Bone-Healthiest Strength-Training Exercise

The Top Bone-Strengthening Weightlifting Move It gets harder to maintain an upright posture when bone density decreases. This is because hunching over can occur when vertebrae collapse due to bone loss

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one solution is to work on developing one's trapezius muscle, a broad, triangular muscle that spans the upper back and is just beneath the neck's base. 

 Jaffe outlines how to strengthen this muscle group using the following exercise:


First, stand with your legs shoulder-width apart and your knees and toes turned out at a 45-degree angle. Maintain a small bend in your knees. T

 There is no weight requirement for this exercise. Begin without weights and progress to using them as you feel comfortable.

2 Keep your arms at your sides, palms facing in toward your thighs. Raise your elbows to shoulder level while maintaining your shoulders down. 

Slowly bring your arms to your sides. Do this ten times.

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