Yes, to acquire and improve bone strength can be a way to jump repeatedly done in the routine weekly.
Saturday (12/18/2010) recent study found that jumping on a regular basis as part of the exercise can increase the density (mass), bone, especially in adults.
A study conducted in Japan reported increased bone mass after jumping as much as 40 times per week.
While other studies conducted Christian Snow of Oregon State University and reported in the Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences in 2000 found women with adequate bone mass and jump as much as 50 times a day to get a significant increase in bone mass over a period of five years.
It also conducted joint exercises regularly can improve bone density. Joint exercises here is to do a squat and bend your knees and sit and rise from a chair.
Jumping on a regular basis also have other benefits for the body that improve balance. With a good balance of the body will make a person avoid a fall, so keep the bone in order not broken. And provide better stability and help reduce pain from arthritis.
Strong bones can help to protect vital organs in the body and maintain muscle health.Generally, few things could be a risk factor for bone mass loss, such as low calcium consumption, less physical exercise, aging, alcohol and tobacco, having a high thyroid levels, family history of osteoporosis, Caucasian or use of certain drugs.
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