Raye is a children’s television writer, former dancer, former actress and exercise enthusiast. She also has fairly advanced osteoporosis. Since 2009, she has run a blogging site on osteoporosis called The Bone Architect. This is a popular blogging site for people with osteoporosis who are interested in natural ways to strengthen their bones. Raye uses the site to share information and connect with people, like her, who are dealing with osteoporosis.
I contacted Raye in late April and asked her if she would be interested in reviewing the MelioGuide Exercise for Better Bones program and sharing the results with her readers. She graciously agreed to spend time looking at the program even though she was busy with her work and a yoga and osteoporosis study.
The MelioGuide Osteoporosis Exercise Program
In mid-June, Raye posted her review on her blog. After reading the review, I was pleased with the results. I was impressed that Raye devoted the time to look at the program in detail and comment on each of the major areas.
I encourage you to read the review. Here are a few extracts from what she has to say:
In short, this is a fantastic program.
There’s no substitute for working one on one with a trainer. And they recommend you contact a MelioGuide trained professional near you to work with them. (And they have a directory of certified professionals on their website. You can search and see if there’s someone near you.)
But if you can’t, if all you can afford is the initiation fee, it’s probably the safest, most thorough, web-based exercise program I’ve seen out there. Seriously, I’ve never seen anything like it.
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