(as of Oct 25,2021 14:02:09 UTC – Details)
Most people are told do weight bearing and strength training exercises to build bone, but do not know how to start. Osteoporosis Exercises for Strong Bones will help you learn how to exercise safely in order to prevent osteoporosis or slow its progression. Strength training, posture, balance, flexibility, and stress reduction exercises are important components of an osteoporosis fitness program and are included in this time efficient video. Strength training can help you reduce the risk of life altering injuries such as hip and spine fractures. The exercises in this level 1 video are performed in a slow and controlled manner. Take it slow and work up gradually to more repetitions and heavier weights. Focus on good form, stability, and listen to your body. Just 20 to 40 minutes of strength training per session 2 to 3 times a week can help to build bone and muscle and improve your overall health. This video will help you to be functionally fit which is essential for living an active life, preventing falls, and to be able to use our body to perform the activities of daily living the activities that we enjoy. Carol Michaels has helped thousands of people improve their health during her over 25 years as a fitness professional. She is an award winning nationally recognized exercise specialist. Information on her live zoom classes can be found by contacting the National Osteoporosis Foundation.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer:No
MPAA rating:NR (Not Rated)
Package Dimensions:7.48 x 5.35 x 0.63 inches; 3.17 Ounces
Country of Origin:USA
Number of discs:1