Megan Young on Women’s Health Mag March ’14 Issue

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Megan Young - March 2014

Find out Miss World Megan Young’s
12 confidence-boosting secrets in Women’s Health this March

Being busy is never an excuse not to look amazing! Take it from no less than our very own Miss World Megan Young on her first cover with Women’s Health. A “typical day” for this beauty queen is not really a typical one as she hops around the world doing humanitarian work, attending events, and putting into practice its “Beauty With a Purpose” projects. How she balances life despite her grueling schedule is revealed Women’s Health’s exclusive that includes 12 tips to stay healthy, happy and focused!

Take a cue on how to eat and look like a beauty queen as Megan gives Women’s Health a rundown of her meal plan. Find out the go-to apps that the 24-year-old loads on her iPad to keep fit.

Summer starts now, so get your body bikini-ready with practical tips, recipes and exercises you can even do at home, including 10 moves to shrink that belly. Flip through Women’s Health’s March issue and discover more than 25 crazy and sexy summer ideas that will definitely keep you cool, a variety of swimsuits to flatter your figure, and sun care secrets you need to know to stay safe under the blazing heat.

Sizzle your way to a hot body with this summer special issue of Women’s Health, available in all bookstores and magazine stands nationwide for only P140. You can also download this month’s issue and past issues of Women’s Health at https://www.summitnewsstand.com.ph/womens-health. Like WomensHealthPhilippines on Facebook and follow @WomensHealthPH on Twitter and Instagram.

Women’s Health and Men’s Health jumpstart your year of fitness with Bianca Gonzalez and Geoff Eigenmann

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Women’s Health and Men’s Health jumpstart your year of fitness with
Bianca Gonzalez and Geoff Eigenmann

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Lose 40 pounds in three months! Live fearlessly and commit to fitness. These are some of the inspiring goals you’ll find in the January 2014 issue of Men’s Health and Women’s Health.

Men’s Health cover guy Geoff Eigenmann reveals how he shed an astonishing 40 pounds in just three months, while Women’s Health cover girl Bianca Gonzalez shares her tips on building confidence and pursuing a healthy lifestyle.

“Bianca Gonzalez epitomizes what the Women’s Health reader strives to be: the best version of herself whether it’s through eating healthily, working out regularly, nurturing her relationships, and even speaking her mind on issues that move or inspire her,” said Women’s Health Philippines editor –in-chief Lara Parpan.

When asked why Geoff Eigenmann is a perfect example of a Men’s Health  guy, Men’s Health Philippines editor-in-chief Peejo Pilar praised Eigenmann as the “man who perseveres and gets things done.” Pilar added: “Despite facing criticism regarding his weight, Eigenmann focused on his goals and lost 40 pounds to bounce back into fighting form and return a happy and healthy lifestyle.

Bianca Gonzalez and Geoff Eigenmann welcomed members of the press at 55 Events Place to talk more about fitness, lifestyle changes, and practical workout secrets that everyone can incorporate into their routines this year.

Men’s Health and Women’s Health, the country’s leading health and fitness titles published by Summit Media also gave a sneak peek of what’s in store for 2014: “Expect better fitness and health news and more fun events for our readers,” said MH editor-in-chief Peejo Pilar.

“The year 2014 is the 5th anniversary of Women’s Health in the Philippines. Expect issues filled with the most up-to-date information on health, fitness, weight loss, and nutrition: more of the relevant, authoritative content that Women’s Health is known for; and fun-filled flagships events such as ‘Beauty and the Beach’ in Boracay this April, and ‘Are You Game?’ later this year,” said WH editor-in-chief Lara Parpan.

The January issue of Men’s Health with actor Geoff Eigenmann and Women’s Health with TV personality Bianca Gonzalez on the cover are available online via Summit Newsstands (www.summitnewsstand.com.ph), and in print in leading newsstands, bookstores and supermarkets nationwide for only P140 each. For more information, useful tips, and inspiring wellness posts, add WH and MH on www.facebook.com/MensHealthPhilippines and ww.facebook.com/WomensHealthPhilippines; or tweet and follow us  on www.twitter.com/MensHealthPH and www.twitter.com/WomensHealthPH.

Alex and Toni Gonzaga talks to Women’s Health on staying fit and on their love lives

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Alex and Toni Gonzaga arrived at the Women’s Health shoot in coordinated outfits and with ease between them that shows they make up a good team—in their family, in their industry, and in their pursuit for a healthy lifestyle. From their amusing banter to their mutual admiration, Alex and Toni exhibit a certain closeness that brings joy to their sisterhood.  Women’s Health quizzed the Gonzaga sisters on their relationship as sisters and on how they maintain their physique.

