The body changes as we age, especially through peri-menopause and menopause. Bring on the sleepless nights, midsection weight gain and stronger urge to wind down with a glass of pinot.
True, our bodies change. Also true: there are a few SIMPLE things you can do to help your body as she transitions through menopause.
In this interview with Jenny May Clermont, you’ll learn:
- Why we gain weight around the midsection, and what to do about it
- The right kind of exercise to support your body into your 40s and beyond (and you don’t need to log long hours on the treadmill)
- Simple in the moment strategies to reduce stress and balance your hormones
Jenny May has over 25 years of research on diet and exercise with the purpose of gaining a deeper understanding in regards to how diet and exercise affects your hormone profile, performance and body fat levels.Jenny May believes that whether you are over 40 and want to lose belly fat or an equestrian trying to enhance your riding performance or an athlete (or weekend warrior) looking to run faster, jump higher, and play harder you should receive the same quality of training and care as a professional / Olympic level athlete, which is why Jenny May seeks to be the best by learning from the best coaches in the health & wellness industry.
Certifications: ISSA, Biosignature Modualtion, HKC, FMS, Author of Menopausal Fitness & You, Bachelors of Chemistry
Get in touch with Jenny May: http://jennymaysays.com/
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