Osteoporosis Exercise

6 Surprising Signs That You Are Out Of Shape [Plus Free Gift]

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For many of us, our days consist of running to work, taking care of our families, and if we are lucky, spending time with friends. In our busy lives, our constant running around may falsely lead us to believe that we are doing enough to stay in shape. Savers are well aware of the importance of regular exercise for strengthening … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Plyometric Hip, Core, And Leg Toner

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This weekend’s challenge is a dynamic plyometric exercise that’s highly effective at building bones and muscles in the pelvis, core, and legs. It’s also a lot of fun - it practically begs for upbeat music to accompany it! Along with giving you all the details of the Plyometric Hip, Core, And Leg Toner, we’re going to take an in-depth look … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Balancing Femoral Head And Core Strengthener

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Scientific research indicates that core-targeting exercises such as the Balancing Femoral Head And Core Strengthener help to relieve chronic lower back pain. This is great news for the estimated 50% of adults who suffer from this aggravating and uncomfortable (and at times excruciating) condition. But even if you don’t experience backaches, this weekend’s exercise is still relevant - in addition … Click to continue →

Beyond Bone Health: 3 Evidence-Backed And Surprising Health Benefits Of Regular Exercise

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Savers are well versed on the importance of exercise to strengthen and build bone. Wolff’s law elucidates that the stress muscles exert on bone stimulates bone growth and renewal. And this is one of the main reasons why exercise is a critical element for improving bone health and reversing osteoporosis and osteopenia. Today we take an in-depth look at three … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Shoulder Pain Averter And Posture Improver

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When you consider the position and operational structure of your joints, you’ll notice that stability and mobility are two key aspects that work with and against each other at the same time. For instance, highly mobile joints, such as the ankles, are closely connected to articulations that are more stability-oriented, such as the knees. The shoulders combine both of these … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Triceps And Core Strengthener

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This weekend’s exercise targets the arms, and more specifically, the triceps. With hot weather on the way in the Northern Hemisphere, I’m quite sure you’ll appreciate triceps exercises to tone up your arms for summer. Strong arms are important for more than just looking good when wearing sleeveless tops; when it comes to fracture prevention, toned arm muscles help you … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Easy Forward Head Posture Corrector And Preventer

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At the Save Institute we often get requests for exercises to correct the hunchbacked appearance that can occur after years of poor posture (particularly forward head posture, or FHP), and that’s what this weekend’s challenge addresses. FHP also increases your chance of losing your balance and falling, a fact that’s been scientifically proven. To overcome FHP and the poor posture … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Standing Leg, Hip, And Shoulder Builder

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Savers are surely aware that falling is a major cause of fractures, particularly in older people. But what may come as a surprise is the primary cause of seniors’ falls, a topic that until now, has been largely unexplored. When scientists studied the context and details involved in seniors’ falls, they discovered that there is far more at work than … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Single Leg Osteogenic Loader

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This might surprise you: hopping is one of the most effective ways to increase bone density in specific areas of your body, including the femoral head. That’s because hopping is a high impact move and a form of osteogenic loading (OL) that applies force and pressure to bone, “loading” it with weight along the longitudinal axis of your body. While … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Rib Cage Extender

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Get ready to stretch and expand your rib cage this weekend! As its name implies, the Rib Cage Extender is a gentle but expansive stretch that not only feels fantastic, but also promotes better posture, healthful breathing, and counteracts rib cage compression. Your ribs can get compressed when you sit in a slouched position, or even when you sit for … Click to continue →

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