Pilates Exercises for Osteoporosis

To ensure your safety during exercise for osteoporosis, keep these guidelines in mind:

Exercise for Better Bones: The Complete Guide to Safe and Effective Exercises for Osteoporosis

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    Resistance training promotes strengthened upper spine and arms and can help promote growth of bone tissue. Exercises for osteoporosis often incorporate weights and resistance bands. The Seated Row is a great technique that strengthens back muscles and requires a resistance band. Sit up right on the floor with feet extended in front of you. Place the resistance band behind the balls of the feet and secure each end of the band by wrapping them around the hands. Pull the band toward you while keeping the back straight. Hold for a second and then release the arms and repeat the movement for six to eight repetitions. Start by performing this exercise once a day and gradually increase the frequency to twice a day. You can also progress to a higher resistance band. Do this three to four times a week.

  • But with so many dynamics playing into the exercise for osteoporosis scenario, we really need to know what we are doing when we exercise for osteoporosis. In the interview below, Rebekah Rotstein helps us clarify the role of exercise, Pilates, and Pilates equipment with regard to osteoporosis and bone strengthening.

Exercise for osteoporosis patients - Boneporosis

Resistance exercise for osteoporosis, if you have been diagnosed with osteoporosis should be prescribed by a Physiotherapist based upon an individual assessment of your risks and needs.