/ Salute e Fitness


Fall 2019

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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Brand Director & Editor-in-Chief Lara McGlashan Vice President & General Manager Amy Boone Thompson EDITORIAL Copy Editor Jeannine Santiago ART Art Director Donna Giovannitti PRODUCTION Producer, Online Education Colleen Douglass Production Director Patrick Sternkopf DIGITAL & MARKETING AIM Fitness Director of Marketing Phil Malavenda Consumer Marketing Director Collin Stewart Online Editor Ashlee Davis Email Marketing Manager Rebecca Schmidt Digital Marketing Analyst Paige Roane Marketing Assistant Jennifer Johnson ADVERTISING SALES Associate Publisher Candice Smith CONTRIBUTORS Karen Asp, Ian Travis Barnard, Michael Berg, Erin Calderone, Nicole Clancy, Jenessa Connor, Donna Gast, Sandra Jersby, Matthew Kadey, SJ McShane, Myatt Murphy, Virginia Pelley, Shoshana Pritzker, Andrew Riposta, Jessie R. Shafer, Jill Schildhouse, Cory Sorensen, Ian Spanier President & CEO Andrew W. Clurman Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer Michael Henry 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…

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the holiday death march

growing up, we had lots of family traditions during the holidays — baking six kinds of cookies with my grandmother, spending an entire day making 200-plus pierogies for wigilia on Christmas Eve and going on a post-meal “death march” around the neighborhood. Well, in reality, it was at most a 20-minute walk — as mandated by my mother — designed as an intermission from the relentless consumption that accompanies most holidays, which my less-active relatives fondly dubbed the death march. Yet despite their complaints, everyone came back feeling revived and refreshed and much better from having pushed away from the dining table, however briefly. Walking was (and still is) my mother’s form of exercise and her own personal brand of physical release that she did religiously every day. She walked with…

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my obsessed-with list

1 Buddha Board Sometimes I just need a moment of Zen. This nifty little folding board uses water and a simple brush to create impermanent designs that slowly fade away and clear the path for a new masterpiece. $15-$35 (depending on size), 2 HempMeds Hydrating and Purifying Shampoo Cold months mean forced-air heat, which means dry, frizzy hair. But this restorative HempMeds Shampoo gives my hair back some of its fried-away body with all-natural argan oil, goji-berry extract and infused CBD to help strengthen my tortured locks. $25, 3 Watkins Decorating Sugar I’m not a fan of unnaturally colored foods and treats, but it’s hard to regulate their consumption during the holidays, even when we bake at home. Enter decorating sugars from Watkins, which are colored with plant-based extracts and vegetable juices — the perfect solution to at-home…

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eat, drink & still shrink

Being a health and nutrition correspondent means that companies frequently send me their products, and ask for my stamp of approval. Most of the time I dive into research, give the product a try, and send the company honest feedback about what they’ll need to change before I’ll recommend it. Plus my hectic job and my determination to stay fit means I’m always hunting for a quick and nutritious way to fill up on nutrients my body needs. So I can confidently say, “I’ve tried it all”. Last Tuesday work was especially hectic, but I’d booked with my $200 an hour personal trainer, Tony, a triathlon winning, organic-to-the-bone fitness guy with a ten mile long track record of whipping the “who’s who” into shape in record time, so I had to…

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GET SHREDDED American Ninja Warrior athlete and Oxygen coach Angela Gargano chats about training and nutrition, and she gives you an insider look at some of the kick-ass workouts in her upcoming course Warrior Shred. Axe Holiday Weight Gain Nutritionist for Oxygen’s upcoming course Good to Great, Dr. Chelsea Axe, gives her top five tips for sticking to your healthy goals over the holidays. HIGH IMPACT BREAKFASTS Try these family-friendly brekky recipes from nurse practitioner, IFBB Figure pro and mom-to-be Megan Rigby. TRAIN FOR YOUR BODY TYPE Create the right workout plan for you based on your bone structure, body-fat percentage and metabolism. FIRST-DATE FITNESS What better way to get to know a possible love connection than by challenging him/her to a fun sweat session? Plus, the endorphin release can help calm your nerves! Sign up for our free weekly…

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A(breast) of the Situation I just received the Summer 2019 issue of Oxygen and love, love, love the Editor’s Note back to “Tina” regarding a model with “obvious surgical breast augmentation.” Your response was spot on. I never, ever thought I would get implants. Unfortunately, in 2015, I was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer and underwent a total mastectomy with chemo. I chose reconstruction with implants and suffered through four grueling surgeries just to feel a little more feminine and a little more like my former self. It was amazing how many women told me that I was “lucky” to be getting a new, perky pair at 48. Seriously?! I’m thankful my implants look good under clothing but feel that sometimes, like the model Tina was referring to, I now get judged…