Future of fitness

Meet 5 women who’ve got the fit factor.


Jennifer McArver


Stats: 31 • 120 lb • 5’2”

Gig: Project coordinator

Taking a stand: Jennifer McArver began working out in 2012 after dealing with divorce and the short sale of her home. “After su_ ering from depression and anxiety, I decided to do something positive for myself,” she says. “I love the sheer determination it takes to plug into your headphones and focus so greatly on the lift, and then the sense of success after the lift is completed.”

McArver trains legs twice a week (one workout focused on quads and the other on hamstrings/ glutes), trains back twice a

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