A few weeks ago, my Doctor told me my osteoporosis was back. I was diagnosed with it many years ago but reversed it through diet. Or that is how I think I reversed it. Now, it's back and I am going to try anything I can to reverse it again. I do mean anything!! So if you have any ideas,.. I am open to them.
I had read that you can possibly reverse it through exercise. The thing is, you need to know the correct exercises to do.
Sit And Be Fit, Easy Fitness For Seniors, With Host Mary Ann Wilson, RN does just that. I do want to tell you though, these exersises in this DVD set seems to be more for beginners or those that do not get around well. They are too easy for me, but I did get a lot of information from the Sit And Be Fit 2 DVD Set. The basic fundamentals of what I need to do are there. I just need to step it up a few notches.
If you have a friend or family member who is not very active or for some reason can't do most standing exercises.... this is the workout you want for them.
Sit And Be Fit ~ 2 Complete Workouts ~ Osteoporosis Workout And Brain Workout
The Sit And Be Fit workouts feature Mary Ann Wilson, from the popular television series. The Osteoporosis Workout is a series of exercises designed to improve postural stability, core strengh and balance control. The Brain Workout leads viewers through a fun and challenging program designed to keep the mind flexible and alert.
Disc 1 Osteoporisis Workout
Seated Warm-up Exercises
Seated Circulation Exercises
Seated or Standing Leg Strengthening
Seated or Standing Balance Exercises
Seated or Standing Leg Stretches
Disc 2 Brain Workout
Seated Body Tapping Exercises
Seated Multitasking Exercises
Seated Perceptual Motor Fitness
Seated Brain Flexibility & Coordination
Standing Mental and Physical Agility
Standing Balance for the Brain & Body
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Of course, I alway try the exercises out to see how I like them. This one, Sit & Be Fit would be great for my Mother In Law. But, I know she won't do them. Why is that? These older people will complain this or that hurts, but they won't get off their duff to exercise.
So what do all of you do to keep your bones fit?