Osteoporosis Exercises

Weekend Challenge: Plyometric Full-Body Exercise

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I hope everyone had a wonderful New Year, and that you’re all as optimistic about 2017 as I am. It’s going to be a great year, and what better way to kick it off than with an energetic, bone-strengthening plyometric exercise? “Plyometric” may be a new term for some of you, so we’re going to look at what it’s all … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Core-Strengthening “Snow Angels”

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For Savers in many parts of the world, winter means snow. There’s nothing quite like a beautiful snowfall to make you feel like a kid again - building snowmen, sledding, and making snow angels. That is one of the reasons why I chose this particular exercise for today’s weekly challenge. It turns back the clock in more than one way … Click to continue →

Growth Hormone: The Fountain Of Youth For Your Bones (Plus 5 Easy Ways To Naturally Produce More!)

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We tend to relate growing to our childhood, and aging as the end of growth. But this is not necessarily applicable to our biology. While we may not be getting any taller, we are continually growing new cells and replacing older ones. This process is vital to bone health as well as to overall health, and one of the major … Click to continue →

Maximize Your Bone-Building Workouts By Fueling These Three Crucial Energy Systems

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Savers are well versed by now in the importance of exercise to physical health, mental well-being, and strong bones. The next step is understanding the how and why of the processes that make exercise such a valuable tool for improving and maintaining your health. Today you’re going to learn about the relationship between energy and muscle function, looking closer at … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: The Get-Up-From-The-Floor Core Strengthener And Shoulder Mobilizer

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Getting up off the floor can be tricky if you have weak core muscles due to a lack of exercise, especially as you age. And this is not the only exercise-related problem that’s plaguing our modern world. The issue of a sedentary lifestyle and its connection to illness and mortality has caught the attention of scientists worldwide, resulting in a … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Isometric Neck Strengthener And Pain Reliever

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It’s no secret that weight-bearing exercise is an integral aspect of rejuvenating and building bone. But you may not have considered strength training and the remarkable number of body systems - including your skeleton - that are positively affected by it. For example, strength training the neck, as in today’s exercise, actually influences your breathing. And that’s not all. As … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Dynamic Upper Body Strengthener

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This weekend’s challenge targets the chest, upper back, triceps, biceps, and core muscles. And all you need to practice this exercise is a common household item – a chair. The Dynamic Upper Body Strengthener also makes a perfect addition to your wintertime exercise routine, providing you with a powerful weapon for beating the winter blues. This has been confirmed by … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Shoulder Mobility Plus

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It may be a few weeks past Halloween, but go ahead and grab your broom – you’ll need it for today’s exercise! You’ll be using the broom for stabilizing your arms as you perform this move, which improves shoulder joint mobility and flexibility. The Shoulder Mobility Plus also counteracts forward head posture (FHP) and strengthens your hip and thigh bones. … Click to continue →

Fight Pain Naturally And Increase Opioids With These 13 Scientifically-Backed Tips

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Bone loss can have a very real impact on your body. It can leave your bones weak and susceptible to fracture. But the bone loss itself is an invisible process. You cannot see it, hear it or even feel it. If it were painful, it might be easier to know it’s happening, but in fact it doesn’t hurt at all. … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Hip And Pelvic Toner

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This weekend’s exercise is both effective and convenient. That’s because the low-impact Hip And Pelvic Toner directly targets the pelvic girdle, the femoral neck, and the femur by engaging the muscles of the hips and thighs. And you can practice it in a relatively small space. These crucial areas need to be strengthened against fracture, especially if you’ve taken bone-damaging … Click to continue →

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