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The Flipping 50 Show

Let's start Flipping 50 with the energy and the vitality you want for this second half! I solve your biggest challenges and answer questions about how to move, what to eat, and when, along with the small lifestyle changes that can make the most difference in the least amount of time. Join me and my expert guests for safe, sane, simple solutions for your second (and better) half!

Nov 30, 2021

Moderate amounts of HIGH and of low intensity exercise vs “moderate” middle-of-the-intensity pyramid.

zone 1

= your daily activities of life.

You walk the dog. You go up and down stairs. You garden. You golf. You have an active job.

Zone 2

= endurance, steady state exercise at a low all-day pace

You go for a bike...

Nov 24, 2021

Are you eating too little to lose weight? How would you know?

Eating consistently less than your body wants will slow your metabolism. You will lose your metabolic flexibility. There is no way you can eat less and less, continue to exercise the same or more and not stress your body, causing a ripple of...

Nov 23, 2021

The Flipping50 membership is a labor of love in response to frustrations I heard for years with my own private clients and the hundreds of women in midlife training with staff members, then later the thousands of women I know weren’t wrong when they said, “I’m not settling” and “I’m not going to listen to a...

Nov 19, 2021

This Flipping 50 Insider question comes from Joy who asks about any difference between post menopause fitness and menopause fitness recommendations. She wrote:

I’ve been following Flipping 50 for some time and enjoy it! One question, do the same rules apply to post menopause (66) as to menopause? Thanks!



Nov 16, 2021

10 Years of increased physical activity (exercise) AFTER MIDLIFE can reduce mortality rate by 32%

Publication: British Medical Journal

Subjects: 2205 50 yr-olds in 1970-73

What: Re-examined at age 60, 70, 77, and 82


After an increase in physical activity, subjects could not be distinguished [on the basis of...