Osteoporosis: Muscle Strengthening
As you'll see in this eMedTV slideshow, doing strength training just two to three times a week can increase bone density, make your muscles stronger, and improve balance. This resource explores the benefits of weight lifting, yoga, Pilates, and more.

Osteoporosis: Muscle Strengthening
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Weight Lifting

Weights you hold in your hands can be used for upper-body exercises. You can also find weights that can be strapped to your ankles for lower-body exercises. Free weights come in a variety of sizes, from as light as one pound on up, so you can start out slowly and gradually increase the weight as your strength increases.

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