Famous Physical Therapist's Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present three of their favorite exercises for people with osteoporosis or osteopenia. Make sure to like us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/Physical-Therapy-317002538489676/timeline/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Channel: https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Their book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle http://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain
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🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=bone Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2O4WHoZ how to increase bone density how to improve bone density low bone density Osteoporosis symptoms osteoporosis causes what causes osteoporosis exercises for osteoporosis Osteopenia Treatment Would you like to learn how to increase bone density? In this weeks video, I tackle Osteoporosis and offer some solutions to this degenerative disease. The facts: 1-2 females will have osteopenia or osteoporosis 1-5 males will have osteopenia or osteoporosis People will lose bone density because of: 1. Aging/sedentary lifestyle 2. Lack of a wide variety of proper nutrients; not just calcium 3. Certain medicine such as blood thinners, and certain anti inflammatory medicine Here are some solutions: Eat more vegetables. I always say that you can eat an unlimited amount of green veggies and this applies more than ever in this video. Spinach and kale are great. Have a minimum of 5 cups of veggies per day. Veggies are alkaline and will naturally decrease inflammation in our body. An adult needs 1000-1300mg of calcium per day If you think that milk is your answer for how to improve bone density you're wrong. There have been studies done that even though the milk we've been drinking for generations does have a lot of calcium, it does not necessarily lead to strong bones as the ads have claimed Calcium from milk and other animal products is absorbed at a much smaller rate than from plant based products. Beans, nuts, and especially green vegetables like kale have been shown to have a better effect on calcium absorption than milk. Just because its got a lot of calcium doesn't mean your body is absorbing all that calcium. Also eat more omega 3 fatty acids to help the absorption of calcium. Now lets get to what really works 100% of the time to increase bone density, recover from low bone density, and prevent you from ever losing it again...Exercise!!!! Many doctors believe in walking or running to increase bone density, but...I don't believe this is going to give you the results you want. I know a doctor being wrong about something and a trainer being right...mind blowing. Having extra weight on your bones, joints, and muscles during exercises is not only beneficial, but necessary for your survival. I'm sure you've heard the saying, "if you don't use it you lose it." Well the reason that you're losing bone density is because your not using it. Great movements to increase bone density are Squats, Lunges, push ups, and really almost any other basic weight bearing exercises I can think of. Start with low weight or just your body weight in the beginning and work your way up. Your bone density will improve more as you increase your weight and overall intensity over time. http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music how to increase bone density | how to improve bone density | low bone density | Osteoporosis symptoms | osteoporosis causes | what causes osteoporosis | exercises for osteoporosis | what is osteoporosis | how to fix osteoporosis | how to cure osteoporosis | how | to | increase | bone | density | Improve | Low | Osteoporosis | symptoms | causes | exercises | fix | cure | personal training West Freehold, NJ | Personal trainer West freehold, NJ |
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www.movetoexcel.com Lift weights through your body to increase bone density and prevent osteoporosis. Allow the weight to travel through your bones with muscle support for a real strengthening workout. Go to www.movetoexcel.com for more info.
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What Are the Benefits of Weight Training on Bone Density?. Part of the series: Strength & Endurance Training. Weight training has a number of benefits on bone density, including by protecting your bones from breaking under a load. Find out about the benefits of weight training on bone density with help from an experienced fitness professional in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/video/1007119-benefits-weight-training-bone-density/
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http://www.melioguide.com/free-course Osteoporosis Exercise. Physical Therapist Margaret Martin discusses weight training and osteoporosis. She demonstrates how you should modify these weight bearing osteoporosis exercises to make them safer. Margaret is author of Exercise for Better Bones and Yoga for Better Bones.
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People start to lose muscle and start experiencing bone loss even in their late 30's. Resistance training is one of many techniques to help to prevent muscle and bone loss as we age. You have to stress the muscle in order to maintain muscle strength and size. If you don't use it....you will lose it. Resistance is how you stress the muscle. At the same time that you are stressing the muscle, the muscle in turn pulls on the tendons, and ligaments which in turn pull on the bones. This stressing or pulling on the bones helps to prevent bone loss. The problem is that many people just can't seem to find time to exercise. Or, exercising just seems to be so inconvenient. However, by using resistance bands you can exercise those muscles, tendons, and ligaments anywhere you are. You don't need expensive gym memberships and the use of expensive equipment. You can buy a $12 set of three resistance at WalMart and do just about any kind of range of motion exercise that can be done on the big expensive machines at the gym.
