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When you lift a weight, extend an opposition band, bounce (and land) over and over, or pound the asphalt, you make a compressive power that makes liquid stream inside your bone tissue. Cells called osteocytes to identify that stream and trigger an expansion in bone development accordingly by monitoring your exercise through Gym Management Software. "The level of the stream is relative to the strain forced by the activity," says Stiles. The more noteworthy the strain, the more prominent the activity's potential effect on bone rebuilding.

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