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Morgan Is Uplifting Women In Fitness

From cartwheels to calisthenics, Morgan Moroney may be small but she is fierce. Now a coach at Gold Coast calisthenics community Art of Motion Pursuit of Movement, Morgan is seizing 2018 with both hands with the support of her AMPM ‘family’ and a few clients who, despite their impairments, continue to inspire her every day.

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 96

Go Green In 2018

Okay, so you’ve probably heard this time and time again but this time you’re really going to listen (*read). Ready? You need to consume more greens! Not only are leafy greens packed with vitamins, minerals,fibre  and are a fantastic boost of energy but they are also essential for muscular endurance. Oxygen explains the ‘why’ behind consuming more greens and the ‘how’ to get them into your diet today!

4 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 96

The Power In Her Voice

The concept of strength has many different shades of grey and, while it may represent one thing to a person, it can mean something vastly different to another. For 19-year-old Kristine Lio-Willie, the label of ‘strong woman’ isn’t one she associated herself with in her younger years. In fact, quite the opposite. It may come as a shock if you met the accomplished and driven woman she is in 2018 to know that a mere five years ago she nearly took her own life.

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 96

Rush Hour Back To School With Jules & Hudson

With her eldest son, Hudson (5) starting primary school this year, and her youngest, Archer (3) not far behind, stylist and television presenter Jules Sebastian has had to learn quickly the tricks of the trade when it comes to negotiating the morning rush hour. We ask the new H2coco Lunchbox Range ambassador about her new health regime and how she smashes through each morning as a busy mum!

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 96

Clear-Skin Foods

Summer is here, and one of the best things about summer is going to the beach fresh-faced! Here are some amazing foods containing properties that are perfect inclusions for those beach snacks and will also keep your skin looking amazing well into autumn!

2 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 94

Watermelon

Here’s why we think this summer staple deserves a place on your plate all year round.

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 94

Meet Cover Girl Winner Sophie O'Callaghan

She had a bad case of ‘imposter syndrome’, where you believe you are sure to be ‘found out’ as not good enough in your daily life, but it all changed for Sophie O’Callaghan when a strong fitness model inspired her to become strong herself. After finding a copy of Oxygen in a drawer at her workplace and using the training programs as a start to her new, healthier life, she reveals how she’s come full circle, gracing the cover as the winner of Oxygen’s Cover Girl Competition.

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 94

Meet Jamie's Pick Winner Kim Lawless

Finding the balance between caring for her family, her health and fitness and an illness that drained her energy, Kim Lawless is the definition of resilient. Pushing past her limitations, nowadays the Melbourne mum’s mission is to help others, and encourages others to ‘do what makes your soul shine!’

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 94

Love Conquers All

She had a childhood without many of the comforts we take for granted or the safety net that a grounded home life can provide, but for Shannah Baker, the support of her beloved grandmother was something she could always count on. Here, she pays tribute to the woman who fortified her, taught her resilience, nd instilled in her the values and strength that she now inspires others with..

6 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 92

Breaking Barriers

She placed first at the WBFF Gold Coast comp this year, but with all that Roxanna Camilleri has overcome, the achievements on stage may not even place as the biggest of her life.

5 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 92

Four Pillars To Health

In theory, fat loss is a simple, scientific equation for most of the population.

6 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 92

Clean Eating For Holistic Health

Does dieting affect how we feel about food? You bet it does! Anyone who knows me understands that I’m a super-clean eater and really enjoy my food.

4 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 92

Shifting Stubborn Body Fat

When you’re doing everything right but still can’t seem to lose that stubborn body fat, the final domain to conquer is your mind.

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 92

Mining For Minerals This Summer Season

All the essential holiday season partying and abundance of food and drink can easily leave your body depleted of essential micronutrients. Here’s how to check that you have the right foods and minerals on your list to restock your mind and body ready for your New Year.

