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CHIC FITNESS SPECIAL EDITION WEDDING GUIDE

2020 WEDDING GUIDE

We give you the tools to look amazing inside and out.

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Meet eDITOR-IN-cHIEF AND hoST viCTORIA nAPOLITANO

Victoria Napolitano has been a certified fitness instructor for almost 20 years.

Lifetime Fitness: On Your Way to a Healthier You

Many people end up abandoning perfectly good fitness programs and weight-loss regimens before they even lace up their sneakers.


Why? Because in a world filled with fast food, instant messaging, and a five-second disease-tracking device, anything without a quick payoff goes against the grain of the typical American instant gratification ethic. While it would be nice to actually drop inches in just a few days like what most miracle ads proclaim, managing weight and losing weight through physical fitness is a slow and steady process that takes time and commitment.

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Meet Anna Cortesi

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Registered Dietitian, Clinical Nutritionist, ThetaHealing® Practitioner

 Raised by a father who was in the military and a mother who was a beauty therapist, body image was always important in my family. My sister and I had to look pretty in cute, girly clothes, so extra body fat was unacceptable. I remember feeling worthless and a total disappointment to my parents from an early age. Despite entering adolescence at a healthy weight, I still felt chubbier than other girls. Binging demons followed me through every step – turning food into an enemy. I would hide my lunch, suppress my cravings and eat an apple, or cucumber a day. Nobody knew my secret. Not even my parents and friends. Then I would binge eat on everything I could possibly find in the house. I was always feeling weak, fragile and malnourished. Sometimes I would faint in between classes at school. During my last three years of high school, I fell into a destructive pattern of starvation, compulsive overeating, unhealthy food binging and bulimia nervosa...