Give your skeleton some love
|Give your skeleton some love||Darrell Miller||11/25/16|
November 25, 2016 04:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Give your skeleton some love
Did you know that exercise is not only good for your heart, but your bones and joints too? Little to no activity can weaken bones over time and lead to ailments such as arthritis. To promote bone and joint health, physical activity in moderation and a healthy diet should be incorporated into your lifestyle.
- Hopping, skipping and jumping (in moderation, of course) are good for your joints – ensuring they continue to function at an optimal level.
- Risk factors that contribute to the development of bone and joint problems include obesity, poor diet, smoking and lack of exercise.
- The most common bone and joint condition affecting people – besides injuries such as sprains, dislocations and fractures – is arthritis.
"Hopping, skipping and jumping (in moderation, of course) are good for your joints – ensuring they continue to function at an optimal level."