Hi! I'm Robin Stoloff. It has been my personal and professional mission to help our community live a better life for more than 35 years. Join me every Sunday morning 10-11 am on Lite Rock 96.9 for Living Well with Robin Stoloff, empowering you to live a healthier life. Plus, catch my Health Updates all week long for tips on health, fitness, nutrition and more! I was the host and producer of the longest-running health series in New Jersey – the award-winning Health Update which aired on NBC 40 for almost 30 years. I am a certified fitness instructor, a former fitness competitor, and I have produced my own workout video on the beaches of Atlantic City called Rock Hard With Robin which I did to help encourage an active lifestyle. I also write a health column in the South Jersey magazine, New Jersey Lifestyle. Originally from the Philadelphia area, I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from Villanova University, where I graduated cum laude. My personal and professional mission is to empower others with health information to help them live a longer, healthier life. I live in Atlantic County with my husband, attorney Richard Stoloff and our two children.
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