Weight baring exercises and a balanced diet are recommended for preventing osteoporosis (a disease that causes bone to become thin, fragile, and fracture easily).
A report from the American Council On Exercise states that performing the seated row, side lunge, and the squat exercises in addition to your exercise regimen are best for building stronger bones.
Keeping bones strong should begin at an early age. Osteoporosis begins early in life. Moreover, both men and women can develop osteoporosis. Check with your doctor to make certain that you are getting enough nutrients such calcium and vitamin D.
Finally, if you have not performed the seated row, side lunge, or the squat, check with a professional fitness trainer or website to learn how.