Knowledge is Power
Bone Health Facts:
1. A loss of bone mineral density results in weak bones that are susceptible to fracture.
2. The most common sites for fracture are the hip, spine, and wrist.
3. Bone mineral density is highly related to long-term physical activity.
4. Exercise is beneficial in preventing fractures by increasing strength.
(from NSCA Essentials of Personal Training)
Charity Bidegain, ACE Certified Personal Trainer. Supporting all who live the mission of helping us all to live healthier, more fulfilled lives.