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  Osteoporosis and exercise together?

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  1. Exercise can help you build strong bones and slow bone loss. Exercise will benefit your bones regardless of your stage of Osteoporosis. It is the consistency and exercising regularly that makes the difference.

    Always combine strength training exercises with proper diet. Proper diet involves not just foods, but taking supplements where food is lacking. Today it's almost impossible to get foods with the nutritional content of 100 years ago, due to mass production and overworking soil.

    A balance between exercise and body/condition tolerance must be weighed. Breaking bones due to improper strength training is very common for those with Osteoporosis. Therefore Osteoporosis can be beat with a gradual change in exercise and diet habits under a Doctor's care. Walking, jogging, running, stair climbing, skipping rope, skiing and impact-producing sports may be damaging if started too early. However these produce the most bone growth.

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