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Fight Osteoporosis with Trampoline Fitness

Millions of people suffer from osteoporosis. This means their bones lose their firmness and become brittle. It used to be thought that bones are a rigid entity that don’t change, but the truth is far from it. Bones change and renew themselves throughout our lives. Special sensors in the bone tissue measure the load on the bones and their direction. When these forces are low, the body breaks down bone mass; when they are high, the body builds it up. If you want to keep your bones strong and healthy, you must move.

The New York Times published an article in 2009 in an article entitled "The Best Exercises for Healthy Bones," concluding that "simply jumping up and down" is the best exercise against osteoporosis.

Do Something Good for Your Bones

Movement is not only a benefit for the muscles and the cardiovascular system, it also benefits bones. Pressure is excellent for the bones, but it must be the right type of pressure. Follow the g-force—the fourfold effect of gravity—for the ideal pressure, which is especially present when trampoline training.  

Strong Bones are Not an Accident

The positive effects of jump-training on bone density are also confirmed by a 16-week study. One group performed ten jumps twice a day, with 30-second breaks in between, and another study group did the same program with 20 jumps. Compared to the control group with minimal jump training, the bone density of the second group saw significant growth.


If you have been diagnosed with osteoporosis, ask to receive medical and fitness supervision first.


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