Yes, you can have the strong bones you want and need for a lifetime of active living.
You can halt age-related bone loss, build a lasting defense against Osteoporosis, and enjoy greater freedom from the risk of a devastating break or fracture.
Honestly speaking, exercise is good for your heart, exercise is good for your muscles and it is good for your bones.
That is right! Exercise is good for your bones. Not only that, for strong bones, it is essential. Just as with your heart or muscles, bones can be strengthened and fortified with exercise.
Which exercises are best for better bones?
Consult your Physiotherapist!!! He or she will not only tell you, but will also show you powerful exercises that will foster robust bone health. It will also increase bone density and importantly, protect you against the risk and consequences of Osteoporosis.