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... In a word NO. I have looked at this before and the evidence is overwhelming as far as loading you bones is concerned. ... (18 replies)
... Typically biking isn't considered a good weight bearing exercise, so find something that is. ... (18 replies)
... in fact, you might do as I and stop looking for help and cure from doctors... ... (20 replies)

... that move back and forth so you are pushing and pulling. ... (18 replies)
... PM sounds good too. I suffer from anxiety and it sounds like it might help me in that area. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks osteoblast for replying. I know that jumping, aerobics etc would all be good, but I am unable to do a lot of things due to a back problem. I do walk, I do the unipedal standing, do leg exercises etc but never heard anyone say anything about biking in regard to pro or con. So thanks for any info you might have and I will do further chking on the net. Jodianne (18 replies)
... pulling arms back and forth. ... (18 replies)
... Boron, 2000 Vit D, and Vit K. ... (18 replies)
... I prefer the recumbant, only because it puts less stress on your spine, since you are leaning back the whole time and can work your calves harder. Either way biking is good!! ... (18 replies)
... gone out for my walk, but as I saw your response, I wanted to volley the ball back! To just do this quick , I won't go back to the old board. Yes, I saw the doc and Yes I do feel it's a great fit for me because he is an endo and a bone specialist. At long last I feel that help has arrived. ... (18 replies)
... Interesting about the forteo and bisphos, is there a specific reason for this decision? ... (18 replies)
... Do you do wts bearing and what do you do? ... (18 replies)
... being on anything with my T scores. It's too bad that Forteo can't be used long term. I'm hoping for new meds soon that I can tolerate. Keep up with the exercise and the calcium. That's what I'm doing for now. ... (18 replies)
... I have had docs and phys. ther. tell me using ankle weights while walking or exercising is a high risk activity. I walked with very light ankle weights and never had a problem , but I have no knee issues. Also a phys. ther. ... (18 replies)
... I have a major back problem and I can't run or jump. All I can do is walk. Since lifting weights is supposedly good for the arms and shoulders in relation to bone density. What about using leg weights and doing exercises if you can't actually run or walk. Just a thought. ... (18 replies)
... different positions. First position would be with your toes pointed towards eachother, like an upside down V. Second is with you heels together forming a V, and third is with your feet just parallel. Hope that makes sense. ... (18 replies)
... for wrists arms and shoulders. ... (18 replies)
... Although I'd give it at least a year....most "authorities" will tell you it takes that long to see any effect on a DEXA scan. And no, you won't experience any significant deterioration over that period of time. ... (21 replies)
... It sounds like you've found the right dr to take care of your medical concerns. I don't know much on the theory of alternating anabolics and antiresorptives, except for the fact that some drs do this. ... (18 replies)
... s weight lifting goes, I bought the book BoneBuilding Body Shaping by Joyce Vedral. I don't think there is anything magical about the book. I did find it helpful and went over some of the moves I wanted to do with a phy. ther. ... (18 replies)

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