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Future of fitness

Meet 5 women who’ve got the fit factor

Madison Schnarr

Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

Stats: 26 • 135 lb • 5’10”

Gig: Personal trainer

Sporty girl: Madison Schnarr was extremely athletic growing up. “Not only was I enrolled in every sport I could fit into the week, but I had to do each of these sports at the highest competitive level,” she says. “I was truly born to be an athlete.” Schnarr credits her mom with helping her get where she is today. “My mom never missed a show or game or even a 6 a.m. practice. She taught me how to train hard, manage my time and be competitive.”

As a teen, Schnarr was involved in modeling, and she became overly concerned with her weight. Along with

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