Michelle Griffith-Robinson’s fitness advice for menopause

We’re really excited to bring you a selection of videos from Michelle Griffith-Robinson, a GB Olympian, life coach, menopause advocate and mum of three.

Her practical, inspiring advice on fitness makes something that could be seen as daunting really relatable and applicable to our everyday lives.

Michelle’s take on exercise during the menopause.

Olympian and life coach, Michelle Griffith Robinson, gives advice on exercise during the menopause. To find out more, click here: https://www.qvcuk.com/content/menopause-your-way.html?qq=mh?cm_mmc=Social_Organic-_-Organic_YouTube-_-MenopauseYourWayYoutube_YouTubeShowMoreDescription-_-MYW_Menopause

Using filled bags as weights is an easy way to strength train while walking home from your food shop, or if you want to use dedicated weights, we stock kettlebells in a range of weights too.

Focus on strength training

Uploaded by QVCUK on 2022-11-21.

Finding the time during the day to stretch and focus on your breathing can help to focus your mind when things get on top of you. You can do this anywhere and at any time, but if you fancy trying something that adds a cosy touch to your stretching routine, try this Homedics mat.

The benefits of stretching

Uploaded by QVCUK on 2022-11-21.

For more menopause stories, advice and interviews, head to the Menopause Your Way Stories hub. To browse and shop a curated edit of menopause products, visit the Menopause Your Way page on QVC.

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We understand there’s a lot of information out there on the menopause. You can read through the NICE guidance on menopause management, as well as the NHS overview on the menopause.