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Denise is a very upbeat person!  I have walked with her on DVD, VHS and cassettes. She is a little harder than Leslie Sansone but has great workouts too!

A pioneer in the fitness industry for 40 years, best-selling author and creator of Fit Over 50 Magazine, Denise Austin is a champion for women who aspire to be healthy, active and vital at every stage of life. Denise’s trademark zest for life, positive outlook and authentic attitude have endeared her to million of fans across the country and helped make her a leader in the fitness industry. Denise actively works to help women reach their goals, no matter their age or fitness level.

Redefining Fitness
Dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle, over the past three decades, Denise has avoided fitness and nutrition fads in favor of a constant, positive approach to balanced living. By getting regular exercise, focusing on healthy foods and putting well-being at the forefront, Denise has helped to motivate millions of people to a healthier lifestyle.
It’s how she did it in the 80s and it’s how she is doing it today.
As part of this “whole body” thinking, Denise has dedicated her time to worthy, related projects: She is the Fitness Ambassador to AARP, has formerly served two terms as a member of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, and helped launch the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s food pyramid guidance system.

Denise is also regularly in the news, continuing to talk about the importance of keeping fit, eating right and staying balanced.

Here are a few of her walking tapes below: 

For a FREE Virtual Walk from Denise, get up and walk right now below, just click play!

She has a newsletter you can join, an app to download, partnered with Easy Spirit walking shoes (which I love), and a Fitness Plan you can join! Plus her newest Prepared Meals Program!!

For more of her dvds, etc.. go to:  click here or here

You can also visit her site 

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