Video FAQ: Let's Talk About Osteoporosis

 

Osteoporosis is a topic we've written about in the past, so we thought it would be helpful to talk about it for a video FAQ!

We are often asked, "What can I do for osteoporosis?" and the answer is there are so many simple steps you can take to both prevent osteoporosis or reverse it.

In this video, we cover:

  • What osteoporosis is and what it is telling you
  • How your bone either builds or loses bone density
  • What your shoes have to do with your hip bone density
  • And the simple actions steps you can take to build healthy bone density

We hope you enjoy! Have more questions related to osteoporosis? Reach out to us at info@advancedbalance.org and we would be happy to address them!

 

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All Walking is Not Created Equal

When it comes to walking, most of us have a strong preference between walking outdoors, indoors, or on a treadmill. We tend to think these activities are interchangeable from a health perspective, but are they? The surfaces that we walk on change the experience of our body and the muscles that we use.

Walking overground should be powered by the backs of our legs with our torso vertical. In order to propel us forward, our muscles generate a pushing action behind us to push the ground away. On the other hand, a treadmill forces our body to do exactly the opposite, relying on a walking pattern driven by the muscles in the front of the hip and thigh to catch yourself because the “ground” is coming toward you. Therefore, treadmill walking is not the same as walking overground.

So Why Does This Matter?

For most of us, the muscles of the fronts of our hips are already shortened due to time spent sitting every day. Treadmill use encourages further shortening and overuse of...

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Want to Move Better? Start Here.

How much time do you spend thinking about how you move throughout the day? If you're not getting the health results you want, your movement is likely a huge factor! 

Movement really comes down to a matter of convenience... Today, moving more to accomplish daily tasks is viewed as an inconvenience. We now have access to devices serving the sole purpose of making our lives easier, from electronic kitchen appliances, to phones, to vehicles. These devices externalize the work of our muscles, effectively outsourcing the work of our body. “Upgrading” to their product results in doing less work throughout our day. This is promoted by advertisers as sign of status, progress, and luxury. A device that results in less work is the ultimate end goal and this message is thrown at us from every direction!

However, these "conveniences" come with a major down side...

Humans were intended to move. Our movement impacts not only our physical health, but our mental health and overall...

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