Even if you’re stuck at home, you can still get moving and keep up your bone health! Try this simple 30-minute workout — no equipment necessary.
Your wrists and forearms are usually the ones bracing accidental falls and experiencing the initial impact. Learn how to reinforce your bone strength with these simple, yet effective exercises.
Kyphosis or hunching of the back is common in those with osteoporosis. So to combat this, simple posture exercises can make all the difference in correcting poor alignment.
The idea behind functional fitness exercise is that it makes Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) safe and easy to perform. For example, a lunge is a functional fitness exercise because it works the muscles you use to sit down in a chair or climb the stairs. And functional fitness is crucial to your independence!
If you suffer from common foot issues like bunions, claw toes, or plantar fasciitis, you’ll definitely want to check out our post on foot strengthening exercises!