Group Personal Training for Osteoporosis Prevention

by Dr Vu H. Nguyen, CSCS, NSCA-CPT
Personal Training Quarterly October 2019
Vol 6, Issue 2

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Osteoporosis and low bone mineral density (BMD) are conditions that affect millions of people, and the amount of people afflicted is on the rise. To potentially reverse this trend, personal trainers can provide group sessions of high-intensity progressive resistance training to increase BMD and prevent osteoporosis.

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Vu Nguyen earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Fitness, Graduate Certificate in Public Health, and Master of Education and Doctor ...

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