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"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck presnet the 10 Best Exercises for Osteoporosis or "Weak Bones". Make sure to like us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/Physical-Therapy-317002538489676/timeline/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Channel: https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Our Website: https://www.bobandbrad.com/
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See how to naturally reverse your “low testosterone”, burn fat, build muscle and look younger: 👉👉 http://drsam.co/yt/GreatPhysique Or discover the only 4 ways to build muscle: 👉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6ZSOu2CinM =============================================== 💪 Does Lifting Weights Make You Short? =============================================== I got a question from one of my viewers asking if “lifting weights will make me short”? This is an interesting question because growing up, I was told to not lift weights because it would make me short. In fact, I was told to “play basketball” if I want to grow up tall. And, not to play soccer either, since that’ll also make me short. Of course, this is just idiotic and stupid. Playing basketball doesn’t make you tall - It just happens that TALL people play basketball. And playing soccer doesn’t make you short either -- it just happens that “shorter” people tend to play soccer. And similar to lifting weights, most “muscular” people are shorter simply because they don’t need to gain as much muscle to look big… Versus someone like me who is 6’3”, I need to gain a lot of muscle to fill out my large frame. So it’s a lot more work for me. However, certain exercises can cause damage to your spine, not allowing you to get as tall as you could. Additionally, some exercises CAN actually improve your height, make your shoulders and rib cage bigger, if you do them during puberty and up to the age of maybe 21-23 or so. And I’ll get to the exercises in a minute. However, genetics aside, the secret to getting taller is to lower your estrogen and increase your testosterone and GH/IGF levels at the same time. You see, estrogen fuses the end of the bones and thus, prevents them from growing. This is why girls are actually taller than boys when everyone first starts puberty … But after about a year or two of puberty, once estrogen shoots up, the ends of the bones “fuse” and growth and height slows down dramatically. Yet, the boys keep getting taller and taller , slowly… because they don’t have as much estrogen and have higher testosterone. And when you have a lot more growth hormone and IGF, your bones will keep growing because the ends haven’t “fused” yet because of the high estrogen. And this is why women who typically have naturally big breasts, are shorter. While taller women generally have smaller breasts -- again, due to estrogen. And you’ve probably heard the saying about guys who are “short, fat, bald and hairy”. Well, the “short and fat” is due to higher estrogen and the “bald and hairy” is due to higher DHT levels. And in both of these cases, these men also have LOWER testosterone levels. However, all of this only matters if you’re under the age of 23 and are still going through puberty. And yes, genetics does play the biggest role here - however, if done correctly, you can “naturally” grow an extra 2-4 inches or more. And yes, I’ve seen this happen many times. Now, regarding the exercises that can potentially keep you shorter -- don’t do anything that compresses the spine. This means no squats, overhead presses, deadlifts, shrugs and similar exercises. Instead, focus on doing pull ups and “chins”. Not machine pull-downs. You want to pull yourself up and at the bottom, hang for 2 seconds. This makes your shoulders wider by stretching out your scapula and decompress your spine, which will help accelerate growth for your nerves, CNS and bone growth. Of course there are diet factors as well, but that’s for another video. Just do your best to eat as natural as possible and eliminate any foods that can increase your estrogen and decrease your testosterone. #muscle, #weightlifting ======================================== ======================================== Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends. Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins's official Youtube channel http://drsam.co/yt/subscribe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrSamRobbins ========================================= Thanks DrSamRobbins
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Are You Overtraining? | The Effects of Overtraining on Hormones- Thomas DeLauer: Balancing Workouts, Diet, Career, and Family is all a balancing act, and that's why I specialize in it at http://www.thomasdelauer.com So you found the inner fire inside of yourself and it is go time - time to eat healthy and workout hard! But you have heard that it is good to start slowly and work your way up. It may surprise you that this is not only for the purpose of not injuring your body. Working out is one of the quickest ways to affect your hormone production. Working out is a stress on your body. When you have healthy amounts of stress your body has time to heal and recover, leaving it stronger than it was before. When you do not give yourself that time to recover from stress, this can lead to a whole bunch of issues. We all know that too much stress is a bad thing; chronic stress has been linked to headaches, overeating and obesity, restlessness, illness, and digestive problems. Our body’s stress response is similar when we exercise as when we experience a life stress, such as traffic or losing a job. Signals are sent that queue the release of stress hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline, into our blood from our adrenal glands. Elevated cortisol levels can signal that your body is undergoing chronic stress, which could be caused by life situations or by over exertion during workouts. One study from the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research found that cortisol levels in saliva were higher for those who underwent long duration, high intensity exercise (over 59 minutes of high intensity cardio.) Studies have also found that a similar increase in cortisol is experienced during heavy weight training workouts. Another study looked at cortisol levels in those performing the same workout under two conditions: no additional emotional stress and additional emotional stress. Those that were exposed to emotional stress at the same time as working out had higher cortisol levels. This signifies the importance of both our wellbeing and our workout load on our hormone levels. Alright, so we see that high intensity exercise can lead to raised cortisol levels. How does this impact us? Overtraining Syndrome: If you work out too hard and do not allow adequate recovery time, you may suffer from OTS. Symptoms include: -Problems sleeping -Disrupted mood and behavior -Fatigue -Hindered athletic performance -Sexual dysfunction - reduced sexual desire, even infertility -Bone loss -Weakened immune system -Difficulty losing weight -Amenorrhea (absence of menstrual bleeding) -Physical injuries What causes these symptoms? One of the large factors is an imbalance in