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Siobhan Byrne’s ultimate menopause workout

Whether you are new to strength training or an old hand, these four simple exercises are an ideal way to get your body moving during perimenopause and menopause

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Personal trainer Siobhan Byrne. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Personal trainer Siobhan Byrne. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Swimming 1

Swimming 1

Swimming 2

Swimming 2

Flutter Kicks 1

Flutter Kicks 1

Flutter Kicks 2

Flutter Kicks 2

Crunch Reach 1

Crunch Reach 1

Crunch Reach 2

Crunch Reach 2

Prisoner Squats 1

Prisoner Squats 1

Prisoner Squats 2

Prisoner Squats 2

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Personal trainer Siobhan Byrne. Photo: Steve Humphreys

One of the most important things you can do for yourself as a woman is to strength train. Probably not high on your agenda if you are busy rearing a family, have a jam-packed work life or just generally find the hustle and bustle of everyday life tiring enough.

Every day I put clients of all ages through their paces and one thing is certain —strength training benefits everybody. It is no different if you find yourself going through perimenopause or menopause. You may not feel like training, but the benefits far outweigh any feeling of lethargy you may have before you begin.


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