First Lady of Fitness Kathy Smith’s Anti-Aging Workouts with Rejuvenation

On today’s show Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy had on fitness legend and our good friend Kathy Smith. Kathy turns 59 this year and she says aging schmaging. She has put together a signature new anti-aging work-out and dvd program. Kathy has been a leading force in the wellness industry since 1980. She has sold more than $50 million in infomercial products and over 16 million workout videos worldwide – she is a member of the Video Hall of Fame. She serves on the board of the USC’s School of Gerontology and the Women’s Sports Foundation.  She says that most 40+ year olds forget to work on their balance and some of the forgotten muscles – they only exercise the mirror muscles. So she has put together a program that helps improve your balance, posture, alignment and those forgotten muscles like your back.  Kathy has partnered with Rejuvenation to create prevention and rehabilitation kits and exclusive exercise media to rejuvenate the growing baby boomer population. This complete line has both exercise equipment and dvd workouts for every fitness level from the very beginner to the more advanced to those recovering from  injury. these workout will help everyone live a more healthful life and feel more youthful. She said that quick 10 minute workouts when you wake up will energize you more than a trip to Starbucks and a 10 minute workout before you go to be can help you destress and sleep better at night.  To learn more please go to or

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