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Oxygen Summer Shape Up 2019 SIP

This magazine is designed to inform, educate and inspire women of all ages about the joys and benefits of fitness, proper nutrition, health and resistance training. Get Oxygen digital magazine subscription today to help you acquire a sound body and clear mind to achieve an energy-filled, stress-free lifestyle and empowered self-image.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Active Interest Media
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shape up Brand Director & Editor-in-Chief Lara McGlashan Vice President & General Manager Kim Paulsen EDITORIAL Copy Editor Jeannine Santiago ART Art Director Donna Giovannitti PRODUCTION Production Director Patrick Sternkopf DIGITAL & MARKETING Consumer Marketing Director Collin Stewart Online Editor Ashlee Davis Email Marketing Manager Rebecca Schmidt Email Design Associate Bridget Bernhard Digital Marketing Manager Rachel Schilling Paige Roane Digital Marketing Analyst Marketing Assistant Jennifer Johnson ADVERTISING SALES Associate Publishers BJ Ghiglione and Candice Smith CONTRIBUTORS Ian Travis Barnard, Michael Berg, Erin Calderone, Mike Carlson, Jenessa Connor, Justin Grinnell, Nancy J, Matthew Kadey, Stephanie Main, Sarah Orbanic, Shoshana Pritzker, Jill Schildhouse, Cory Sorensen, Steve Stiefel, Eric Velazquez President & CEO Andrew W. Clurman Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer Michael Henry Chief Innovation Officer Jonathan Dorn Vice President of Audience Development Tom Masterson Vice President Controller Devon Hopkins Vice President, People & Places Joann Thomas Vice President, Information Technology Nelson Saenz AIM Board Chair Efrem Zimbalist III…

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warm wishes

for me, summer cannot come fast enough, and despite the intractable winter weather in the Northeast, I stubbornly break out my flip-flops mid-April only to suffer through another six weeks of toe-numbing cold. In fact, at this writing — in April — it’s 36 degrees with 19-mph winds, I am wearing my favorite Oofos flip-flops and am feeling unfairly tortured as I put together this special summer Shape-Up issue of Oxygen. Regardless, I am super excited to share it with you. The workouts are kick-ass and on point, especially the Abs Anywhere plan to fine-tune your midsection and the high-intensity interval training workouts that will incinerate that layer of winter sludge to reveal said abs. The fresh, new shake recipes sound amazing and offer a nice change from the same old…

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my obsessed-with list

1 Trücup Heart of Bold Dark Roast Heartburn is a reality in my life, and any time I can enjoy my favorite things in low-acid format — especially coffee! — I am elated. Trücup has come up with a way to remove some of the belly-burning acidity and bitterness from its products, leaving a smooth, easy-to-drink brew with no heartburn in sight. trucup.com, $13 (12-oz bag) 2 Nobull Black Daisy Trainers I’m a longtime fan of Nobull shoes, and the resurrection of these Black Daisy Trainers for spring put a smile on my face. The upper is made with its classic black super fabric and seamless construction, but surprise! As you walk, run, jump or lift, you get a flash of the super-cute floral design on the bottom. nobullproject.com, $129 3 John Masters Organics Shampoo and…

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Women Strong Exclusives Check out this collection of workouts, recipes, playlists and more from our fierce Women Strong athletes. Give Yourself a (Healthy) Hand Exercise makes your body look amazing, but at what expense to your hands? Prevent constructionworker palms with the athlete’s guide to hand care. TUT-TUT Discover why time under tension (TUT) is one of the most important factors when it comes to gaining and maintaining lean, fatburning muscle. THE SMART GIRL’S GUIDE TO LIFTING Use these tips to amp your workouts, break through a plateau and beat the inevitable boredom that comes with routine. Sign up for our free weekly newsletter and have workouts and nutrition tips sent directly to your inbox. ARE YOU UP FOR A CHALLENGE? CHECK OUT OUR INCREDIBLE ONLINE EDUCATION COURSES AT AIMFITNESSNETWORK.COM. Spark Your Salad Love Truth: Salad can be an uninspiring snore.…

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contributors

Erin Calderone NASM-CPT, CES, BCS, AFAA-GFI Author of “Form & Function: Shoulders,” Page 14 Kinesiology professor Erin Calderone loves a good shoulder workout. “The deltoids are such a lovely shape, popping out of a tank top and defining the upper arm,” she says. “And strong shoulders are a must for women, especially if you have a small child like I do — you’re lifting anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds or more probably 100 times a day!” Before she begins her day teaching (and mothering), Calderone rises early to work out in her home office. “I get in a 45-minute workout using my adjustable dumbbells and bands, a stability ball, a TRX and some gliding discs,” she says. She also does Brazilian jiu-jitsu on the weekends and goes running at least once a week. And…

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four days to fit?

Seems implausible but a new study in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found that eating a Mediterranean diet improved athletes’ endurance performance in just four days: Runners ran a 5K on two separate occasions — once after four days of eating a Mediterranean diet and, a few weeks later, once after four days of eating a Western diet. The result: Run times were on average 6 percent faster after the Mediterranean diet. The Mediterranean diet includes things like whole fruits and veggies, nuts, olive oil, whole grains, limited red meat/processed foods, limited dairy and refined sugars, and it has long been heralded for its myriad of health benefits. A Western diet, on the other hand, contains more red meat and dairy, is higher in saturated fats and processed…

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