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Moving Your Way Through The Menopause

  • It may feel like the last thing you want to think about at the moment is exercise. Or, you may be exercising as you have done for years but you are still gaining weight and wonder what is the point?
  • You may also find you have a few more aches and pains than normal which makes you feel your age. This doesn’t have to be the case.
  • Now is the time for us to fall in love with moving our bodies.
  • You may need to adapt the type of exercise you’re doing and now is a great time to find new, fun things that get you moving.
  • It’s important you think about your mindset, we shouldn’t see exercise as a punishment but a way of nourishing and preparing our bodies to become stronger and healthier, no matter what our age.
  • This may feel a million miles from where you are now, and trust me I get it.
  • We are here to help you find what exercise is right for you and how you can build yourself up to have the energy to do the things you love.
  • In this section we focus on understanding the impact moving our bodies and the right types of exercise for this time in our lives.
 

Here are some great posts to start reading:

 
Exercise and the Menopause – click here to read

You might already exercise regularly and even if you don’t exercise specifically to help with weight loss, it’s imperative to be active for your health and wellbeing. If you aren’t currently exercising, or if you haven’t exercised for a long time, then it’s normal to feel anxious about starting a programme. Please don’t worry, the most important thing is getting moving, it doesn’t matter what you do.

 
Why now is the time for strength – click here to read

We are now living longer than ever and this means that we now spend half our lifetime in menopause – 40 years on average for most women. Hormonal fluctuations can impact on a your health, fitness, body weight, and emotional state. But research is now showing that strength training is an important factor in sustaining your health and fitness as you reaches mid-life and beyond.

 

The Menopause Club Home Workouts:

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