How to Get Healthy and Strong in Midlife with Pauline Nordin

Pauline Nordin is an international fitness trainer and founder of Fighterdiet, a lifestyle concept that has transformed over 100,00 women and sold 20 million dollars in lifetime sales. She was also a celebrity trainer in Hollywood as well as a Biggest Loser trainer in her home country of Sweden. Along with other accolades, she is also well known in the fitness field for her integrity and never selling out to the next diet or fitness fad. Pauline wants to help women achieve their best health and show them how to live a fit and strong lifestyle.

In this episode, Pauline discusses fitness and nutrition myths that keep us from achieving our goals. She also tackles one our biggest hurdles, our mindset,  and what we need to be doing if we want to get fit, healthy and strong in midlife.

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