Exercise for Better Bones: The Complete Guide to Safe and Effective Exercises for Osteoporosis | Paperback
by Margaret Martin (Author)
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July 27, 2015
Product Description Exercise for Better Bones is a comprehensive and evidence-based exercise program for people with osteoporosis, osteopenia, and low bone density. Exercise program schedules and video demonstrations of each major exercise are available for free online. Directions to access the free information are provided inside the book. Written by Physical Therapist Margaret Martin, Exercise for Better Bones has been used by thousands of individuals around the world to improve their bone health, reduce their risk of fracture, and maintain an active lifestyle. Exercise for Better Bones is designed for any individual with osteoporosis, osteopenia, or low bone density and in need of a safe and effective osteoporosis exercise program. The book offers four program levels: Beginner, Active, Athletic and Elite. Directions to determine your exercise level are provided in Exercise for Better Bones.
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