your hormones. Hormones: Chronically high cortisol levels can lead to your body being in a catabolic state, where your body is not breaking down fat but rather muscle for fuel. It can also lead to a weakened immune system. If you have one hormone that is out of whack, it is likely to impact your other hormones. Chronically elevated cortisol levels lead to a decrease in the level of testosterone, estrogen and progesterone. These are the sex hormones, and are very important to our daily wellbeing. These changes reflect a change in the balance of catabolic hormones and anabolic hormones. This danger is particularly of concern for women. When your sex hormones are imbalanced you can experience amenorrhea, when your body enters a state where it no longer is able to menstruate. Eventually the adrenal glands go into a state of exhaustion, known as adrenal fatigue, where hormone production overall is slowed. In this state your body is not as capable of dealing with stress. At this state even your cortisol levels are low, leading to many of the down feelings associated. Tips: If you think you may be experiencing OTS, it may be time to take a step back and do what is best for your body. Give yourself time to recover. If you are experiencing high stress at home or work, do a more relaxing exercise, such as yoga. This can help to reduce your cortisol rather than raise it, which will happen if you run hard for a long time or lift heavy weights. References: 1. Effect of Exercise at Three Exercise Intensities on Salivary Cortisol http://www.gfe-ev.de/onnews/2011/d2011_04_t01_01_02.pdf 2. Overtraining, exercise and adrenal insufficiency http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3648788/ 3. The overtraining syndrome https://philmaffetone.com/the-overtraining-syndrome/ 4. Cortisol and overtraining syndrome http://firstendurance.com/cortisol-and-overtraining-syndrome-why-an-athlete-should-care/ 5. Overtraining syndrome http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3435910/ 6. Fatigue and Underperformance in Athletes http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1756078/pdf/v032p00107.pdf 7. Overtraining, exercise and adrenal insufficiency http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3648788/
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How To Improve Your Bone Health Through Exercise | Osteoporosis and Exercise Visit https://goo.gl/aIJp0T for more information Osteoporosis refers to a condition of decreased bone density. While there are many causes ,the most common is ageing. While ageing is an inevitable consequence of life, osteoporosis need not have to be as well ! For prevention all it requires is regular exercise. Exercise , apart from its obvious cardiovascular and metabolic benefits, is also proven to be a great tool in increasing bone mass. It has been proved in numerous studies without a doubt that athletes or those who engage in regular physical activity have a higher bone density. This corresponds to the muscle groups that are used the most. For eg. footballers, cyclists and gymnasts have greater densities in their hip and leg bones whereas rowers and weight lifters ostensibly have greater density in their upper limb bones. How it works Bones respond to stress by increasing bone formation to replace old bone- a process called remodelling which occurs throughout life. This occurs maximally during the teenage years when the balance is far more in favour of bone formation. With advancing age there is a continual struggle for ascendancy between the forces of bone loss and bone gain. The stress that induces this bone gain could from a variety of sources but typically involves the muscle that's attached to the bone pulling on it. Hence any type of exercise would be beneficial but more so those exercises have involve some amount of weight training and a little impact. For obvious reasons , people already with osteoporosis are not advised high impact exercises such as aerobics , running, dancing etc. Bones which are already weak cannot handle such stress and would fracture. A graded exercise program would benefit such people. Weight/ Resistance training is the single most effective way to build up bone density. Apart from building muscle it also stimulates bone remodelling and higher bone density. Lifting heavy weights aside, a moderate degree of weight training is extremely beneficial. Everyone cant be a power lifter but most people can lift small weights which challenge their muscles. Anything that requires muscles to work against gravity is useful. Weight bearing exercises such as walking , running, dancing, hiking or stair climbing are of equal benefit to those who don't like weight training. In addition there is the aerobic component to them. Walking is the most recommended exercise and its to easy to see why. Low impact and aerobic , it is perfectly suited to those who cannot , for various reasons, take up any other form of physical activity. How To Improve Your Bone Health Through Exercise | Osteoporosis and Exercise https://youtu.be/AqptKi0oPy0 Other less strenuous but equally challenging forms of exercise include yoga and Pilates. While not being weight bearing these enable full stretching of muscles that does contribute to overall bone health. It might not be as effective as other forms of exercise to crank up on bone mass , but the fact is is that it contributes extensively to holistic health, and is a better alternative to nothing at all. As always, its is imperative to talk to a doctor before beginning an exercise program , more so , if one is a beginner or already has osteoporosis. ======================================================= Related videos: How to do side planks https://youtu.be/hP9Oelk-9aE 6 Essential Steps To Fast Weight Loss https://youtu.be/i6Ogo7PKIro Myths of Intermittent Fasting https://youtu.be/pxMmDsAMIhI How to do plank exercises https://youtu.be/PImcpw5R9hg weight loss motivation quotes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXGGLyMAHK4 11 fun activities to lose weight https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDRZBLNh8L4 Celebrity Weight Loss https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJcj-idMSik Secret to fast weight loss https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhCA1dJr6OQ Read interesting article about weight loss: Quickest way to weight loss secrets revealed http://myquickestwaytoloseweight.com/quickest-way-to-lose-weight/ How to lose weight very fast http://myquickestwaytoloseweight.com/fastest-way-to-lose-weight-here-is-my-take/ Five White Foods you should never avoid http://howtolosefat-fast.weebly.com/blogs/white-foods-for-fat-loss
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http://www.dowsingforhealth.com Call Dr. Needle 770-612-3400 for a consultation. In this video, Dr. Needle explains how to stop bone loss, arthritis osteoporosis, osteopenia, and pain. Women are poisoning their body trying to correct osteoporosis and osteopenia by taking the wrong supplements. Dr. Needle, a Medical Intuitive, intuitively identifies what illnesses and diseases are in the body, many times at cell level before medical tests are able to diagnose them. In fact, Dr. Needle and his wife are in their 70's, and neither take over-the-counter or prescription drugs, because they do not need them.
