Rewards of Good Posture— It’s a process, building and keeping good posture, but it’s worth the effort. You’ll feel better about yourself, you’ll breathe easier, your internal organs won’t be cramped, and your digestion will have enough space to function well. Slouching puts pressure on the front sides of your vertebrae, which are weaker thanContinue Reading
Having an air of confidence and power will help you stand tall with great posture. A neutral spine is the most important safety tip to follow when exercising, especially with osteoporosis.
It's a great idea to adapt one's exercise routine when you get to that over-50 mark! What worked when we were 20 can be counterproductive in the second half of our lives, especially if you are dealing with low bone density. If you are strength training for osteoporosis and fracture prevention, please heed these precautions!Continue Reading