Shape Magazine is edited to deliver useful techniques and an understanding of fitness. Top experts from diverse fields of exercise, nutrition, psychology and beauty join forces with nationally known journalists to make each issue a how-to manual for a healthful lifestyle.
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More About Shape: Fitness enthusiasts tend to get inspired when they read Shape magazine. It’s not hard to see why. Shape, targeted toward women who want to get in shape or stay in shape, can learn about all things fitness straight from some of the most respected trainers around the country. For readers who are curious how some of LA’s most celebrated stay in shape, they’re in luck—Shape often highlights the workout routines of Hollywood’s most famous faces. While Shape certainly specializes in the fit, the magazine makes sure that it also includes news and tips in its beauty, style and fashion sections. Inside, there are also plenty of recipes and helpful hints on preparing low calorie meals. While Shape’s travel section, “Venture Out,” tends to include active getaways, one reason people choose Shape is its step-by-step guides and pictures; detailed information on performing a featured exercise. Shape does not discriminate. If abs get targeted on one page, thighs could be on the next.