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How Does Weight Training Affect Bones?. Part of the series: Achieving Your Workout Goals. Weight training can definitely affect your bones in a few interesting ways that are more than worth exploring. Find out about how weight training affects your bones with help from an expert who is widely considered one of the leading health and fitness professionals in the state of Utah in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/video/1005718-weight-training-affect-bones/
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Osteoporosis exercises for spine strength and posture with Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway from http://www.pelvicexercises.com.au These osteoporosis exercises strengthen the middle back and aim to improve bone health and prevent osteoporosis vertebral fractures by improving your posture and spine strength. These exercises for osteoporosis help you improve your posture and strengthen your postural muscles to help you stand tall and prevent slumping forwards. The specific strengthening exercises for your middle back promote good posture, improve bone health and reduce the likelihood of osteoporosis related vertebral fractures of the middle back For more osteoporosis exercises see Michelle's You Tube video on osteoporosis exercises for hip strength at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iL9_PQCnJw or refer to Michelle's Bone Fit for Beginners DVD http://www.pelvicexercises.com.au/pelvic-exercise-products/pelvic-exercise-dvds/osteoporosis-exercises-physiotherapist-dvd/
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Get Dr. Berg’s Adrenal & Cortisol Relief: https://shop.drberg.com/adrenal-cortisol-regular THIS WAS FORMERLY CALLED “ADRENAL DAY FORMULA” Cortisol can destroy protein in your body which can destroy your muscles eventually. Digesting problems starts with calcium deficiency and all linked to high cortisol. In this video, Dr. Berg discusses what you can do to slow down this process. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 50 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University. DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: http://www.drberg.com/blog FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DrEricBergDC TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drericbe... ABOUT DR. BERG: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio DR. BERG'S SEMINARS: http://www.drberg.com/seminars DR. BERG'S STORY: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/story DR. BERG'S CLINIC: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/c... DR. BERG'S HEALTH COACHING TRAINING: http://www.drberg.com/weight-loss-coach DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ DR. BERG'S REVIEWS: http://www.drberg.com/reviews The Health & Wellness Center 4709 D Pinecrest Office Park Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 703-354-7336 Disclaimer: Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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Brian Galban, fitness trainer based in San Francisco, demonstrates weight-bearing exercises essential to preventing loss of bone density, known as osteoporosis disease. This disease happens when a decline of calcium and other minerals causes our bones to become fragile and more susceptible to fracture. Weight-bearing exercises shown in this video are the best way of preventing bone-loss, bone-thinning, and bone-softening. Combining these exercises with a proper diet and supplementation rich in the proper amounts of vitamin d, calcium, magnesium, omega-3 and omega-6 are proven to build muscle-mass and bone-mass. Osteoporosis disease is often preventable, and not a requirement for growing older.
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How to Prevent Bone Loss and Lose Fat After 50 with one single protocol. There's an infinite number of ways to exercise. Yoga and Pilates are just two. Are they beneficial for preventing osteoporosis? Does it only help only when you begin? Learn more with this video. Connect! I’m social! www.facebook.com/navigatingfitnessafter50 www.twitter.com/after50fitness Subscribe to this channel: www.youtube.com/allagesfitness Check yourself against this checklist of high energy habits for after 50: www.voiceforfitness.comforeverfitandfab
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http://www.chicagomovementspecialists.com Dr. Evan Osar discusses how to increase bone density through exercise. For more videos like this visit o or to learn more about Chicago Integrative Movement Specialists visit our website or contact our office today, 773.343.4012.
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Vicki Doe Fitness-Health expert: Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS- Using light weights or resistance bands are much safer for this special population. Complete these exercises two days a week on alternating days to increase strength and bone mineral density.
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Inventor, author, and scientist John Jaquish, PhD, stumbled upon his life’s mission to promote bone health and advance osteogenic loading research after his mother was diagnosed with osteoporosis. Determined to help her and others suffering from musculoskeletal conditions and pain, John developed amazing biotechnology devices that increase bone density, strengthen muscles, and improve stability while reducing injury risk. In this fascinating conversation, recorded live at the Be Unlimited event in San Francisco, Dave and John discuss how you can build stronger bones and muscles by leveraging variable resistance, how an amazing technology called OsteoStrong can increase your bone density in just 10 minutes a week, and how you can put on more muscle in less time by leveraging John’s biomedical engineering wisdom – and his X3 Bar. If you want to build stronger bones and muscles in less time with less effort, then you don’t want to miss today’s episode!
