Women – Is It Time to Start Bashing Your Bones?

As a motivational speaker on women's healthy lifestyles, I am on the constant look out for information to help us get and STAY as fit as possible, for as long as possible. And since I am…um…of a certain age…it has become increasingly important to me to learn as much as I can about the subject. So when I found this article yesterday in the New York Times on the importance of keeping  your bones nice and dense, I knew I had to share it with you.  Click here to see how to Build Up Your Bones with a Little Bone Bashing.


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  1. This is soooo true, Linda. Bill has preaching for years on the benefits of weight training. And now so is my trainer.  Building those bones is crucial, and lifting weights breaks the bone and rebuilds it – or something like that. Thanks for sharing! Now I will share this too.

  2. Great advice to bone up on, and happy Scott and I danced up a storm last Sunday!

  3. I'll buy each one of you health-minded motivational speakers a "cordless digital jump rope" for Christmas! Hahaha!  Love the information from Jane Brody, a health advocate I have followed for decades.  The message I keep hearing is MOVE MOVE MOVE!  Some movements might be considered "bone bashing", some are kind and gentle-on-the-joints cardio.  Mix it up and you can't miss.  Thanks for the important link Linda!

  4. GREAT stuff Linda!  As a serious "slogger" I have been told often that I must add weights to really help my bones.  And I am truly trying to add daily "planking" into my life… but I honestly forget… honest.  Maybe I need to strap some 10 pound weights to my snack basket!!!  Thank you for continuing to make better choices for my health!

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