November 23, 2007, Newsletter Issue #301: Weight Bearing Exercise

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Weight bearing exercise strengthens your bones. Weight bearing exercise refers to you supporting your own weight. Swimming, where the water supports you, and bicycling, where the cycle supports you, are not good for this purpose although they are great cardio fitness exercises. Running is excellent, and even walking reduces the risk of hip fracture in older people.

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