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Pick your program here - http://athleanx.com/x/my-workouts Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW Low back pain is by far the most common source of discomfort we deal with. The irony is, a lot of times what we feel is rooted in the lower back is actually caused by muscles not in the back at all. In this video, I’m going to show you how the glute medius could be the real cause of your back pain and a quick exercise you can do to relieve your discomfort instantly. Once gone, I’m also going to show you a few additional exercises you can do to make sure your low back pain never returns. The gluteus medius is sandwiched between the glute maximus and minimus and lies in and around the hip area. The role of the muscle is to abduct your hip or lift your leg out to the side in either standing or side lying and to keep your pelvis level whenever you take a step. Prolonged sitting during the day as well as an unequal weight distribution when standing are two of the most common reasons for this muscle to get weak and imbalanced. You can quickly test to see if you have the makings of a weak glute medius by standing with your feet shoulder width apart and lifting one foot off the ground. First take note whether or not your opposite hip drops significantly. If it does, this would indicate a glute weakness on that side. You would repeat with the opposite foot as well. When you do this you would also want to see if you had to dramatically shift your weight to one side just to lift that foot off the ground. If you do, this would indicate that you have an unequal weight distribution when standing and it would be especially troublesome when squatting. To fix this quickly, you will want to lay down on the ground with your affected side on top. If your right lower back was bothering you then you would want to lie on your left hip. From here, take your thumb and place it on the area most sore. You should feel that this is going to happen just to the outside of the bony prominence of your pelvis. From here, push to hold back the trigger point and start flossing your leg down and in front of you and then back and up. Your hip should be extended and then lifted into abduction towards the ceiling (being sure to point the toes down to keep the glute medius in focus). Do this about 10 times until you feel the tension in the muscle release. Now, you can burn out the spasm in the trigger point by getting into the fully contracted position of the glute medius muscle and holding as long as you can. Generally, because this muscle is often very weak, this may not be any longer than 30 seconds to a minute. Once you cannot hold it any more you will stand up and you should notice an immediate relief of the pain on that side. This is the quick but not permanent fix for this problem. Since the underlying cause is weakness in the gluteus medius muscle you will want to back this up with some exercises for your low back that you can do a few times a week. I show you three options for this. The first is the hip bump against the wall. The second is called the sack swinger, and can be done with a dog leash if you don’t have a formal dip belt. The last is actually doing the same movement that you did for the treatment, but this time as a strengthening exercise for your low back. Whatever you do, just be sure you are consistent. You will also see that as you relieve the tension in this muscle that your squat performance improves as well. Your depth should be increased and any low back pain that you felt by doing the exercise should be gone since you will now be able to do them with equal force through each leg. If you are looking for a program that puts the science back in strength in every workout, head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. Start not only looking like an athlete but feeling like one as you take your training serious and take your results to the next level. If you are looking for more exercises and stretches for low back pain as well as workouts you can do with lower back pain, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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The number of people with osteoporosis is expected to grow dramatically. Weight lifting, resistance training is part of the answer. VOA's Carol Pearson reports on a study about men and bone health at the University of Missouri. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/a/3796863.html
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https://www.flippingfifty.com/flipping-50-cafe-membership workout is just one of two every week to benefit women over 50 with the what, how and why little technique changes make more results happen in less time. This short sneak peek into part of the whole exercise set includes cues for safely and effectively doing squats, bent over row, chest press, and a side plank variation. Be my guest member for the day! Are you ready to feel your best and tired of settling for less? Flip 50 with me at: https://www.flippingfifty.com Use the checklist of habits for the fit and fabulous over 50 and assess where small changes will make a big life today. 4-DVD set: https://www.flippingfifty.com/the-whole-flip/ For (4) full-length workout videos: https://flippingfifty.com/you-still-got-it-girl-exercise-videos For (10) short videos you can fit into your busy life: https://flippingfifty.com/muscles-in-minutes Love smoothies? My Thin Mint bundle: www.flippingfifty.com/mint-smoothie Subscribe to this Channel: https://youtube.com/flipping50 TWITTER: http://twitter.com/flipping50tv FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/flipping50tv
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"Resistance Band Training for Osteoporosis Prevention" DVD clip. Strengthen your muscles to help slow down bone loss. By Susie Hathaway, ACSM certified personal trainer. 60-minute DVD which contains: A 48-minute full-body workout and a BONUS 12-minute coaching session on how to use resistance bands for osteoporosis prevention. This unique DVD is a personal strength training class on a disc for women over 50, using resistance bands. Mostly standing, a few sitting, and no floor exercises. Bands are lightweight, economical, and great for travel! Buy on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1tU7VwM Buy on Amazon Instant Video: http://amzn.to/1pogjF6
