We’ve got a bone to pick with you…

Written By:  Mary-Jane Greidanus
Now that I’ve got your attention!

Our bones are living tissues and like muscle they respond to exercise.  Most people start to lose bone density in our 30’s already!

Regular exercise can help to slow this down and build stronger bones. Along with healthier bones, exercise will increase our muscle strength, co-ordination and balance—all things that will help us stay safer as we get older and more prone to injuries and falls.

What type of exercise is best? 
The first type is weight bearing movements like walking, hiking, jogging, climbing stairs and dancing; these are  all great options! The second is resistance exercise—using things like free weights and resistance bands.

Afraid or unsure of the whole weight lifting part? Weights do not have to be heavy to build up our muscle strength, it is surprising what can be done with very light weights to build our bodies stronger!
 If you would like to read the full article you can find the information by clicking here. 

At Young At Heart Fitness these are the types of movements we focus on.

Every movement can be geared to where you are at in your fitness journey; whether you are just starting out or have been active in other areas of fitness. Our goal is to help you stay active as long as possible to do all the things you love to do!

Still not sure this is for you? I would love to meet you and answer any questions you may have! 

Please email me at maryjane@degreecrossfitseaforth.com

Your Coach,
Mary Jane

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