5 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 95

Soil To Skin

(natural skincare expert and distributor of AEOS)

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 98

Caterina's On Cloud 9

Since becoming a WBFF Pro

4 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 98

Kinesiology Your Body's Built- In Lie Detector

What exactly is kinesiology, you might be asking? Mind and body specialist Greg Dolman explains how our body’s inner knowing is more powerful than you might believe - and whether you consider it a little ‘woo woo’ or not, this practice (if you allow it) could open your mind and some doors in your life that you didn’t know were closed.

5 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 98

The Invisible Exercises That Burn Major Calories

If you’re short on gym time and serious about burning calories, there is a way to drop the kilos at work or at home simply by mastering these “invisible exercises”.

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 98

Is This The Future Of Fitness?

While they could be argued as both a positive and negative force in the industry, there is no denying the rise of fit-technology with the likes of health apps, fit watches and trackers being described as ‘your virtual PT’. Whether you find regularly tracking your progress motivating or not, National Fitness Manager at Fitness First Michael Cunico knows there is something to be said about fittechnology and shares with Oxygen how it could help you reach your goals in no time!

2 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 98

Eating to Recover

What you eat right after a workout (and when you eat it) is crucial to recovery. Here’s how to maximise your results.

3 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 91

Not Feeling It?

When to train, when to rest and how to know which option is right for how you feel.

2 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 91

Bust Plateaus With Powerhouse Pyramids

Build your best body with one (or both) of these tried-andtrue training protocols.

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 91

From Special Forces, To Supermum And Now... The Spotlight!

From early morning drills in the army to early morning drills as a mother, willpower and discipline was something drummed into Stephanie’s mind from an early age. Never one to shy away from  a challenge, the Melbourne mum decided to take her health and fitness to the next level by committing to a fitness competition whilst pregnant! Stephanie now shares with Oxygen her top tips to a fit pregnancy and why every woman should own a pearl necklace.

6 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 97

Trial To Triumph

Gold Coast based celebrity trainer and Mum of two, Amber Walker knew that she had to focus on fulfilling her life’s purpose despite medical professionals advising her against it. Now dedicated to helping others to live their happiest and healthiest lives through an  incredible new initiative, Amber exclusively shared with Oxygen's Jasmine Rolfe, her unfathomable  past experiences and how she refused to let them rule her.

7 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 97

Why Work-life Balance Is A Myth, And How To Create A​​​​​​​ Fulfilling Lifestyle

‘Normal’ has been redefined over the past 20 years by the internet, smartphones and a global marketplace. You can no longer work hard and hope that everything else just falls into place. More and more people are dropping the important balls in the crazy juggle of life. The tips outlined here are a great starting place to integrate work with the rest of your life and creating a fulfilling lifestyle.

3 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 97

What's Holding You Back Mumma?

Do you often set a new health and fitness goal and go after it with fierce tempo, great intentions and unwavering belief in yourself? Only to get so far before you buckle under the pressures of being a mum? Then you need to identify, face and erase your fears. Business operations manager, personal trainer and mother-of-three, Bianca Ballinger shares her top five tips on how to push yourself past your fears to juggle home/work/life balance and achieve your best health and fitness results.

3 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 97

Finding balance

If she’s not on stage competing or in the gym training clients, WA sports model Sara Richards is on the beach, having a BBQ and playing volleyball or football with her friends.

2 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 93

She Has The World At Her Feet

Nowadays if you meet the confident and fit Oxygen Challenge Winner, Carina Gabb, you would never guess that she once felt trapped by her own inner demons, physically and psychologically out of control. She was her own worst critic, but what sets Carina apart from the crowd is that she chose ‘her hard’. She decided that being overweight was harder than starting her fitness journey and has built herself a healthy lifestyle from the inside out.

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Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 93

Flex For Your Brain

Looks like exercise does more than help you sculpt a better bod: it keeps your mind on point, too.

2 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 93

Motivation From Within

Overweight, having anxious panic attacks and realising her self-confidence had hit an all-time low, Rebecca Beavon pressed the ‘Submit’ button and has never looked back.

5 mins read
Oxygen Magazine Australia
Issue 93