Status Fitness Magazine adds Fitness Expert Mallory Dougoud to Status Team
By Status Fitness Magazine
Sept 1st, 2021
Texas, USA – Status Fitness Magazine has signed master trainer Mallory Dougoud to its all-star fitness and editorial lineup. Understanding fitness is more than physical, Mallory takes pride in leading men and women to have a healthy relationship with food, the gym, and staying on track. Mallory will share her vast knowledge and expertise in all areas of physique change and contest prep in her own column in Status Fitness Magazine.
Mallory Dougoud shares her thoughts on joining the Status team
It means everything. To finally have a voice and spread kindness, give something of value that can change someone’s outlook on life, fitness, and themselves. I’m not GaryVee (duh) but to be a female version of him in the way that he preaches and instils knowledge but it’s in love, kindness, and caring for other humans. Yes work hard, go to the gym, leave no stone unturned, etc. But what are you doing to build up others around you? How are you uplifting and supporting women? What is your legacy in your field and as a person?
The name speaks for itself. It truly is the “STATUS” of fitness and bodybuilding. A very well respected magazine and I am over the moon for this opportunity.
Mallory Dougoud shares her plan on bringing to the team and audience.
A woman’s mindset. I have been an athlete my entire life and have been an NPC bikini competitor since 2018. I have been on both extremes of athleticism and lifestyle, struggling with an eating disorder. I know what it’s like to be bullied, be made fun of, create a hard exterior (“savage” as the millennials like to say). I know what it’s like to work so hard and receive very little encouragement, acknowledgement, and support. The stories I want to bring to the forefront are just that. Women that have struggled have been victims of all the above and more BUT with a message of value for women. A lot of life’s pressures come from other women. We judge we don’t have the willingness to understand, we get jealous, we are reactive, etc. I want to change that narrative. What are the successful women in the industry doing to bring about awareness and the true meaning of “women supporting women”. What is their mindset going forward? What advice would you give to the young girls who look up to you? How do you change the narrative and be kind to those that don’t support you, instead of labelling them a hater? I want to hear their stories and what positive changes have they made to be at the height of their game whilst being kind and supportive to others?
Status Editor-in-Chief Rodney Jang shares his thoughts on Mallory Dougoud
Mallory is a proactive fitness entrepreneur. From the first time we spoke, I got a great sense of her exceptional work ethic and desire to inspire others. We are thrilled to have Mallory as part of the Status team.
About Mallory Dougoud
Mallory received a bachelors degree in journalism from all Roberts University and 2013. She was an NBA Dance for the OKC Thunder G league team from 2012-2014. Then got picked up by the San Antonio Spurs from 2014-2016. Mallory began personal training in 2014. In 2018, Made By Mal: Online Coaching was created.
Find out more about Mallory: IG | Youtube | Website
Status Fitness Magazine is a fitness media company founded in 2006. Geared towards the fitness enthusiast to the hardcore competitive athlete, Status delivers current, reliable and valuable knowledge to anyone interested in fitness as a lifestyle.
Status is well known for its Print Magazine featuring the likes of George St. Pierre, Brock Lesner, Jennifer Nicole Lee, Ashley Kaltwasser among others, Status Model Searches, and Media Production Studio, YouTube page and Athlete team. All of these avenues help focus on presenting its information with the highest quality photography, design, layout, and in the case of its print publication, paper stock. Status is not only available as a high quality, attractive print publication, but is also available through various technologies, allowing access to the masses.
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