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I’ve got 5 menopause fitness questions all cued up today. In this roundup from our Flipping 50 Insiders, Instagram, and iTunes comments I’m answering 5 questions. I bet one or more of them is a lingering question for you too, or you’ll love listening to confirm what you thought all along was spot on. And
This listener question comes from a new listener and asks about balanced eating in menopause, and examples of good workouts if you don’t have weight to lose. She cleverly packed a lot of questions into her “ask.” I answer the majority of them here. I hope you find it helpful to listen to this …
Boosting your muscle in menopause is one of the smartest investments you’ll make. The physiological/hormonal/brain changes you begin to experience in perimenopause are useful to understand. What actionable items women can you take (with food, fasting, training, supplementing) in perimenopause and menopause that make you more immune to the roller coaster ride menopause doesn’t have
Yes, supplements in menopause will influence your ability to get and keep muscles. They’ll support your immune system. They’ll influence your overall energy levels today and the way you age. You can eat “healthy” every day of the year, but we all slip sometimes. We can’t eat 21-27,000 calories it would take a day in
Dealing with menopause belly fat weight gain? So is one reader who asked for a refresher on this very commonly visited question at Flipping50. And here’s what you can do about it. I am wondering if you have any insights into why postmenopausal women gain weight in the stomach or lower stomach. I understand cortisol
What about flipping 60? That’s such a frequently asked question. The question comes up so often that I’m dedicating this short podcast to answer. And it begs two responses. First your body, specifically your muscle and your bone. Second, your mindset. I’ve worked with many women over 37 years. Privately, in group situations, on campuses,
Tucked into all the life lessons of 2020, the fitness lessons from 2020 were pretty clear. Exercise done right boosts immunity. The first of fitness lessons from 2020 was the fact that it is moderate amounts of high and low intensity exercise, not moderate exercise that benefits your immune system most. Exercise supports depression, anxiety,
What is the relationship between cortisol and exercise in menopause? Is cortisol sabotaging your exercise results? Understanding the Role of Cortisol and Exercise in Menopause I’m a science girl, a prove-it-to-me girl. I’m also a follow your gut and heart girl. The science spiritual. Quite the diverse continuum. I believe we all have the ability
Should you strength train more often? That is the question. It is not the strength training session. It is the result of proper strength training that increases lean muscle, decreases fat, and therefore improves body composition. A question from Cary in our community, “If strength training does more to improve fat loss shouldn’t we strength