Meghan Duggan Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Bust, Waist, and Hip Size

BLAINE, MN - AUGUST 26:  Meghan Duggan of the U.S. Women's National Hockey Team poses for a portrait on August 26, 2009 at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minnesota.  (Photo by Tom Dahlin/Getty Images)Meghan Duggan is an American ice hockey forward. Born on the 3rd of September 1987 in Danvers, Massachusetts, United States, she represented the United States at the 2010 Winter Olympics, winning a silver medal. She is the daughter of Bob Duggan and Mary Duggan and the sister of Bryan Duggan and Katelyn Duggan. A product of Cushing Academy, she also attended at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Let’s talk about Meghan’s training routine. When asked in an interview how she usually ups her fitness, she said, “It depends if we’re in season or not. In-season, right now, we do a lot of circuit training, a lot of plyometrics and functional movement type stuff. As hockey players, we’re predominantly lower-body loaded, so we do most stuff on one leg. We work with Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning out of Woburn. One of our biggest tests is a Rear Foot-Elevated Split Squat with Kettlebells. I think most players on our team will hold around 64 kilos, which is 130 pounds for a one legged squat. That’s pretty good.”

When it comes to nutrition, she said, “This entire year, because we’re training so much, everyone on our team has completely leaned out. It’s crazy the shape that we’re in. The best thing you can do is eat a balance of lean protein, greens, grains and vegetables. In a two-hour ice session, you can lose two pounds of water weight, so [we] make sure we’re hydrating and eating right.”

Body Measurement (2017 – Age 29)

Height: 173 cm | 5 feet, 8 Inches
Weight: 74 kg | 163 lbs
Bra/Bust Size: (not known)
Waist Size: (not known)
Hip Size: (not known)