NEWTEST EXERCISE MONITOR - BONE HEALTH
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What is bone exercise?
Bone exercise is any form of daily physical activity that makes your body move and work. Jump, jog or run, play ball games and put more effort into your Nordic walking. You know that the exercise is good for your bones if it makes your cheeks and buttocks wobble.
What are the benefits of Newtest Exercise Monitor - Bone Health?
The right type of exercise improves your bone health. Women's bone mass already begins to decline after the age of 30. You can now actively slow down this trend.
With Newtest Exercise Monitor - Bone Health you can estimate whether your exercise is good for your bones. At the same time you can enjoy the other positive effects of exercise: easier weight control, increased muscle strength and better balance.
Who can use Newtest Exercise Monitor - Bone Health?
The Newtest Exercise Monitor - Bone Health is ideal for everyone concerned about improving his/her well-being. You can easily wear the small, light monitor on your waist when moving over from one activity to another.
Bone exercise is effective, and more effective with Newtest Exercise Monitor - Bone Health!
In a survey conducted by the University of Oulu and Oulu Deaconess' Institute, the effect of exercise on bone density among 120 women aged 35-40 years was examined during a period of one year. The participants were randomly divided into an exercise group and a reference group. In the exercise group, a statistically significant rise in bone density was observed in the femur, lumbar skeleton and heel bone. The follow-up was carried out using Newtest Exercise Monitor - Bone Health.
Effect of bone exercise on the neck of the femur, 12-month follow-up.
Source: Vainionpää et al. Osteoporosis Int. 2005;16:191-7. Published Online 17 June 2004