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It’s a mix of Bikram yoga, Vinyasa yoga and Pilates for Alex; while it’s ballroom dancing for Toni. Alex goes easy on the rice; while Toni eats everything in moderation. Each has her own style, each has her unique qualities.

Toni believes in keeping things balanced. “I don’t want to sacrifice my health just because I’m busy with work. It’s very important that you don’t lose that balance. I work hard, but I also want to look good and feel good.” Alex gets motivated when she sees the outcome of her workouts. “Kapag nakikita ko kahit konting results, lalo na when I see my arms getting toned, mas nakaka-motivate. Parang ‘Ay! Malapit ko nang ma-achieve ‘yung gusto ko!”

But when it comes to matters of the heart, the sisters take two different roads. Alex enjoys being single and decides not to rush things. “Yung lalaki na para sa iyo, whatever happens, he will pursue you. Kahit anong gawin mong alis or layo sa kanya, babagsak at babagsak kayo talaga.

On the other hand, Toni is in a relationship with director Paul Soriano. So, what’s her advice for women in relationship? “Respect is very important,” says Toni. “Put God in the center of the relationship, that makes it stronger because your foundation is solid.”

Know more about Alex and Toni as they talk about their take on the road to success and reaching the top, in the July issue of Women’s Health where they grace the cover.

100 Best Packaged Foods

This issue also present Women’s Health’s 100 Best Packaged Foods for Women – convenient and delicious items you can get from your supermarket without ruining your diet.  Get the full list in the July issue of Women’s Health, available in all bookstores and magazine stands nationwide. You can also download the current issue and past issues of Women’s Health online at https://www.summitnewsstand.com.ph/womens-health.

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ATTN ALL LADIES: Women’s Health ARE YOU GAME? Is On June 1, 2013

First it was an all-women’s training camp from Nike, now here is another event especially made for women! I am beginning to feel super-duper special. Isn’t it fun being a girl??? Yes it is!

Every year, Women’s Health Magazine from other countries celebrate via a women’s festival or event entitled “Are You Game?”. This fun annual gathering of women is recognized to be Women’s Health flagship event and last year, the Philippine edition had its exhausting but fun, fun, fun debut! I and a number of other female bloggers were there to experience it  and we really had an awesome time! 

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Summit Media’s Christine Ongteco, me, Bards, our honorary female Banjo and Roselle (we were given awesome-fitting event shirts that makes us look NOT fat!)

Here are some of last year’s fun activities:

BULL RIDE

the bull ride

YOGA

yoga session

TRX

trx workout

FITNESS CONSULTING

fitness consulting

COOKING

cooking demo

This year, Women’s Health Philippines will stage the 2nd edition of this event and if the success of last year’s event will be one’s yardstick, I definitely encourage every ladies out there to be there at the SM Mall of Asia for the 2013 Women’s Health Are You Game? event. 

I and my other female blogger friends had a blast last year that is why I am looking forward to seeing you experience the same too! Read on the below details to learn how you can join. :)

Revised AYG Ad

Women’s Health ARE YOU GAME?
June 1, 2013 (Saturday, 10:00AM – 7:00PM)
Music Hall, SM Mall of Asia

EVENT DESCRIPTION: An all-day, feel-good festival that features the latest in fitness, nutrition, wellness, beauty and more!

OPEN TO: Women of all ages!

ENTRANCE TO THE EVENT IS FREE!
Each participant is just required to present a copy of the Women’s Health Magazine May or June 2013 issue on event day.

ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION:

  • Available at http://www.femalenetwork.com/WHAreYouGame/
  • Pre-registering entitles one to:
    • get access to the express lane
    • bring in (1) one friend for FREE!
  • A valid ID and a copy of the Women’s Health Magazine May or June 2013 issue serves as an Entry Pass

ON-SITE REGISTRATION:

  • Available on the day of the event with just a copy of the Women’s Health Magazine May or June 2013 issue required to be presented to serve as an Entry Pass.

WORK-OUTS:

WORKOUTS

BOOTH ACTIVITIES:

BOOTHS

OTHER FUN ACTIVITIES:

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PRESS RELEASE:

Women’s Health brings back Are You Game? in the Philippines

Shape up your best body this year as Women’s Health Philippines brings back its flagship event – “Are You Game?”, an all-day, feel-good festival that features the latest in fitness, nutrition, wellness, beauty and more! Happening on June 1, Saturday (10:00 AM) at the Music Hall of SM Mall of Asia, Are You Game? is sure to encourage today’s active women to take control of their physical and mental being.

