Menopause can be a tough time… Mood swings and increased stress.
You may be battling headaches, nausea, and night sweats — all causing you to feel more irritable than usual.
There are the unexpected hot flashes (which often come at the most inopportune times — like during an important meeting at work).
On top of all that, it becomes more and more difficult to lose weight as your metabolism starts lagging behind.
Nevermind getting back to the body you had when you were 20. You’d be happy to drop even one dress size — and ultimately, to still look and feel sexy at 50.
Is it too late to lose weight after menopause?
Many women going through menopause believe that it’s too late to lose weight — that they’re just too old and it’s not possible.
They’ve tried everything in the past and nothing has worked.
This may sound all too familiar, but it couldn’t be more wrong!
If you haven’t been able to lose weight since menopause began, it isn’t your fault. That’s because no one’s ever told you how to exercise during this time in your life to boost your metabolism.
The reality is, if you know what you’re doing, losing weight during menopause is not only possible… but it can be EASIER than for younger women.
Yes, your hormones change as you get close to menopause… But, if you know how to exercise for your body type, you’ll be able to easily drop a dress size quickly and without starving yourself or doing marathon workouts.
But before you learn what to do, let’s first take a look at what women going through menopause should never do:
Stop Doing Cardio!
If you’re over 45 and using a treadmill, elliptical, or running around the block to burn fat and get a flat, firm belly, you are not just wasting your time…
… You’re also hurting your body!
If you’re going through menopause, cardio workouts are very stressful on your metabolism. Excessive cardio increases cortisol (your stress hormone), causing the exact opposite effect on your body than what you’re trying to achieve.
On top of that, it takes its toll on your joints and bones. As you get older, your calcium levels decrease. This means your bones can’t recover as effectively from long cardio workouts.
How Should You Work Out During Menopause?
So if cardio isn’t the answer, what is? The solution is a workout that boosts your hormones in a massive way.
Since your body is no longer producing fat-burning hormones as effectively as it did when you were younger, you need to produce them yourself.
That’s where this morning metabolism-boosting secret comes in.
It’s a completely natural way to boost your hormones.
And it’s fast, easy, and even FUN.
It also has a powerful effect on your hormones. Each time you complete this morning routine, a cascade of natural, revitalizing hormones begin surging through your body, allowing you to burn fat.