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Regular exercise releases osteocalcin from your bones. Once in circulation, osteocalcin enters your brain to support learning and memory.
You can sprint safely if you have prepared your body for the stress of sprinting, and you apply a sub-maximal approach to sprint training.
Low bone density is under-diagnosed and under-treated in men. Fortunately, simple lifestyle interventions can help keep your bones strong.
Impact training combined with lifting weights is highly effective for increasing bone density and muscle mass in both young and older adults.
The combination of resistance and impact training can preserve and perhaps even improve the strength of your bones as you get older.
Four safe, simple, and effective lifestyle interventions can maintain and possibly increase your bone density, muscle mass and muscle function into old age.