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Weight Training for FACE?? I have developed the “Face Weight Training Method” to help you enjoy youthful, firm face, tone your cheeks and tighten your forehead wrinkles, with these exercises for just a couple of minutes everyday. If going to gym helps you keep your body fit and firm with weights training, then these exercises can make you look younger too. start early in life to see the benefits in a longer run. i have experienced the benefits myself. Now its time to share the secrets with you to naturally tighten your skin and experience a natural face lift without the surgery. Here’s how you can do my Face firming resistance exercises and sculpt your Cheekbones, reduce the appearance of your laugh lines, your forehead lines, deep wrinkles that age your lips and and Define the “V” jawlines in a few weeks. Reduce face puffiness to look better for your age. Enjoy and let me know how you liked it. Hello slim face! Bye-Bye Chubby cheeks! SUBSCRIBE!!! SHARE!! LIKE!!... and COMMENT!!! INSTAGRAM is here http://instagram.com/Blushwithme_parmita FACEBOOK FANPAGE https://www.facebook.com/ParmitaKatkar.Photography/ Do watch my other face yoga videos FACE YOGA TO LOSE FACE FAT/Slimmer Face Naturally/NO MORE CHUBBY CHEEKS https://youtu.be/lbhYoSyH7GY FIRM UP DOUBLE CHIN/Lose Face Fat/ FACE EXERCISES TO TONE JAW LINE https://youtu.be/YEm6yUraV48 HOW DO I DO MY EYEBROWS/ EASY TUTORIAL https://youtu.be/fQbCV-f3Wy4 face yoga method, face yoga FOR FIRM FACE NECK LIPS AND FOREHEAD (2018), reduce cheek fat, FIRM FACE, lose double chin, face exercises for sagging hog jowls, no more chubby cheeks, face exercises, no surgery facelift, no surgery facelift exercises, get rid of chubby cheeks, high cheekbones, facial yoga exercises, slimmer face naturally, facial exercises to look younger, face toning exercises, beauty tips for older women, slim face without surgery, how to look younger without make up, blush with me, better Instagram photos, how to look younger in photos, how to take better selfies,
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http://vibraboard.info/ http://vibraboard.info/bone-density/ http://vibraboard.info/strength-training/ Women with osteoporosis -- a skeletal disease that erodes bone density, weakens bone strength and increases the risk of fractures -- might think taking it easy is the best way to prevent bone breaks. Yet an updated review of studies confirms that compared to staying sedentary, strength exercises boost bone density in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. Prolonged periods of inactivity actually contribute to reduced bone mass, but adding a mechanical load, such as body weight or dumbbells, mitigates the loss, said Tracey Howe, a professor of rehabilitation services at the Glasgow Caledonian University, in Scotland, and the review's lead author. "The concept of bone loss is a confusing one for most people. Bone loss is an inevitable part of aging and our review indicates that exercise appears to slow it down. But exercise needs to be done on a regular basis, as stopping exercise means bone loss will continue at the same rate as before," Howe said. In their review, Howe and colleagues examined 43 studies that evaluated the effect of exercise programs on the bone health of 4,320 postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. This update of a 2000 review evaluates 27 studies not included in the earlier version. http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/products.html http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/vibraboard.html
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Benefits of Strength Training Strength Training will add definition to your muscles and give men and women alike more fit and toned bodies. But working out with weights does so much more. 1. Strength training protects bone health and muscle mass. Put it this way as you get older you begin to lose about 1% of your bone and muscle strength every year. Strength training will help prevent bone and muscle loss. 2. Strength Training makes you stronger and look and feel great. Strength training is also called resistance training because it involves strengthening and toning your muscles by contracting them against a resting force. two types of resistance training. -Isometric resistance-involves contracting your muscles against a non-moving object, such as push-ups -isotonic strength training- involves contracting your muscles through a range of motion as in weight lifting. Both make you strong and can get you into better shape. always take time to recover when doing a strength training program. 3. Strength Training plays a role in disease prevention. Studies have documented the many wellness benefits of strength training. It can help those who have arthritis, it can be effective as medication in decreasing arthritis pain. Strength training can help post-menopausal women increase their bone density and reduce the risk of bone fractures. And for the 14 million Americans with type 2 diabetes, strength training along with other healthy lifestyle changes can help improve glucose control. 4. Strength Training helps you develop better body mechanics. Your balance and coordination will improve, as will your posture. More importantly, if you have poor flexibility and balance strength training can reduce your risk of falling by as much as 40%, a crucial benefit, especially as you get older. 5. Strength Training boosts energy levels and improve your mood. Strength training will elevate your level of endorphins(natural opiates produced by the brain) which will make you feel great. As if that isn't enough to convince you. Strength training has also been shown to be a great antidepressant, to help you sleep better, and to improve your overall quality of life. 6. Strength Training translates to more calories burned. You burn more calories during strength training, and your body continues to burn calories after strength training. More calories are used to make and maintain muscle than fat and in fact it can boost your metabolism by 15%. This can really kick up your weight loss plan. Strength Training--Getting started "please don't limit yourself to thinking that lifting weights, expensive machines, or gym memberships is the only way to do strength training." there are so many different options so don't limit yourself. Any health issues ask your doctor first before you start any new program. Then hook up with a trainer to help get you on the right track. So what are you waiting for? GETTER DONE!!!
