Buff Bones® is a medically-endorsed system of movement for bone and joint health.
It leverages bone-strengthening and balance techniques along with Pilates, functional movement, strength training and therapeutic exercise. Toning your arms, hips, back and abs, the Buff Bones® system also improves posture, is adaptable to varying levels, and is even safe for those with osteoporosis.
Buff Bones® has been featured at Canyon Ranch in Arizona, Rancho La Puerta in Mexico, and at various conferences around the world including the International Osteoporosis Foundation Worldwide Conference in Athens, Greece. Buff Bones® has been most recently selected as a featured program by Hartford Hospital’s Bone and Joint Institute.
The workout uses small 2-3 lb hand weights or water bottles.
Bonus material includes:
- A helpful tutorial of workout tips
- An engaging bone health lesson on how to protect and strengthen your bones
- An inspiring personal story of Rebekah’s own journey with osteoporosis
Rebekah Rotstein is a movement educator and certified Pilates instructor who presents at conferences, resorts and symposia around the world on topics of bone health, anatomy and movement. She and her faculty have trained hundreds of instructors globally in the Buff Bones® system. She has been a partner of the Office on Women’s Health of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and is an ambassador for American Bone Health. Diagnosed with osteoporosis at age 28, Rebekah has since improved her bone density through diet and exercise.
Endorsements for Pilates For Buff Bones:
“This DVD is a must-have for anyone dealing with osteoporosis or looking to prevent it.” Jordan D. Metzl, M.D., sports medicine physician & author of The Athlete’s Book of Home Remedies
“Pilates for Buff Bones is a very effective resource to help maintain alignment and bone health for a lifetime.” Christiane Northrup, M.D., ob/gyn physician & New York Times bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom
“Rebekah has provided us with an excellent resource to continue to improve America’s bone health.” Richard Carmona, M.D., 17th U.S. Surgeon General