3. Punch + kick to keep osteoporosis away.
This is a high impact exercise, which, contrary to what you might think, helps build bone structure and prevents damage caused by osteoporosis.
What to do:
- While standing up, lift your right knee.
- Quickly elevate your right leg and foot in a kicking motion. Your leg should be straight, at the top of the kick.
- Return to the standing position.
- Take a big step forward with your right knee bent, while punching with your left arm.
- Return to the standing position. Do 3 sets of 15.
4. Try this “Superman” pose to reduce the risk of developing arthritis.
A strength training pose like this reduces the risk of developing arthritis and suffering from joint pain.
What to do:
- Lay on your stomach on a comfortable surface with your arms stretched out forward.
- Keeping your legs together and straight, lift them about 4 to 8 in from the floor.
- Lift your arms together at the same time. They should also be at about a 4 to 8 in distance from the floor.
- Maintain this position for 10 seconds.
- Return to the initial position. Rest for 10 seconds. Repeat 10 times.