Women In Wellness: Gail Gensler On the Five Lifestyle Tweaks That Will Help Support People’s Journey Towards Better Wellbeing

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6 min readMay 26, 2021


Find a balance that works for you. When you feed your body proper nutrition the likelihood of grabbing too many unhealthy choices decreases. This also adds to self-confidence as it helps you to stay fit and look fabulous!

As a part of my series about the women in wellness, I had the pleasure of interviewing Gail Gensler.

Gail Gensler, is a 60 years young entrepreneur that inspires a healthy lifestyle from a “real” woman’s perspective and aims to change the narrative around aging through fitness. Her core belief is that age should never determine one’s lifestyle, appearance, and most certainly what type of workouts you do!

Thank you so much for joining us in this interview series! Our readers would love to “get to know you” better. Can you share your “backstory” with us?

I believe that age should never determine how we dress, what we enjoy doing, how we should be portrayed in society, and most definitely the type of workouts that we enjoy. My goal is to change the narrative around aging so that younger people can realize that it´s something to embrace and look forward to and to inspire and motivate my peers to never take their wellness for granted and that a vibrant, healthy life is achievable regardless of age.

Can you share the most interesting story that happened to you since you started your career? What were the main lessons or takeaways from that story?

I was a member of a boxing gym and the owner asked me if I would be interested to teach classes. It had been years since I did that, but I quickly rose to the challenge and accepted. My takeaway was a person is never too old to be an inspiration to others. I realized that I could still inspire and motivate a class of mostly younger participants to have an amazing workout!

Can you share a story about the biggest mistake you made when you were first starting? Can you tell us what lesson you learned from that?