Weight training, jogging promotes bone growth in men
|Weight training, jogging promotes bone growth in men||Darrell Miller||03/26/17|
March 26, 2017 06:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Weight training, jogging promotes bone growth in men
12 months of weight training with walking and jogging can release a hormone that promotes bone growth in men while inhibiting a protein that causes bone loss. Two groups of men over sixty were examined after being split into two exercise groups for a 12 month period. One group did resistance with weights, squats and lunges. The other group did exercises involving jumping. Both groups exhibited a low level of sclerostin, a hormone that inhibits bone formation. By using exercise to decrease this protein, bone growth can occur.
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