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January 18, 2012

Exercise Equipment for Stronger Bones and Muscles

Bones, muscles and exercise machine
Photo courtesy BoneHealth4Life.com

Avoid Osteoporosis with this Exercise Equipment

Do you feel like you are getting weaker as you get older and have you been told that you are losing bone density?  Declining muscle strength and decreased bone density is a huge problem for people as they age leading to osteoporotic fractures, immobility, and a general decline in quality of life.  The good news is a new piece of exercise equipment strengthens bones and muscles and doesn’t take hours of working out.

Maintaining and improving bone density can be accomplished through hormone optimization coupled with optimal intake of vitamin D and calcium.  But building stronger bones and muscles also takes effort.  It takes exercise. It takes the bioDensity™ exercise equipment.

bioDensity™ Device

The bioDensity™ device is a unique piece of exercise equipment that assists in building muscles and improving bone density in as little as 5 minutes a week.  That’s right – 5 minutes a week.  Plus you can use this exercise equipment in street clothes.  How does the bioDensity™ device accomplish that?

To build stronger bones and muscles both must be subjected to stress or loads.  The higher the load the more muscles and bones will adapt becoming stronger as the result. The bioDensity™ device enables an individual to produce neuro-muscular loads several times body weight by exercising muscles isometrically in optimal biomechanical positions for ideal results.  Clinical studies show a 4.5% increase in bone density after 3 years of exercising on the bioDensity machine.  This represents a significant increase in bone density.

The bioDensity™ device also stimulates development of larger myofibrils within muscles.  Bigger myofibrils mean one can generate more muscle power and strength.  And, improved strength has been shown to occur after a single exposure of biomechanical overload on the bioDensity device.  Improved muscle strength and power minimizes the potential for falling – a leading cause of osteoporotic fractures.

The bioDensity™ device is safe as all loads are self-applied by the individual and performed within each person’s comfort zone.  A training session consists of 4 exercises or load exposures that stimulate biomechanical adaptive changes in the major muscle groups and corresponding bones.

For more information on the bioDensity device visit BoneHealth4Life.com.

See related articles.

“Vitamin K: Protect Your Bones and Prevent Cardiovascular Disease”

“The Benefits of Body Weight Exercises”

“Osteopenia Exercises”

 

 

 

 

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Dr. Joe Jacko


Dr. Joe is board certified in internal medicine and sports medicine with additional training in hormone replacement therapy and regenerative medicine. He has trained or practiced at leading institutions including the Hughston Clinic, Cooper Clinic, Steadman-Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas, and Cenegenics. He currently practices in Columbus, Ohio. Read more about Dr. Joe Jacko

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