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Build muscle and end joint pain - http://athleanx.com/x/athlete Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW Wrist pain during workouts is one of the most common joint ailments you can experience. In this video, I’m going to show you how to fix workout related wrist pain by going over the best ways to address joint and muscle causes as well as things you can do on specific exercises. To start, I think it is beneficial to try and pinpoint where in your wrist you are feeling pain. For example if you feel wrist soreness on the back side of your wrist in the area of the carpal bones, then you are likely dealing with an impingement or joint immobility issue rather than a muscular one. Here you would want to incorporate the joint mobilization for your wrist to help restore normal extension. This simple wrist mobilization is one that you can do yourself with no equipment at all. Simply squeeze your wrist with your thumb and forefinger and distract that carpal bones just enough to clear the end of the radius. From here, glide the wrist radially and move your wrist into extension by pushing the hand palm down into a bench. You should not experience pain when you do this. Do it for a few reps and then retest your range of motion and you should notice that it has improved significantly. If on the other hand your discomfort is more on the underside of your forearm and tends to run up and down the forearm when your wrist is bent backwards, then this is more indicative of a muscle tightness. Here you don’t only want to just stretch the muscles of the forearm by bending your wrist back and keeping your fingers straight but you want to manipulate the tissues themselves with some myofascial release. You can do this by pressing your forearm into a solid surface (like a squat rack upright) and then flossing the muscles through the compressed area by moving the wrist around in circles as well as back and forth into flexion and extension. Do this until you feel the pain subside in your forearms. The next step once you have addressed the type of pain that you feel in your wrists when working out is to identify the specific exercises that you get soreness in when you lift. The most common ones that I covered in this video are the bench press, pushups, bicep curls and the front and back squats. Each one of them demands a little something different than the others and therefore must be addressed individually. Through some fine tuned careful changes in the position of the grip or the placement of the bar in your hands, you will see that you are able to correct the pain that you are feeling without diminishing the effectiveness of the exercises. This is the same approach that we use that has led to ATHLEAN-X becoming the go to choice for professional athletes in their training and workouts. We not only show you how to make gains in muscle size and how to lose fat but we put the science into everything we do and keep a priority on doing it safely so you can keep lifting at a high level for a long period of time. You can get the program by visiting http://athleanx.com and selecting from our various workouts based on your individual training goals. For more exercises for your wrists and ways to strengthen your wrists, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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John explains the importance of preventing bone loss.
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How to lose weight from your face and reduce cheek fat fast? Here are the 8 most effective facial exercises that will help you improve your face shape in less than a week! Time flies incredibly fast, and, unfortunately, none of us is getting younger. Our face is one of the main detectors that can show our actual age. The first noticeable signs of aging are usually wrinkles and loose skin. Your skin elasticity and the contours of your face depend on how well your facial muscles are toned. These muscles need exercise just as much as the rest of your body. But exactly what exercises will help you deal with the problem? TIMESTAMPS Warm up your facial muscles 1:03 Exercise #8. Lower lip lift 1:37 Exercise #7. Chin lift 2:51 Exercise #6. Lips down pull 4:05 Exercise #5. Writing in the air 5:29 Exercise #4. Head tilt 7:02 Exercise #3. Full of air 8:24 Exercise #2. Chin pushing 9:47 Exercise #1. More chin pushing! 10:59 SUMMARY These exercises are a great workout for your facial muscles, and a great way to get rid of a double chin. Plus, it gives you a more prominent jawline and a beautiful and young-looking neck! And yes, you can achieve all of it with these simple exercises. Don't forget that one of the greatest exercises for your face is just smiling! And it's not a joke. Smiling lessens your cheek fat and uplifts the structure of your face. So, stay happy – that's always the key to looking fresh and truly gorgeous! Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present Osteoporosis Exercises to Strengthen the Spine, Improve Posture, and Stop Compression Fractures. Make sure to like Bob and Brad on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/BobandBrad/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Preferred Page : https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Our Website: https://www.bobandbrad.com/ Our book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle http://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain Brad’s Book “Martial Arts Manual: For Stretching, Strengthening, Prevention, and Treatment of Common Injuries” is also available on Kindle. https://www.amazon.com/Martial-Arts-Manual-Stretching-Strengthening-ebook/dp/B0722J3PZL/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494292881&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=brad+heineck+martial+arts WANT TO HELP TRANSLATE OUR VIDEOS? We would so love the help. http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCmTe0LsfEbpkDpgrxKAWbRA We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites
