We want to be safe when exercising. That’s very, very important. Nobody wants a fracture. But because of that, we’ve taken it too far. And we need an opportunity to improve our bone density through a safe strength training program.
Onero™ is a program that offers exactly this.
In this episode, I interviewed Dr. Claudia Tamas, a physical therapist and director of women’s health at Natural Medicine and Rehabilitation in New Jersey.
Dr. Tamas has implemented the Onero™ program at her clinic – a strength training method developed in Australia based on over a decade of research showing its benefits for bone health.
I was fascinated to learn how Claudia safely trains her patients using this high-intensity progressive resistance approach. She sees fantastic results like increased bone density scores and stories of improved strength from her participants.
We also heard from Pat, a physical therapist who graduated from the Onero™ program. She shared how she gained new strength levels even with her fitness background. I can’t wait to start the program myself in January!
I hope you find this conversation as informative and inspiring as I did. See you at the next episode!
“Loading is probably the most important, and the main factor, when we’re looking at the reality of our bone health.” – Dr. Claudia Tamas
In this episode:
[01:58] – Dr. Claudia Tamas’ backstory
[10:27] – How to do the Onero™ Program safely
[12:58] – Results offered by the Onero™ Program
[16:30] – What is sarcopenia, and how can it be prevented?
[18:29] – The specifics of an Onero™ class
[20:34] – A huge component of osteoporosis
[26:57] – Can you grow the thickness of your hip bone?
[29:04] – Clinics offering Onero™
[41:28] – Benefits of the Onero™ Program
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