First-ever fitness plan for menopausal women, part of the Estroven Changing Ways Program

January 31, 2014
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Deb Horn, a Licensed Personal Trainer in Bergen County, N.J. who has designed the first-ever fitness plan for menopausal women as part of the Estroven Changing Ways Program joins eHealth Radio and the Female Health & Fitness Channels.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Deb Horn discuss the following:

  • Why is it that women often face greater weight management challenges during menopause?
  • Tell us why you decided to create the Changing Ways workout program.
  • How does the Changing Ways workout program help deliver results?
  • What is the most important thing that you tell your clients who are going through menopause?
  • What other everyday tips do you have that can help our listeners manage their weight, especially during menopause?

Duration: 7:15




Deb Horn is a 46-year-old trainer in Bergen County, N.J. who has 20 years of experience and continued education in core training, balance training, high intensity training, functional training, sports conditioning, sport & specific training, BOSU and TRX. Whether it is for a busy professional, a stay-at-home parent, a seasoned athlete or someone recovering from an injury, Horn prides herself on designing fitness programs that are time efficient, goal-oriented and fun. By using functional training, real life expectations and motivation, her experience gives clients (many of whom are menopause-aged) tangible results. She has certification from the WITS Training School and The American Council on Exercise and is AED/CPR certified by the American Heart Association.



Links: www.estrovenchangingways.com


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