These are the other ways the fit­ness fa­natic loves to keep healthy

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Health -


“There are so many ben­e­fits that come with yoga – in­creased flex­i­bil­ity and mus­cle strength, greater hap­pi­ness, in­creased men­tal fo­cus, a greater abil­ity to re­lax, de­creased anx­i­ety and bet­ter sleep,” says Meghan. “It’s in my blood. I love an in­tense vinyasa class – and even bet­ter if it’s blast­ing hip-hop and done in a dark room with can­dle­light. The best!”


It turns out pound­ing the pave­ment has dual ben­e­fits for Meghan. “I love run­ning but I think you have to find a work­out rou­tine that re­ally speaks to you, be­yond try­ing to get goals for your body,” she pre­vi­ously dished to Shape magazine. “For me, run­ning, I need it as much for my head and to clear my head as for keep­ing in shape.”


Meghan likes to keep a pert be­hind too, with re­ports she’s a long­time fan of trainer to the stars Rus­sell Bate­man’s booty-shap­ing class, the Skinny B*tch Col­lec­tive. The classes are so ex­clu­sive you have to be in­vited to at­tend them!


“Pi­lates Plat­inum is hands down the best thing you could do for your body,” Meghann says, re­fer­ring to the LA Pi­lates stu­dio chain founded by her per­sonal trainer friend Heather Do­rak. The classes are taught on Megaformer ma­chines, which in­crease re­sis­tance on iso­lated mus­cle groups dur­ing each ex­er­cise.

Meghan loves yoga – and her mum is an in­struc­tor!

Meghan raves about Pi­lates Plat­inum.

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