Women are prone to weak bones and osteoporosis than men, and may suffer with limited mobility. However, according to British Researchers, who observed women who performed 60-120 seconds of high intensity workout, such as bursts, and weight-bearing exercise, such as running had 4% better bone health than those who did not any exercise of exercised less than that.Strong bones are essential for healthy living, better mobility and high well-being, and women with stronger bone health also have lesser risk of developing osteoporosis and fractures in later age.
However, researchers are conducting further research on finding the link between high intensity bursts and bone mass. We can’t be sure whether better bone health is linked to high intensity exercise, or whether women with better bone health perform more exercise.But, most of these studies clearly define a strong bond between high-intensity, weight-bearing exercise and better bone health in women. As 4% better health seems like a small gain, but so is a minute of exercise. As women who perform exercise for more than 2% had better bone-strength boost.
Moreover, short snippets of high-intensity activities are more beneficial for better bone health than longer.