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The Retirement Trainer

Jan 15, 2021

Every new year, people make resolutions to lose weight or just get in shape. 

So, what does that have to do with retirement? It’s simple: working out can be a stress reliever, can help us get healthier, and allows us to be more productive. And being healthier later in life gives us more time, strength, and energy to do all the things we said we were going to do before we retired.

Joining me today to talk about this is Alex White, co-founder of Peak Human Performance. Alex creates personalized, athletic-based approaches to training for people who live active lifestyles. If you want to live a happier, healthy, more active lifestyle, Alex’s training encompasses not just what you do in the gym or when you’re on a hike, but how you manage your sleep, nutrition, stress, and more. 

In this conversation, we discuss the importance of staying active in retirement, the power of purpose, and the mental and physical changes that happen when retirees (and those on the road to retirement) choose to make fitness an active part of their lifestyle.

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In this podcast interview, you’ll learn: 

  • How 2020 rocked the fitness industry - and how retirees are staying active despite gyms and other facilities being closed down all over the world.
  • The value of coaching in fitness (and almost everything).
  • How to find motivation to exercise even if you absolutely hate hitting the gym.
  • The power of setting goals and tracking key performance indicators in your fitness.
  • Why the little things make the biggest differences in our finances and our health.

Show Notes

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