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Exercise should always be a part of your lifestyle, whether you are a teenager, young adult, or middle-aged man or woman.
Not only does regular workout give you energy, help you lose more pounds, keep your weight in check, reduce the risk of diseases like type 2 diabetes, cholesterol, and heart disease, but it also strengthens and keeps your bones healthy.
Our bone mass reaches its peak when we’re between 25 and 30 years of age, and by 40 we start to slowly lose bone density and become prone to developing conditions like osteopenia and osteoporosis disease, in which the bone mineral density drops below the normal level, resulting in weakness, muscle pain, and fragile bones that can easily break.
If you’re above 40, you shouldn’t worry too much about that happening to you if you follow these 6 exercises, which will help slow down bone loss and make you feel and look younger!