Episode 031: Menopause Woes


Episode 031: Menopause Woes


Today, we’re talking about one of the most common struggles I get questions about in my practice: menopause. 


This is a topic that causes a lot of frustration. It’s something I hear complaints about all the time from my female clients. I also get questions about it from some of my male clients who are dealing with their female wives, girlfriends, and spouses and trying to learn how to address some of the changes that occur during this phase of life.


Menopause has become an anomaly in the fitness world as everyone responds to it differently. There is so much going on internally and so many hormone changes happening in the women who are navigating it. All of this makes it a hard transitional phase to manage.


Today, I want to discuss various menopausal woes that I’ve heard from my clients and other women. I’ll get into the spectrum of symptoms women deal with, some natural ways to manage them, and ultimately why we must let our bodies just do their thing.

Listen HERE!

Show Highlights:

  • Common symptoms of menopause.
  • Other life changes that may occur during menopause that can heighten the symptoms.
  • Signs of the onset of menopause.
  • The hormonal changes happening in your body during menopause.
  • The importance of strength training when you hit menopause.
  • Why many menopausal women start storing more belly fat.
  • Methods for keeping the body in homeostasis.
  • Why self-acceptance is important.

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