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SWIFTSEATURTLE Posts: 3,328
5/24/11 2:41 P

Stronger muscles, through exercise, will help protect bones from further fractures. There are ways to strength train at home if you don't belong to a gym. Stretchy bands you can get at Walmart are one way to do it. There are Sparkteams on various exercise methods, as well as the fitness and exercise message board for expert help. Please sparkmail me if you want help to find teams or the message board.

Here's a link to the Sparkteam "Living with Osteoporosis" www.tinyurl.com/3npwxel

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5/24/11 10:58 A

Need any ideas to exercise even with a compression fracture. I have osteoporosis so do any of you have any special exercises or diet info I could use.

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