Regular exercise will provide the greatest degree of benefit for seniors. Most individuals get more out of their senior fitness programs when they exercise regularly (3 to five times a week) and when they incorporate different forms of training into their routine. Seniors will also benefit from such a regular but broadened fitness program.
Exercise can help prevent bone loss, even in individuals already suffering from osteoporosis. A sedentary life style promotes the loss of bone mass and, for several years, doctors and scientists have been educating younger individuals that they can prevent bone loss through a calcium-rich diet and regular activity, including weight-bearing exercise.
Recent research suggests that individuals with existing osteoporosis can also benefit from exercise because exercising regularly not only cuts down the rate of bone loss, it also conserves remaining bone tissue, reducing the risk of fractures.
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