Following the success of the first Are You Game? last year, Women’s Health makes it possible for Filipino women to experience more this June through new workouts like SMRT-Core Circuit, a 30-minute class which is designed to lengthen the muscles, strengthen the myofascial lines and slings, and integrate the body for a complete body workout. Les Mills Body Jam™, a signature workout of 360 Fitness Club which is a cardio workout that fuses the latest dance styles and hottest new sounds to put emphasis on having fun while exercising.  Beyond Sculpt, a brand new fitness-based approach to yoga that is targeted to strengthen the body using weights. Zumba Toning, a combination of targeted body-sculpting exercises and high-energy cardio work with Latin-infused Zumba moves to create a calorie-burning, strength-training dance fitness-party. Fit Into Your Jeans Workout, a total-body workout that sculpts sexy thighs, legs and butt while working on the upper body and core, and FNR (flexibility Not Required), which is a simple, worry-free introduction to yoga. 

Besides trying out the latest in fitness, Are You Game? also provides the best in skin care and wellness through various booth activities like one-on-one skin, nutrition and slimming consultations, massages, nail treatments, and dehydration booths. Plus, participants can try out other fun sports like archery, wall climbing, and dance consoles!

So what are you waiting for? Be healthy, be fun, be game! Don’t forget to bring the May or June issue of Women’s Health to enter. To know how to pre-register, visit www.femalenetwork.com/WHAreYouGame/.

Women’s Health Are You Game? event is brought to you by Century Tuna, Planet Sports and Kojie San. Special thanks to minor sponsor Nische, official venue partner SM Mall of Asia and official media partners Female Network, Wave 89.1 and Magic 89.9

For more of Women’s Health grab a copy of the May issue of Women’s Health with Jodi Sta. Maria on the cover available in all bookstores, magazines stands nationwide. You can also download the May issue of Women’s Health online, visit https://www.summitnewsstand.com.ph/womens-health.

Banana Running’s BARDS and the Women’s Health Magazine Sept. Issue

The September issue of the Philippine edition of the Women’s Health Magazine is now out! This issue contains a wealth of useful information regarding weight loss. But the thing that made this particular issue is that our good friend, runner and blogger behind the Bananarunning Blog, Bards Bathan is included in the Weight Loss Challenge as she was one of the chosen participants. 

Check Bard’s account on how she landed at the pages of the magazine’s September issue in her blog post HERE.

Meanwhile, read the below press release to see why WH is a must-read magazine for us Filipina women. Cheers!

PRESS RELEASE:

Your Ideal Weight: Get there and stay there with Women’s Health Ultimate Weight-Loss issue

For the ultimate weight loss issue, Women’s Health makes sure that every woman finds a bigger reason why they should lose the extra pounds. This September, Editor-in-Chief   Lara Parpan asks, “Just how much do you love yourself?” as she devotes the issue on weight loss and how to keep a healthier lifestyle.

Be inspired by five real women who triumphed over their low-esteem and unhealthy habits. Learn about what made them embrace their now active lifestyle and what pushes them to stick to it. Women’s Health also introduces three women who took on the The Women’s Health Weight-Loss Challenge. Find out what programs did they follow for four weeks, the diet they went through, the insights they gained after, and if the challenge can work for you, too.

Your start to your own weight-loss journey also begins by knowing what to eat and what not to. In the issue, Women’s Health gives you the other (and unpopular) side of fat. According to Bonnie Taub-Dix the author of Read It Before You Eat It, “Fat in food is equated to fat on hips – but it’s not the same. Dietary fat is one nutrient that can help you lose stubborn pounds.” Read through fat’s larger purpose and integral role in balancing your nutritional needs and learn what kind of fat should remain as an enemy to your eyes and body.

Cover girl, Angelica Panganiban also shares her own weight-loss story. The self-confessed badminton lover told Women’s Health that she doesn’t really like going to the gym. She says, that when you find the right sport or exercise, you won’t even think of it as “working out.” “Mas gusto ko yung badminton, volleyball or table tennis.” The actress even shares that since she started playing badminton this January, her endurance and stamina has upped and all because she plays with her male friends. In losing weight, she adds “Do something you love and get people you love even more to do it with you.”

Learn more about how you can jumpstart to a healthier lifestyle with this month’s weight loss issue and find out more about how Angelica Panganiban continues to love her active lifestyle without any worries of restricting herself too much. The September issue of Women’s Health is available in newsstands and bookstores nationwide. For more of Women’s Health online, become a fan on Facebook (Facebook.com/womenshealthphilippines) and follow them on Twitter (Twitter.com/womenshealthph). 

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