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Posts tagged "Osteoporosis"

Osteoporosis and Exercise: Keeping Your Bones Healthy – Exercise Safety Considerations and Resources

I have posted several blogs about Osteoporosis and exercise, and seemingly this is a topic that I get questions and comments from readers quite frequently.  Over the years, I have had numerous clients with osteoporosis, and we’ve adjusted their Pilates workout programs to keep them safe based on their Dexa-scan results.  I’m also reaching the […]

Posted by administrator in Exercise and Fitness, Osteoporosis.

Exercise Tips for Building Strong Bones

Impact.  To build strong bones our body needs impact!  And sadly, the older most of us get, the less impact (or stress) we place on our bones, bodies, and joints.  It seems like one day, (perhaps in your mid 30’s, or early 40’s) all of a sudden high impact aerobics class, or jogging doesn’t seem […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Health, Links to Interesting Articles.

Osteoporosis and Exercise – Activities, Guidelines, Research, and Insights from Physical Therapist and Polestar Pilates Educator Sherri Betz

Many thanks to guest author Sherri Betz of TheraPilates® Physical Therapy Clinic in Santa Cruz, CA for letting me share this great information for Osteoporosis and exercise on my   Sherri  recently published this article in her newsletter, and then added extra insights once the questions started flooding in! I encourage you to keep reading […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Exercise and Fitness, Guest Bloggers, Health, Osteoporosis, Pilates, Pilates Exercises, Techniques & Teaching Tips.

Are You at Risk for Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is the loss of bone density, and can go unnoticed and undetected until you start breaking bones – which is a scary thought because by the time your bone density is low enough to cause fractures, it is more of a challenge to exercise and enjoy a healthy quality of life without fear of […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Health, Osteoporosis.