Combatting Menopause with Strength Training

September 28, 2022

Range of Motion Personal Coach, Jen Hunter, explores the benefits of strength training in mitigating the effects of menopause.

Changes in hormone levels after menopause are associated with decreased bone density, reduced muscle mass, reduced strength and increased body fat.

Whilst these factors of ageing are relevant to both men and women, menopause is associated with an acceleration of the onset of these declines. With this in mind, it is more important than ever that women take positive steps to reduce the adverse effects of menopause on the body.

Failing to act puts women at an increased risk of physical decline.

Strength training is an excellent way to counter the adverse effects of ageing.

  • Strength training offsets the loss of muscle mass and increases bone density.
  • Strength training improves balance, coordination, and functional capacity.
  • It can help reduce the risk of accidents and falls and ultimately lead to increased longevity.

It is never too late to start strength training to improve your health and well-being.

At Range of Motion, we understand that trying something new, like strength training, can be intimidating.

The exercises we do will help you increase strength and help you with everyday movements. We offer a caring, safe and supportive environment tailored to your individual goals.

If this sounds like something that would benefit you, get in touch and start making positive steps to improve your health today.


Jen Hunter
Personal Coach
Certificate III & IV Fitness

Dan Williams

Dan Williams


Dan Williams is the Director of Range of Motion and leads a team of Exercise Physiologists, Sports Scientists, Physiotherapists and Coaches. He has a Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Health Science) and a Postgraduate Bachelor of Exercise Rehabilitation Science from The University of Western Australia, with minors in Biomechanics and Sport Psychology.

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