Fitness for Women Who Love to Eat and Hate to Move

by Esta McIntyre

Jul 26, 2020 | Books, Health

Listen as Kelli interviews Esta

How does a sexagenarian who adores food and loathes exercise find the path to better health?

With a sense of humor and an unwillingness to give up, even after losing and gaining over 50 pounds five times! Esta McIntyre shares, with pure honesty and some unabashed humor, the “ups and downs” of fitting into society’s “one-size-fits-all” expectations for women.

She will educate, motivate and, most of all, help you to discover your “Personal Fitness Blueprint.” This is a book for the ages, not just the aging. So put on your most comfortable sweats and cozy up to this genuine, feel-good read filled with stories and direction for advancing in years with grace and good health.

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Esta McIntyre

Esta McIntyre


I come from a family with a propensity towards obesity. I understand the mind set and hard work required to maintain a healthy lifestyle. From the time I was 16 years old, I have lost and gained 50+ pounds multiple times. I tried almost everything – every program – prescription drugs – cosmetic surgery – everything short of stomach stapling…

Through personal experience and with help from professionals in the health and fitness industry, I have been able to bring that roller coaster to a halt.

If long-lasting weight loss, muscle development, flexibility, balance and endurance are what you’re looking for, you’ve come to the right place.