E68: How to build a fitness/wellness routine for someone who hasn’t worked out in a while with Meg Stickl

I don’t want to end up like my parents” – “I want to focus on prevention” – “I want to make sure I’m as active and fit as possible because I don’t want to end up in a home, or unable to take care of myself

These sentences that Meg Stickl mentioned while we were doing her interview really stuck with me. Have you ever had these thoughts? Well, today we’re going all in with Meg Stickl, CEO of A.I.M. Fitness, who will guide you on how to build this routine back so that you can ultimately feel healthier! Feeling “stuck” in a no routine cycle can really put a damper on your day to day life, and not to mention on your future health if you don’t put it as a priority!

Meg Stickl is an Certified Personal Trainer and Older Adults’ Fitness Expert, the founder of AIM Fitness, and the host of Fit Over 50 on Rogers TV.
Meg loves being out in nature, loves to watercolor paint to unwind, and enjoys helping people learn to build healthy habits and to enjoy their workouts! Meg helps adults 50+ worldwide improve their strength, mobility, and independence to live their best lives!

What you’ll learn: (Grab a pen and paper, you’re going to want to take some notes here!)

  1. Common things that makes people “fall off” the exercise wagon
  2. Tips to get back on the active cycle for better health
  3. Keeping a food diary – game changer!
  4. Tips to prevent falling off the health wagon – it’s all about planning, but also asking yourself important questions, and to be honest with yourself!

Meg has great trackers available for your to download to keep your habits consistent, and caters to virtual clients (and in person if you live in the Ottawa area!) You can connect with her through thougher her wesbite, activitesinmotion.ca:

Meg Stickl Website

Meg Stickl Youtube Channel

Thanks for your kind listening ears, always


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