treadmill running as good as usual in increasing bone density?
The answer: Yes. Did we do the roads surrounding the complex of the house or walking on a treadmill, these techniques are both activities that aim to strengthen our bones.
"To strengthen the bones, we need to move a muscle and bone we have an opponent with the force of gravity," says Wayne L. Westcott, Ph.D., fitness research director of the South Shore YMCA in Quincy, MA. Result, the bone will be able to adapt to our weight and the withdrawal of the muscle cell will make the production more and more and make our bones stronger.
We tend to prefer running on asphalt or concrete soil than in clay. Although the good for the bones, but walking on a hard surface will give excessive influence and pressure on our muscles and bones, making it easier to trigger the occurrence of injury to the feet when walking.
However the way and walking surface you choose, try to always wear shoes with good quality sports facilities and the vibration absorber thick sole in the middle. (PreventionIndonesia / Astrid Anastasia)