Osteoporosis Exercise

Weekend Challenge: Lower Body Aligner

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This weekend’s exercise is a low-impact move that works the buttocks (glutes) and backs of the thighs (hamstrings). Strengthening these areas has many benefits, some of which might surprise you. One feature you’ll appreciate about the Lower Body Aligner is that it can be easily incorporated into your daily chores, such as cooking, housecleaning, or any other standing activity. All … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Standing Neck Hump Eliminator And Posture Corrector

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This weekend’s challenge is a postural exercise to help you prevent and get rid of a neck hump. It opens the chest and moves the shoulder blades back, flattening the upper back and correcting Forward Head Posture (FHP). The Standing Neck Hump Eliminator And Posture Corrector also improves shoulder mobility. Let’s get started! The Standing Neck Hump Eliminator And Posture … Click to continue →

Test Your Fitness Level With These Five Simple Assessments

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Today I'll walk you through a complete fitness test you can administer to yourself, which allows you to monitor your fitness level and set personal goals. We’ll also touch on the “why” behind these assessments, and review recent studies on the benefits of an active lifestyle. So clear some floor space, get your workout attire ready, and read on to … Click to continue →

ALERT: Just-Published Study Confirms The Dangers Of Prolonged Sitting

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Savers are well-aware of the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle. In addition to contributing to bone-loss and a myriad of other health problems, excessive sitting has been shown to increase mortality risk. And now, a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine builds on this existing body of knowledge clearly linking lengthy sitting time to premature death. Previous … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Neck Mobilization Enhancer

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Have you ever experienced a “crick” in your neck, or struggled with persistent neck pain or headaches? If so, I have good news for you: stabilizing and releasing crucial cervical vertebrae can help relieve neck pain and weakness. And it starts with simple exercises like the one I am going to show you this weekend. The Neck Mobilization Enhancer targets … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Rotating Arm And Shoulder Toner

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This weekend’s exercise is quite simple yet effective, and it can be done while sitting, standing, or kneeling. It targets your arms and shoulders, and it does not require any special equipment. Just make sure you have enough space to spread your arms! Essentially, the Rotating Arm And Shoulder Toner consists of arm circles to improve posture and tone muscles. … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Femoral Head Builder Plus

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The Femoral Head Builder Plus is an effective exercise not only for the femoral head (the highest part of the thigh bone) but also the core, lower back, and thighs. Just like for all of the Weekend Challenges, you don’t need any special equipment to practice this exercise; it utilizes your own body weight to work the hip joints and … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Seated Posture Corrector

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If you’re sitting down as you read this message, you can stay in your chair for this weekend’s exercise, the Seated Posture Corrector. It’s a low-impact move designed to increase the range of motion in your shoulders, align your vertebrae, and expand your rib cage. In essence, this exercise improves posture, which, as studies have shown, is instrumental in improving … Click to continue →

10,000 Steps A Day: Sound Science Or Fad?

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How many steps per day does it take to be healthy? 10? 10,000? 10,000,000? The more you push the question, the more it starts to feel a little silly. Yet, we’re so inundated with step-counters, pedometers, and other health-tracking devices that it’s easier than ever to accept that the central requirement for staying healthy is taking a particular number of … Click to continue →

Stop These 10 Habits That Harm Your Spine

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If you are among the 80% of Americans who have experienced or are experiencing back pain, you know how debilitating it can be. As the second most common cause of disability in the United States, back pain is a prevalent problem that has significant impacts on both your physical and psychological health. But did you know that back pain can … Click to continue →

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