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Bone Density Sharply Enhanced Weight Training (Vibraboard) 1-888-277-4980 CALL FREE INFORMATION & CONSULTATION http://vibraboard.info/bone-density/ http://vibraboard.info/strength-training/ Increased bone density, improved muscle strength, better balance -- these three things will dramatically improve your later years and increase your longevity. Only these health improvements can help prevent a bad fall, which is often a turning point in an elderly person's life. One bad spill can result in a broken hip, an injury that can lead to an elderly person's immobility and dependence on others. Only strength training can provide these benefits, but what exactly does "strength training" or "weight training" mean? A little training goes a long way Strength training does not mean that you have to train for the Olympics or tediously do the same exercise over and over. According to Healing Moves, a variety of exercises will yield bone-building benefits: "Physical impact and weight-bearing exercise stimulates bone formation. Just as a muscle gets stronger and bigger the more you use it, a bone becomes stronger and denser when you regularly place demands upon it. The best bone builders are exercises that put force on the bone, such as weight-bearing activities like running and resistance exercises like strength training. In general, the greater the impact involved, the more it strengthens the bones." However, it is important to distinguish the exercises that will increase bone density from the ones that will not. "Weight lifting, including curls and bench presses, is a beneficial activity ... Dancing, stair-climbing and brisk walking are all weight-bearing exercises, which promote (good) mechanical stress in the skeletal system, contributing to the placement of calcium in bones. Aerobic exercises such as biking, rowing and swimming do not strengthen the bones," writes Gary Null in Power Aging. vibraboard, geriatric physical therapy, bariatric nursing, bariatric rehabilitation, bariatric chamber treatment, elderly physical therapy, pediatric physical therapy, geriatric sports medicine, geriatric nursing, bariatric surgery physical therapy, bariatric exercise equipment, geriatric massage therapy, http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/products.html http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/vibraboard.html
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http://SusieHathaway.com to order DVD: "Safe Strength Training for Osteoporosis Prevention" Exercise DVD. Video clip on appropriate form for lifting weights and how it can help your upper spine. Susie Hathaway, certified personal trainer, has created a 90-minute DVD which contains: A 50-minute full-body workout and a BONUS 40-minute coaching session on how to safely strength train over-fifty. This unique DVD is a personal training class on a disc, with all of the information that Susie teaches in her popular 14-hour strength training classes for women. Go to http://susiehathaway.com to order directly from Amazon.
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How to Increase Bone Density in the Upper Body. Part of the series: Stretching & Lifting for Great Arms. Increasing bone density in the upper body is also a great way to prevent osteoporosis. Increase bone density in the upper body with help from a fitness professional in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/video/1008065-increase-bone-density-upper-body/
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Certified Yoga therapist Allannah Law demonstrates a series of poses to help improve and also avoid osteoporosis. 10 minutes a day has been scientifically proven to improve bone strength. Thanks for subscribing https://www.facebook.com/Yoga-for-PerimenopauseMenopause-1692745627627768/ namaste xxx
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Dr. Lisa Lilienfield discusses natural ways to prevent osteoporosis and increase bone strength. Taking prescription medications can cause troublesome side effects in some patients, so Dr. Lisa recommends weight-bearing exercise, such as yoga, a "bone-healthy" diet and various nutritional supplements. Dr. Lisa Lilienfield specializes in women's health and sports medicine at the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine in McLean, VA.
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Strength training definition, tips and recommended exercises by Amit Patel, Owner and CEO / GYM24 What is a strength training? Strength training is a vital part of a balanced exercise routine that includes aerobic activity and flexibility exercises. ... When you strength train with weights, you're using your muscles to work against the extra pounds (this concept is called resistance). Why it is important to do strength training? A regular strength training program helps you reduce body fat and burn calories more efficiently, which can result in healthy weight loss. Strength training helps preserve and enhance your muscle mass and bone mass, regardless of your age. What burns more calories cardio or strength training? Sure, if you keep the variable time as a constant, like 30 minutes of exercise, doing “metabolic resistance training” (a fancy term for weight lifting circuits) burns more calories than high intensity interval training, which burns more calories than straight cardio. How often do you need to do strength training? To lose weight, do at least two sessions a week and after three months of consistent training, consider doing three to four times a week. Split your workouts into upper and lower body exercises so you give each time for recovery. How to gain strength? Increase the weight, drop the reps. Moderate-rep sets are important when training for muscle size, which directly pumps up training volume. However, to build strength, you're going to have to train with heavier weights, meaning you'll do fewer reps. Your first exercise of each training day is your main lift. Why it is important to have good muscle strength? Health Benefits. Maintaining your muscle strength with regular weight or resistance training can reduce the likelihood of some diseases and abate the signs and symptoms of others. ... The pull of strong muscle contractions on your bones helps prevent bone loss, which may progress to osteoporosis. Examples for some strength training exercises? Some examples of Phenomenal Strength Exercises • Goblet Squat. • Pall of Press. • Dumbbell Row. • Push-Up. • Split Squat (Stationary Lunge) • Lateral Squat. • Hip Extension (Glute Bridges/Hip Thrusts)
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