What are the most common sites with low bone density in the body? Ribs, wrists, hips, spine.
In recent months I have seen a number of middle ages clients who got injured doing well intended but improperly planned exercise in the gym, mostly trying to do ”weight bearing” activities to reverse or prevent bone loss.
When you think of ”weight bearing” you may naturally think of lifting weights, but honestly, how much exercise can you do in a week? How much energy do you have for it and are you really loading the sites that need strengthening?
You can read all about Wolff’s law here, but in short, bones respond to specific loads, not just any load.
I invite you to learn more and do more to preserve your bones on May 24, at 10:00 a.m. We will spend a little over 2 hours covering some basic principles of bone loading, as well as learning specific exercises that will help you prevent and reverse bone loss.
I only have a few spots open, so you can call me or write me to save your spot.
You can see the build your bones workshop brochure here for further information!
I look forward to seeing you in a couple of weeks, until then, move well 🙂