Salud y Fitness


Summer 2020

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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next-level lifting

THE ULTIMATE SUCCESS STORY Amanda Webster triumphed over mental illness and suicidal tendencies to become the epitome of health, transforming her body, mind and spirit through exercise and nutrition. VESTED INTEREST Looking to increase your workout intensity? Try using a weighted vest. Here are our top five picks designed especially for women. BUILD-A-BOOTY This at-home workout is a great way to build strong, shapely glutes — no squats required. ONE DIET DOESN’T FIT ALL Discover why keto and intermittent fasting might not work for you. Take a (Hand) Stand Strengthen your core, build upper-body stability and flip the world — and yourself — on its head with this comprehensive handstand workout. VISIT US ON PINTEREST/oxygenmag JOIN US ON FACEBOOK HASHTAG US ON INSTAGRAM #oxygenmagazine VISIT US ONLINE or FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @oxygenmagazine EMAIL US Photo of…

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seriously — thank you.

Putting this issue together was painful on so many levels. First of all, I was a mess. Mentally, I was exhausted from the inexorable global panic and from juggling 24/7 child care and work, which was (and still is at this writing) nothing short of impossible … not to mention trying to learn — then teach! — second-grade math. (Did you know that “carrying the 1” is no longer a thing?) Physically, I felt weak because not only do I seriously hate to work out at home but also the heaviest thing I had on hand (besides my 7-year-old) was a naked barbell. I could feel my strength and motivation erode with each lackluster workout, while in the background the world continued to crumble and mutate into a grotesque frenzy. But…

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On Meals and Models I have picked up Oxygen in the past, but this one has to be the best one yet! The “Blend In” and “Make-Ahead Meals” articles in the Spring 2020 issue were exactly what I was looking for. Thanks! — KONOCHIA, VIA EMAIL I am really loving the newest incarnation of Oxygen magazine. As much as I love and respect the fitness athletes from years ago like Mocha Lee and Amy Fadhli, the photos were always shot and posed to look “hot.” Now the photos are of women looking strong, athletic and determined — which are much more inspiring. I also love the Tabata workout you featured a couple of issues ago. I’m incorporating it into my workouts and loving it. More Tabata, please! — SONYA, VIA EMAIL Reader Rewind I just want…

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Kyra Mackesy Author of “Forgive to Live Healthy,” Page 99 Kyra Mackesy, Oxygen junior digital content manager and marketing specialist, put pen to paper this issue to write about forgiveness. “Researching this article felt therapeutic because I was able to reflect on my own past experiences with forgiveness,” she says. “I realized that I often forget to offer empathy and love for those involved because I’m so focused on my own feelings.” Before teaming up with Oxygen, Mackesy wrote for her college newspaper and was editor-in-chief and president of Her Campus, an online magazine for women. She grew up playing soccer and basketball and was an accomplished Irish step dancer and figure skater, but these days, she stays fit with the help of Fido. “I take my dog for three walks daily and…

4 min.
10k a day is not enough

Turn up the burn A new study in Frontiers in Psychology found that listening to music at a higher tempo resulted in the highest heart rate and the lowest perceived effort of a workout, therefore increasing its benefits, as compared to training in silence. Check out our Spotify channel — oxygenmagazine — for some great workout tunes! 65 The percentage of people who reported using social media to learn about nutrition in the last year, according to the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. While Instagram is a good place to get recipes and ideas, make sure the experts you’re tapping for advice are legit and have a background in nutritional science or an RD attached to their name. Exercise Your Immunity It was previously believed that hard exercise has a negative impact on…

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close to the vest

While most of the world is trying to lose weight, you might want to gain some — in the form of a weighted vest. This versatile training tool can make even the most basic of exercises more demanding by increasing your calorie burn and metabolism without any extra effort on your part. Weighted vests have been shown to improve balance and postural awareness while honing coordination, increasing stability and boosting bone density. New to the vest idea? Begin by adding 5 percent of your bodyweight and add more incrementally as you get stronger. BOX JUMP Stand facing a box with your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend your knees and hips and swing your arms back to drop into a shallow squat, then quickly extend your legs and hips and swing your arms forward…