Strong Fitness Magazine Australia

STRONG Women to Watch


Body Transformation Coach and Bikini Competitor // @claudia.jovanovski

Attending an all-girls school surrounded by peers who craved a super lean aesthetic took its toll on the mental health of Claudia Jovanovski. After becoming obsessed with calorie counting, undereating and excessive cardio, she knew it was time to make a change. She sought qualified help, overturned her social circle and took up resistance training. Now, she’s competed in dozens of bikini shows, is an internationally published cover model and – most importantly – is healthy, happy and confident in her own skin.


I have always been very active – I played sport in school and exercised most days of the week – but my life was far from balanced and healthy. I believed the skinnier I was, the more attractive people would find me. Instead of worrying about the nutritional value of food, I only considered its calorie and fat content. My diet largely consisted of low-calorie, caffeinated, processed, artificially sweetened and highly addictive ‘foods’ such as

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Strong Fitness Magazine Australia

Strong Fitness Magazine Australia1 min letti
SIP IN Style
This petite stoneware beauty with a bamboo lid is endlessly reusable, while the glossy pink speckled glaze calls to your girly side. $29.95, We are loving the marble everything trend, so this light weight, eco-friendly glass water bo
Strong Fitness Magazine Australia2 min lettiDiet & Nutrition
Fantastic Five
All our experts agree that a diet rich in vitamins and minerals is the best way to support hormone health. And ‘eat the rainbow’ is more than just a hashtag. “The current recommendation is to eat 30 different foods across the week,” says Austin. Gett
Strong Fitness Magazine Australia1 min letti
Programming Tip
Try and include all the planes of motion in your training: sagittal, frontal and transverse. The sagittal plane cuts the body into left and right halves (forward and backward movements), while the frontal plane cuts the body into front and back halve