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You know you are not doing a great job of taking care of yourself, but you can’t seem to find the energy to take the steps you know you need to take to tackle your menopause symptoms.
I created this free resource because it’s the easiest thing to keep putting things off until next month, when you’ll be feeling better.
Minimising Menopause Malarkey – one month at a time!
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3 Things About Starting an In-Person Exercise Class Again
The idea of using the elements to fuel my workouts came from being post menopause and the loss of an internal rhythm of when to push and when to rest. I’m exploring how to exercise with a different kind of rhythm that comes from nature
If you are struggling to start exercising again after the menopause you may have been feeling exercise guilt as you know how important it is for your health to exercise but the affects post menopause is still rippling out.
Your quads are the big group of muscles at the front of your legs and they can often get tight from sitting a lot. Here are 3 Ways to Improve Your Quad Stretch
Spend your time working out, not searching the web for the one video you want but can’t remember its name! Best Workout Video Journal
You may think a Fitbit is just for counting your steps. It does a great job of that, but I know that it’s also the reason that puts women off using it! I think a Fitbit is a great addition to your Exercise Toolkit for these 3 reasons….
Push up Like a Girl? Nah, I push up like a middle-aged women warrior
Introducing ‘The Push up Challenge V5.0’
You are probably quite familiar with the guideline to walk 10,000 steps a day. What isn’t quite as well known is that this adds up to 3,650,000 steps a year
Why Set Exercising Deadlines Post Menopause? Deadlines are a great way of helping you figure out what your priorities are and how much time you have.
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The menopause can be a frustrating time when it feels like nothing you are doing is working to reduce symptoms and waistline.
‘The change’ requires changes of you. Often what has worked in the past i.e. ‘eat less, exercise more’ just doesn’t cut it.
You know you need to do something, but your not sure the best way to take care of yourself during this time of transition.