Looking for an exercise program that strengthens all your major muscles?

No dashing to the gym, pick your time of day – only takes ten minutes.

The OsteoBall workout is the answer.


This OsteoBall workout is for those who seek a safe, simple and readily available exercise strengthening program while also receiving the benefits associated with increased bone density.


No matter what your previous exercise experience has been, and regardless of physical limitations, it is an exercise program that helps you become physically active.


Listen to your body and feel your muscles strengthen.






How Does the OsteoBall Work?

You can call it STRENGTHENING exercise, or resistive exercise, or isometric exercise – it is a way to increase and maintain bone and muscle strength. – OsteoBall exercise program is site-specific, affecting the muscles AND the bone in all 10 targeted areas.  The OsteoBall is for women & men of ANY age or condition. What does it mean? Each exercise is designed to strengthen a certain major muscle, such as your quads or your ankle muscles.







The OsteoBall was developed by renowned osteoporosis medical expert and professor, Dr. Robert L. Swezey, MD, The OsteoBall is clinically proven to help build bone and muscles.  It gives a full-body workout, no weights needed, using isometric exercises. Dr. Swezey created the OsteoBall so his clients would have a clinically tested tool capable of improving flexibility, muscle & bone strength, and physical fitness.


Build Bones Naturally

Exercise as a part of osteoporosis management is not often given the credit it is due. For many years, the recommended exercise was only walking. Today we know how important resistive exercise is in osteoporosis management and overall fitness. The OsteoBall’s site specific isometric exercises strengthen both muscle and bone.

Weight Bearing Exercise

Weight bearing exercises include activities that make you move against gravity while staying upright. These exercises have shown to enhance femoral bone mineral density, but not vertebral density. For those patients, a resistive exercise program that is also back protective is a safer and more effective option. This has been documented in a variety of animal studies as well as controlled human studies. Subjects with osteoporosis show a large response in bone mineralization from this exercise.

Resistive Exercise

Resistive exercise can be accomplished by many methods, from weight lifting to exercise machines to elastic stretch bands. However, some programs are not back and joint protective or realistic for the majority of people with osteoporosis. An easy effective way to strengthen the muscles and bones would be to use the doctor-designed, clinically tested OsteoBall program.