Osteoporosis and Exercise

It's never too late to start a bone-healthy exercise program, even if you already have osteoporosis.

You may worry that being active means you're more likely to fall and break a bone. But the opposite is true. A regular, properly designed exercise program may actually help prevent falls and fractures. That's because exercise strengthens bones and muscles and improves balance, coordination, and flexibility. That's key for people with osteoporosis. Exercises that focus on body mechanics and posture, balance, resistance weights, and other techniques this will:

  • Lower Fracture risk

  • Muscle strength

  • Range of motion

  • Level of physical activity

  • Fitness

  • Balance

Our unique 30 mins circuit combines all the exercises so is perfect for helping all the above pop in to your local Fitness in Time Gym and have a chat with one of our friendly female Instructors who will help and guide you along the way.

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