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Oxygen July/August 2018

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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Active Interest Media
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OC4 Coach: Confidential We always have way more fun content than we have space to print it — so thank goodness for cyberspace! Go to oxygenmag.com and read about how Jen Widerstrom got tongue-tied around Conan O’Brien, how Karina Smirnoff had to fake chemistry with her ex while dancing on Broadway and much, much more! ▶ oxygenmag.com/jen-widerstrom-exclusive ▶ oxygenmag.com/karina-smirnoff-exclusive CAN’T GET ENOUGH OXYGEN? Visit oxygenmag.com for new workouts and recipes, plus training and nutrition guidance from your favorite athletes, coaches and experts. Sign up for our free weekly newsletter and have workouts and nutrition tips sent directly to your inbox. The Truth About Protein How does protein rank against the other macronutrients when it comes to fueling workouts, building a toned physique and supporting overall health? Furthermore, what about animal vs. plant vs. powder form — does…

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stand for what you believe, even if it means standing alone.

I’ve seen that quote pop up a few times in the past month, and though I am not sure who uttered those words, they are truer now than ever. Choosing a path and sticking to it is painfully difficult at times, especially when a trend everyone is following is fervent, but it’s important to keep your focus pointedly on your intention and to move forward with purpose, regardless of the white noise surrounding you. OK, I sound like a TED Talk. Rewind — here’s what I am getting at: Often when you commit to a healthy lifestyle, you feel isolated — case in point, when you order everything on the side When Harry Met Sally–style while your friends ask for extra bread and butter, or when you forgo barhopping with the girls…

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my july/august obsessed-with list

1 ▶ Lily’s Crispy Rice Dark Chocolate Bar Since these bars are sweetened with stevia, you get all the pleasures of chocolate without the added sugar. And this one reminds me of a Nestle Crunch bar on steroids — decadent dark chocolate with crispy bits and 25 percent fewer calories than a regular bar of chocolate! Gluten-free and non-GMO. lilyssweets.com, $3-$4 2 ▶ Bare Republic Mineral Sport 30 Pina-Coco Sunscreen Spray This broad-spectrum mineral sunscreen is biodegradable and free of chemical actives, synthetic fragrances, petroleum and parabens. Plus, it smells like a tropical cocktail served in a pineapple with a tiny umbrella! Target stores nationwide and target.com, $15 3 ▶ FBomb Salted Chocolate Macadamia Nut Butter This stuff is like a liquefied gourmet peanut butter cup! Made with organic dark chocolate, a dash of sea…

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Returning Customer Back in 2011 while at the grocery store, I stumbled across this amazing fitness magazine called Oxygen. I fell in love with it due to the serious fitness advice for the more advanced fitness junky and the limited ads. I subscribed immediately. Over the next two years, I noticed the ads becoming more and more provocative. It eventually got to the point that I had to go through the magazine and rip out the ads because I had young children in the house. Eventually, I canceled my subscription. But today, I picked up an issue and was pleased to see plenty of amazing content and relatable ads that made me look twice at the products. You may have another happy subscriber very soon. Thank you for returning to the…

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contributors

Lee Boyce, CPT Author of “Spinal Tap,” Page 50 Lee Boyce knows a thing or two about the spine. “The laundry list of back injuries I’ve overcome in my past led to plenty of research, practical applications and treatments with practitioners, which shaped my knowledge base,” he says. “I use all the exercises in this article in my own training — I practice what I preach!” Gym-side Boyce likes to use power cleans in his workouts. “They are dominant to the posterior chain, explosive in nature and involve the entire body,” he says. “I like how athletic they are, and if you have any issues with mobility, speed or strength, you’ll be exposed immediately.” Karen Asp, ACE-CPT Author of “Beware the Smartphone Suck,” Page 30, and “Where’s the Beef?” Page 78 Though Karen Asp is a…

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selfies = success

700 The approximate number of lymph nodes in the human body New human organ discovered (for real) Just when you thought you had your anatomy nailed, scientists discover something new: the interstitium. This organ is a network of interconnected, fluid-filled compartments that are supported by a mesh of flexible proteins, and it is found beneath the top layers of the skin as well as in the tissues lining the gut, lungs, blood vessels, urinary system, fascia and muscles. The interstitium produces lymph — an integral part of your immune system — and acts as a shock absorber to protect your organs. Why is it just now being discovered? Because when tissue samples are prepared for slides, the fixing process drains the fluid and the interstitium collapses. Is stress contagious? Researchers say yes. A study in Nature…

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