21st CENTURY FOX
morgan has the body beautiful for the nineties and beyond
In the not-so-distant future, when genetic engineers begin designing a human chassis, Morgan Fox may find work as the blueprint. Miss December's nearly six-foot frame is cradled by toned muscle groups she tends daily in the British Columbia gym where she works as a personal trainer. When this energetic sportswoman says, "I love cardio," she's not talking of some lost Italian love but of her passion for cardiovascular exercise. She also skis ("I taught myself," she says of her latest kick, slalom racing. "It's pretty easy"). As a youngster in Kamloops, B.C., she was a rodeo contestant (steer roping, barrel racing) and she still rides Scooter, a quarter horse/Thoroughbred crossbreed, regularly. And every day, without fail, she goes through her paces at the gym: warm-up stretches, stationary biking, weight training, making the machine circuit, sit-ups, leg lifts -- you name it. "I like to push myself to the limits," she says, "just to see what I can do."
Photography by Stephen Wayda