Prolactin induced bone loss - jumping for bone density


that’s just weird

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I have had high prolactin levels since like 2007 or 2008. Possibly earlier.

So, I should jump rope for like 10-20 minutes a day and my bone density will return to normal? good to know, thank you! I guesstimated the time it just says jumping 60 times, with 30 sec on rest between jumping, but hey 10-20 minutes of jump rope should mimic that decent, right?

Maybe. But with a rope you’ll mostly be up on your toes where as I think the study used flat footed impact.

Here’s a 5 second video that demonstrates the technique.

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what did i tell ya :joy: