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Weight bearing exercises for osteoporosis prevention

Written by Krista Magnoli, PTA

Research has shown that exercises performed with light to medium weights will help improve bone strength. That along with weight bearing exercises (walking, jogging, jumping rope) should be performed at least 4 hours per week to achieve maximum bone strength.

In this osteoporosis video, I will go through some of those weight bearing exercises, such as squats with different arm positions. This video can be performed daily to achieve a 4 hour minimum of weight bearing exercises in a week.

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