Denise Austin: Staying Fit & Positive at Home


Denise Austin was one of the first and one of the biggest names to burst onto the at-home fitness scene in the 1980s and she helped the industry grow and evolve to where it is today. She’s sold more than 25 millions videos and DVDS, starred on countless TV shows and has written a dozen books. With more people than ever looking for ways to stay active at home, she’s encouraging and empowering her followers to stay fit, mentally and physically, during these challenging times. As part of our ongoing coverage of COVID-19, with our friends at Florida Blue Medicare, Growing Bolder checks in with Denise and get her tips for keeping your fitness in focus.

Click here to learn more about Denise and all of her platforms, including her new magazine which is available for purchase here.

This story is part of a new series launched by Growing Bolder and Florida Blue Medicare, Stay Informed. Stay Connected. Learn more at And follow Growing Bolder and Florida Blue Medicare on Facebook for regular Facebook Live conversations.

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