Listed as number 33 on Greatist’s ‘Top 100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness’ next to Oprah Winfrey, as well as Business Insider’s ’50 Best Fitness Instagram Accounts to Follow in 2018′, Kelsey Wells is the Trainer that we all need in 2019!
At the age of 29, Kelsey has become one of the most sought after personal trainers to provide health and fitness advice to women around the world, including for her over 1.8 million Instagram followers.
Kelsey rose to influence following her transformation photos in 2016 when her message of wanting women to feel beautiful was heard online. Her social post ‘Screw the Scale’ went viral in July 2016 when media recognised Kelsey’s passion and desire to share her message with women globally. Women haven’t stopped resonating with Kelsey since, as she continues to help her community focus on self-love, inner strength and lifting weights without intimidation in the gym.
Now Kelsey is a proud Sweat trainer and the creator of two workout programs; PWR – a gym-based weight training program designed to help women sculpt lean muscle and increase their overall strength, and Post Pregnancy – designed to carefully assist women in regaining their strength and confidence after having children through low impact abdominal, pelvic floor and full body workouts. Taking a holistic approach to postpartum health, Kelsey encourages women to care for and nurture their bodies.
Women Fitness President, Namita Nayyar, joins the Sweat Trainer for an illuminating chat about her PWR Program and how she wishes to inspire more and more women in 2019!
You are the world’s most popular “fitness mama”, what motivated you towards fitness?
Initially I turned to exercise in hopes to cope with my anxiety and change the way I looked. I had not been active previously in my adult life and I simply didn’t understand the power that taking care of yourself could have on your life. As I began to incorporate regular exercise into my life I quickly started to learn that fitness is more than physical. Not only did exercise help me cope with my anxiety holistically, but I then began to understand that my body didn’t need to be changed – my mindset did.
The first thing that you changed in your unhealthy routine? 5 must have foods in any diet for weight loss diet?
The first change was incorporating exercise 3-5 times per week for 30-60 minutes. Once exercise was no longer so daunting and physical activity was a part of my routine, I then began to make small changes towards better nutrition.
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