Chris Freytag is the founder of Get Healthy U, a business that caters to the fitness struggles of middle-aged women and older. She has over twenty years of experience in the fitness industry and has helped hundreds of women get their health back together past their prime. She is a certified personal trainer, health coach, and group fitness instructor as well as author of seven books and dozens of fitness DVDs. Her goal is to help women understand that fitness is accessible beyond forty.
In this episode, Chris shares her experience working with women who think they’re too old to be fit. She explains why programs that promote “quick and easy” ways are not ideal and why being patient with results matters when you’re over forty. She also describes what her fitness programs are like and what makes them unique compared to what the fitness industry is promoting today.
'Trust the process, go for the small wins, and allow yourself to make mistakes.' Chris FreytagClick To Tweet
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- When she first became interested in fitness.
- The age where you can tell who’s working out and who’s not.
- Why self-care is important if you want to take care of others.
- Why she says motion is lotion.
- How to set your goals realistically when you’re over 40 or 50.
- The questions you should ask yourself to start being fit.
- The effects of being stressed out and why it gets worse as you age.
- 80% of fitness is what you put into your body.
- The health journey as we get older is about habits.
- Fitness is not so much about weight loss, but feeling good.
- Don’t expect immediate results when you’re over 40.
- Braving the Wilderness book by Brené Brown
Connect with Chris:
- Get Healthy U
- Get Healthy U TV
- Get Healthy U TV Gold Membership – Use coupon code FITGOLD20 to claim your discount!
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