Modern Aging


Kick your fitness into gear.  Made especially for women over 40 who want to get strong and lean. 

STARTS FEB 1, 2021!

Ready To Get Strong and Lean?

Registration is now closed.  We will let you know if we start this program again!   In the meantime, feel free to check out 


Build Muscle + Strength




1 Week


Remote on your own time




Strength Training



Who Is It For?

  • Women over 40 who have noticed their metabolisms slowing down in recent months/years
  • Those who may suffer from lower back pain at times OR who have low energy and want to feel more energized and functional
  • Those who want to start weight training (or who have not in a long while!), but don’t know how or where to start — this was made specifically for you!
  • Those who have noticed changes in their body in the last couple of years and want to slow the aging process
  • Those looking to GET CONSISTENT FOR GOOD when nothing has really worked in the past
  • Women craving accountability and a coach to hold their hand through the new process 
  • Those who may have had their doctor recommend they start lifting weights and they are not sure where to begin

What Previous Members Are Saying

How The Challenge Works

  • It’s completely FREE!
  • Dates: Feb 1 – 7, 2021
  • Effective, short workouts focusing on core, upper and lower body
  • 10-15 minutes a day for 7 days
  • The goal of the challenge is to create consistency and start working out
  • Private Facebook group with real time coaching and access to Coach Tina during the 7 days
  • With all this being 100% FREE, there is zero risk to get started.  It’s a no brainer.


You need to clear it first with your doctor or physical therapist BEFORE signing up and participating.  Safety first!

No, this challenge is equipment free. 🙂

No it doesn’t, but this Challenge is geared towards women who are over 40 and have little to no strength training experience.

10-15 minutes per day for 7 days.  It runs Feb 1 – 7, 2021.

No. You will receive an email each day with the exercises and links to videos that will demonstrate the specific exercise.  It’s DIYOT (Do It on Your Own Time).  If you have questions, we encourage you join the Facebook group which you can do upon registering.

No you don’t! You can join if you have never done any strength training.  In fact, it is made for absolute beginners.

The more the merrier!  Though they should know that the focus is for women over 40.

Feel free to email us at and we will respond within 24 hours.  If you are already registered, then you can join the Facebook Group and ask there.

Meet Coach Tina Tang

I got into fitness super late…age 42!  Before that, I was a Wall Street trader, jewelry designer/business owner.  At age 40, I went through some unplanned life changes — a difficult divorce and the post financial crisis economy that pushed me to close my jewelry stores.

During that crappy time and for the first time in my life,  I turned to working out as my dependable constant.  I was going to the gym and taking strength group fitness classes.  That was my FIRST foray into strength training.

In the pursuit of self enrichment, I signed up for an intensive personal training course.  Since starting as a trainer at the age of 42, I have coached over 3,700 sessions, trained myself to my first pull up to hit a personal record of 14 pull ups (at the age of 49!) and passed a grueling kettlebell coach exam where I snatched (exercise that brings a kettlebell from between the legs to overhead) 36 lbs 100 times within 5 minutes!  Strength is my jam.

My proudest achievements include coaching some of my female clients to their first pull ups and competing in their first powerlifting competitions.  I have a deep understanding of the needs and physical experiences of middle aged women.

I am a Fit at 50 coach & creator of the 4S Formula to help mid-life women get stronger & leaner.  Through my one on one coaching and my online group fitness classes, I train women over 40 and teach them how to take control of their bodies by getting stronger and training consistently.