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Too fit to fracture: Managing osteoporosis through exercise


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  • Website: Osteoporosis Canada
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If you have osteoporosis, it is recommended to exercise regularly. A physical therapist or kinesiologist can give you advice on what type of exercise is best for you. You should do a combination of strength, posture, balance, and aerobic exercise.


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gym, fitness, physical activity, exercise, bone, strength, muscle, flexibility, strong, break


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Rated on: 4/29/2018 9:51:07 PM

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