Buff Bones Launched in Bluffton
Friday, January 12th, 2018
The award-winning, medically endorsed Buff Bones workout for bone and joint health is now available in Bluffton. Classes begin at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays at TrueFit Pilates and Personal Training Center, 57A Sheridan Park Circle.
The exercise system uses varied and specific bone-strengthening and balance techniques for a safe option for people with osteoporosis and arthritis. Former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona, M.D. recommended the workout, calling it “an excellent resource to continue to improve America’s bone health.
Buff Bones was created by renowned bone health and exercise expert Rebekah Rotstein, who was just 28 when diagnosed with osteoporosis, a condition of excessive low bone mass and fragility. She found that people with osteoporosis and osteopenia (its precursor) were often uncertain of what kind of exercise to do and concerned about safety.
“The Buff Bones system is based on a research-supported design and combines Pilates, strength training, functional movement and therapeutic exercise,” says Rotstein. “It also uses techniques to align the joints, enhance posture, and balance and prepare the body for optimal loading of the bones, which is how they strengthen. I recommend the Buff Bones system for anyone who has osteoporosis or wants to prevent it.”
According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, exercise is one of the most essential strategies for building and maintaining strong bones and preventing falls and fractures” “Targeted exercise is especially important in that it helps to build muscle strength, improve balance and posture, and maintain bone mass.”
The Buff Bones workout has gained popularity as well for toning the body and enhancing flexibility. The movements are beneficial for people who’ve suffered from general injuries and are also useful for enhancing the skill set of athletes and dancers.