanted to write essays about our own home wherein every room is its own chapter about a particular time in our life together and I invited friends to be contributors and do the same,” Napier shared. 

“I hope readers will find the stories and photos beautiful for their relatability, and that it makes them reframe the way they think of their own homes,” she added. 

One of the book’s themes is that the beauty of each home comes from its imperfections. 

“I’ve become bored of the photos of perfectly styled and staged interiors you see so much of in the online world and wanted to create a book celebrating the imperfection of our houses,” she explained. “How perfect and clever can our houses be seems to be the refrain of social media. But what about the life lived in those rooms?”

She concluded, “The styling can be an outward reflection of who we are and what we love—but really, our houses are the backdrops of our lives and celebrations and failures, of growing families.”

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