Carole was diagnosed with osteopenia at age 43. Her most recent bone scan, 22 years later showed no osteopenia. It is the nature of osteopenia to progress to osteoporosis; Carole certainly does not fit the mold.
While there is no cure for osteopenia, strength training has been demonstrated to be an effective treatment. Treatments can slow, or temporarily stop or reverse symptoms – in Carole’s case dramatically so.
Carole is a client who has been working out at our Austin facility for five years. Carole has significant scoliosis, and her past attempts to do weight bearing exercise invariably resulted in injury to her back. When she started our program she was living with daily back pain. She was able to do our program without further injury and her back pain soon disappeared. We use primarily MedX rehabilitation exercise equipment and an protocol that is gentler on the joints.
A little strength training, an active lifestyle, and better eating choices can have profound effects on one's fitness and health. These changes do not require endless hours in the weight room. Our fitness trainers at Austin TX Personal Training and at New Orleans Personal Trainers can guide you through an effective strength training program that will take less than an hour a week and achieve significant results.
5. Seems too good to be true, but it actually is that good
6. After each session, I always felt better on all levels.
7. This would not have happened to me if I had a personal trainer
8.My doctor said it would not be necessary to start taking drugs to preserve my bone density
9. Amazing and remarkable
10. Under no circumstances stop exercising because that is what is keeping you going
11. I was in tears walking on the Great Wall of China
12. I love this workout