Exercise and osteoporosis
The body needs exercise at any age. However, many do not know how to do this exercise, if they have knee jerk or what to avoid. Improper exercise puts more pressure on the injured knees and causes them to suffer.
The body needs exercise at any age. However, many do not know how to do this exercise, if they have knee jerk or what to avoid. Improper exercise puts more pressure on the injured knees and causes them to suffer. Therefore, it is also important to take care when exercising.
As you get older, muscle mass decreases and fat increases. Body weight is imposed on the spine and knees. Therefore, the joints slowly begin to deform under pressure. There are some important things to keep in mind to prevent these losses from aging.
Many people have the illusion that walking is the best exercise for the knees and back. The knees and spine are slowly eroding due to the constant work performed. Running burns very few calories. Running for an hour, burns at least three hundred calories. Excessive amounts of calories burn in double the amount of time you exercise. These exercises should be done under the guidance of the instructor and after consultation with the doctor.
Often, people suddenly start exercises that require a lot of labor, such as Zumba, Cross Fit, and eventually end up with knee pain. The exercise should start slowly, not suddenly. Regular exercise changes the body, but also changes the outlook and mood and makes you feel better.
Whatever time comes into your life, you need to make the most of it. The goal of the exercise should be to exercise as much muscle as possible at the same time, to activate it and to burn more calories as a result. In the mixed exercises, several muscles are worked at the same time. Half squats, shoulder presses or deadlifts are examples of these. Tools such as a pair of dumbbells or kettleballs are very useful for such exercises.
Home Exercises –
Certain types of mixed exercises such as half squats, sun greetings, foot / arm rotation, shoulder presses can also be done at home. This exercise can be performed by individuals of any age group.
Avoid sitting on the floor, kneeling down
About 90 percent of patients with OPD complain of lower back pain and knee pain. Proper exercise to care for your knees and spine needs to be done under the guidance of a qualified trainer. When you return to standing position from squatting, the body weight on the joints (knees and spine) is almost double. Therefore, you should avoid sitting on the floor, squatting or laying down. If the habit of doing so has been broken for a long time, more care should be taken. However, physical exercise is not enough, but the body also needs energy.