Having gone through Menopause and now looking back ( am 65 now), I tell all my female clients, espically those approaching menopause, to look at it in a more positive light (I didn’t). That it is a necessary and important defining turning point, truly defining in character. Yes, it is a transition from one chapter to the next, and hopefully, it becomea is t women client that it is an important transitional phase, into a new another phase. One with more experirence, expertise, and wisdom that can be sharted with those yet to enter into it, or leaving it and living out the next phase successfully.
It trully is a matter of attitude, which sets the stage and foundation as to how one approaches their exercise programming ( a MUST), and weight managment, and dealing with others. Nutrition takes a different look. Protein the bulding block for healthier and stronger muscles, tagged with Strength Training, resulting in more stable joints, and a shaplier womanly body, and this phase is not so bad after all!