Try these 2 exercises to help strengthen your skeleton
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For a workout that makes your whole body stronger, try jumping rope. When you jump, the impact can help strengthen the bones in your legs. Start by alternating one minute of jumping that's about as long as this video and 30 seconds of rest working up to 5 minutes. Repeat three or four times a day, breaking up exercises into multiple sessions allows your bones periods of rest that helps program them for strength building. A typical jump rope costs just $15, a small investment for a healthy body. Another bone builder at the gym, dumbbells, lifting weights causes your muscles to pull on your bones which in turn become denser and stronger. Choose weights that are heavy enough so you can do two sets of 8-10 reps. Check back tomorrow for another 60-Second Solutions. Now check this out. Looks stronger knee, right?
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