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Despite what people may say about running and jumping and the stress it puts on your joints, a new study has found that young people and healthy adults should pound the ground…at least sometimes. It’s good for increasing bone density. And Easter is coming…so, take some cues from the Easter Bunny…hop around!

 

 

From the New York Times:
Why High Impact Exercise Is Good For Your Bones

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