Exercises for Osteoporosis, Third Edition: A Safe and Effective Way to Build Bone Density and Muscle Strength and Improve Posture and Flexibility

By | February 9, 2019

The definitive and easy-to-follow exercise guide for maintaining healthy, strong bones.

More than 25 million Americans, almost 10% of our population, suffer from osteoporosis. While it is often thought of as an old woman’s disease, about 20% of osteoporosis sufferers are men and a growing number of young women, especially athletes, are being diagnosed with the disease.

The good news is that we can help prevent and treat osteoporosis and its precursor, osteopenia. Exercise can increase bone density, strengthen muscles, and improve balance and flexibility, thus reducing the risk of injury and helping to maintain daily functioning.

Featuring a comprehensive approach that incorporates yoga, Pilates, and Feldenkrais techniques with traditional weight-training and aerobics exercise, the third edition of Exercises for Osteoporosis includes:

■ Targeted exercises for at-risk body parts including hips, spine, wrists, and ankles
■ All-new sections on improving balance and flexibility to help prevent falls and fractures
■ Complete beginner, intermediate, and advanced workout programs

With more than 125 detailed exercises for people at all levels of fitness and all stages of the disease, Exercises for Osteoporosis is the best preventive medicine and the right prescription for maintaining health and well-being.

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GRAINS

3 Comments

Anonymous on 02/09/2019 at 06:59.

Very practical I have been using these exercises for years now, and realize that I have not written a review. The exercises are very well demonstrated. I like that they can be done without any special equipment and that three levels of exercise are provided – for osteoporosis prevention, for those with osteopenia , and for osteoporosis. After awhile, the exercises become routine, and it is possible to work through them without the book. I still refer back to it from time to time to make sure that I have not…

Anonymous on 02/09/2019 at 07:22.

An expert’s guide to exercises for osteoporosis

Anonymous on 02/09/2019 at 07:42.

WHAT YOUR DOCTOR FORGOT TO TELL YOU!! Like many people who are diagnosed with osteopenia or osteoporosis, I recived just about NO information from my doctor on how to improve bone health. It was just — “take this pill and I’ll see you at your annual physical.” I was deeply upset that she had no information for me, provided almost no insight, and seemed vastly disinterested in providing any. I went out and looked for books to provide the information I needed. I found this book and couldn’t be happier. In conjunction with…

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