Osteoporosis Can a program like Simply Stronger help with osteoporosis? Techniques like those in the Simply Stronger Program can be effective in preventing osteoporosis. The tension created by the techniques creates a positive stress on the bones that helps to maintain the structural integrity (density) of the bones.
Osteoporosis is a progressive bone disease that's characterised by a decrease in bone mass and density and that leads to an increased risk of fracture.
The aging process inevitably erodes the actual structure of the joints, bones and soft tissue of the body. The bones are actually dynamic in nature and can maintain themselves throughout a lifetime at much higher levels of function and integrity than is generally understood. With specifically designed “stimulation protocols” like the ones in Simply Stronger, the bones, and soft tissue can be aroused into rebuilding themselves and maintaining a large measure of their original structural integrity.
Watch the video below if you want to see just how bone in remodeled. Depending on the stress and demand on the bone, bone building cells will increase the integrity and density of the bone.
Whether you want to prevent bone loss, or slow or stop its progression, resistance weight training is the best way to do that.
But bone is not the only thing you want to protect.
Aging also affects the elasticity and strength of the ligaments and tendons. An inevitable atrophy of the musculature, a slowing down of the musculature's metabolic function, dehydration of the discs separating the vertebrae, a slow starving of the spine from a lack of circulation of fluids, and an overall loss of the body’s general ability to complete its physiological tasks.
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