osteostrong family

May 15

OsteoStrong was recently featured in the Sponsor Spotlight section of Rolling Hills Living magazine. Read the details of our interview with the Palos Verdes California lifestyle publication in the health and wellness section.

December 27

Edy Seaver, a 61-year-old artist from Venice who swims and kayaks for fitness, had osteoporosis. Yes, had — as in past tense. After four months of once-a-week 10-minute workouts at OsteoStrong, a wellness studio in Mar Vista that features proprietary resistance machines, a DEXA scan showed that her bone density improved by more than 7%. That moved her up out of the osteoporosis category into osteopenia, a less severe degree of bone thinning. “This is a radical improvement in a tiny period of time — after years of getting worse and worse,” she says. “And on top of that, I feel so much stronger that I can swim 20 laps instead of my old 12.”

October 3

The founder of OsteoStrong, Dr. John Jaquish joined us live to tell us all about OsteoStrong and their new location in LA. OsteoStrong is not a gym, diet, supplement, pharmaceutical, or a medical treatment…

September 13

Susan Coulbourne has a bone-loss condition called osteopenia – but she’s not interested in taking medications for it. Instead, she’s trying a new concept called bio-hacking at OsteoStrong L.A…

August 27

Not exactly a workout per se, Osteostrong is a “biohack,” which is the hip term for a self-directed body-based regimen that seeks to make you healthier. This set of four machines (developed by a bioengineer to help his mom’s osteoporosis) aims to make not your muscles but your bones grow stronger by quick, intense strain…

July 21

The ultimate biohack has arrived to town. I would love to explain the science behind OsteoStrong as simply as possible. but I’ll probably bungle the paraphrasing…