Thank you for completing my quiz. The objective of the quiz was to recommend an exercise program that took into account your bone health. You indicated the presence of one or more compression fractures and that you have medical clearance to start an exercise program.
I have four recommendations for you. Let’s go through them in order of importance.
This online video course contains essential foundational concepts to ensure your safety and success. Whether you are an avid exerciser or just beginning, I encourage you to start here.
I encourage you to start strength training. However, I recommend that you start slowly and build gradually. My strength training workout video series, Stronger Bones, Stronger Body for Beginner I is the ideal place for you to start.
Exercise is an essential ingredient for bone health. If you have osteoporosis, therapeutic exercise needs to be part of your osteoporosis treatment program.
But what exercises should you do, and which ones should you avoid? What exercises build bone, and which ones reduce your chance of a fracture? Is yoga good for your bones? Who should you trust when it comes to exercises for osteoporosis?
A great resource on exercise and osteoporosis is my free, seven-day email course called Exercise Recommendations for Osteoporosis. After you provide your email address, you will receive seven consecutive online educational videos on bone health—one lesson each day. You can look at the videos anytime and as often as you like.
I cover important topics related to osteoporosis exercise, including:
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