Efficiency of Jumping Exercise in Improving Bone Mineral Density Among Premenopausal Women: A Meta-Analysis

Published on Oct 1, 2014in Sports Medicine 7.07
· DOI :10.1007/s40279-014-0220-8
Renqing Zhao3
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(Zhejiang Normal University),
Meihua Zhao3
Estimated H-index: 3
(Zhejiang Normal University),
Liuji Zhang1
Estimated H-index: 1
(Zhejiang Normal University)
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Background Jumping exercise is frequently regarded as an optimum strategy for increasing pubertal bone growth, but its role in promoting or preserving adult bone mineral density (BMD) is still undefined.
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L.E. Lanyon1
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(Royal Veterinary College)
Abstract The skeleton consists of a series of elements with a variety of functions. In locations where shape or protection are of prime importance the bone's architecture is achieved during growth under direct genetic control. In locations where resistance to repetitive loading is important only the general form of the bone will be achieved as a result of growth alone, the remaining characteristics result from functional adaptation. This mechanism ensures that bone architecture is modelled and r...
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Published on Jul 1, 2002in Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism 2.47
Toshihiro Sugiyama2
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(Nagasaki University),
Shinya Kawai31
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(Yamaguchi University)
We have suggested that: (i) osteocalcin carboxylation is related to bone material properties (bone quality), and (ii) impairment of bone material properties could be compensated by bone mass increase. The aim of the present prospective study was to investigate whether the effects of skeletal loading on bone mass were associated with the compensation mechanism between bone mass and bone material properties. The subjects were 56 healthy female volunteers aged around 50 years. They were classified ...
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Published on Nov 1, 2004in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 4.29
Wendy M. Kohrt56
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Susan A. Bloomfield27
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Published on Jan 1, 2003in Journal of Biomechanics 2.43
Seth W. Donahue22
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(Michigan Technological University),
Henry J. Donahue52
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(Pennsylvania State University),
Christopher R. Jacobs50
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(Stanford University)
Abstract Partitioning a daily mechanical stimulus into discrete loading bouts enhances bone formation in rat tibiae (J. Bone Mineral Res. 15(8) (2000) 1596). We hypothesized that a refractory period exists in primary rat osteoblastic cells, during which fluid-flow-induced [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations are insensitive to additional short bouts (2 min) of fluid flow. Because the frequency of [Ca 2+ ] i oscillations is believed to be important for regulating cellular activity and long-term fluid flow alt...
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Steve Cummings150
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(University of California, San Francisco),
Warren S. Browner88
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(University of California, San Francisco)
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(Kaiser Permanente)
Abstract Women with low bone density in the radius or calcaneus are at increased risk of hip fracture. To see whether bone density of the hip measured by dual X-ray absorptiometry is a better predictor of hip fracture than measurements of other bones, we assessed bone density at several sites in 8134 women aged 65 years or more. 65 women had hip fractures during a mean follow-up of 1·8 years. Each SD decrease in femoral neck bone density increased the age-adjusted risk of hip fracture 2·6 times ...
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Published on Feb 1, 1996in Controlled Clinical Trials
Alejandro R. Jadad18
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(University of Oxford),
R Andrew Moore64
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(University of Oxford)
+ 4 AuthorsDavid J. Gavaghan40
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(University of Oxford)
Abstract It has been suggested that the quality of clinical trials should be assessed by blinded raters to limit the risk of introducing bias into meta-analyses and systematic reviews, and into the peer-review process. There is very little evidence in the literature to substantiate this. This study describes the development of an instrument to assess the quality of reports of randomized clinical trials (RCTs) in pain research and its use to determine the effect of rater blinding on the assessmen...
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Published on Apr 1, 2010in Bone 4.46
Christine A. Bailey6
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(Loughborough University),
Katherine S.F. Brooke-Wavell18
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(Loughborough University)
Abstract Introduction Exercise can increase bone strength, but to be effective in reducing fracture risk, exercise must be feasible enough to be adopted into daily life and influence potentially vulnerable skeletal sites such as the superolateral cortex of the femoral neck, where thinning is associated with increased fracture risk. Brief, high-impact exercise increases femoral neck bone density but the optimal frequency of such exercise and the location of bone accrual is unknown. This study thu...
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Published on Aug 18, 2009in Annals of Internal Medicine 19.38
David Moher122
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(Ottawa Hospital Research Institute),
Alessandro Liberati44
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(University of Birmingham)
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(University of Oxford)
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Alexander G. Robling37
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(Indiana University),
David B. Burr86
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(Indiana University),
Charles H. Turner86
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(Indiana University)
A single 3-minute bout of mechanical loading increases bone formation in the rat tibia. We hypothesized that more frequent, shorter loading bouts would elicit a greater osteogenic response than a single 3-minute bout. The right tibias of 36 adult female Sprague-Dawley rats were subjected to 360 bending cycles per day of a 54N force delivered in 1, 2, 4, or 6 bouts on each of the 3 loading days. Rats in the 6-bouts/day group received 60 bending cycles per bout (60 × 6); rats in the 4-bouts/day gr...
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Published on Dec 1, 2015in European Journal of Applied Physiology 2.40
Magni Mohr10
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(University of the Faroe Islands),
Eva Wulff Helge12
Estimated H-index: 12
(University of Copenhagen)
+ 5 AuthorsPeter Krustrup57
Estimated H-index: 57
(University of Exeter)
Purpose The present study examined the effects of 15 weeks of soccer training and two different swimming training protocols on bone turnover in sedentary middle-aged women.
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Published on Jan 23, 2015in PLOS ONE 2.77
Renqing Zhao3
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(Zhejiang Normal University),
Zhengang Xu3
Estimated H-index: 3
(Zhejiang Normal University),
Meihua Zhao3
Estimated H-index: 3
(Zhejiang Normal University)
Background and Objectives It remains unknown whether the combination of antiresorptive agents and exercise would generate additive effects on bone mineral density (BMD) in postmenopausal women, though their separate roles in preventing bone loss have been well established. This meta-analysis aimed to evaluate the combined impact of antiresorptive treatment and exercise on the lumbar spine and femoral neck BMD in postmenopausal women compared with an exercise-only intervention. Methods A systemat...
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Published on Mar 1, 2016in Osteoporosis International 3.86
Bethany Simmonds5
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(University of Bristol),
Kimberly Hannam5
Estimated H-index: 5
(University of Bristol)
+ 1 AuthorsJonathan H Tobias37
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(University of Bristol)
Summary This qualitative study explored the acceptability of high-impact physical activity for increasing bone strength in later life. Thematic analysis established the barriers and facilitators to this physical activity. They prioritised joint over skeletal health, of which they had little concept. Interventions need to clearly communicate the rationale and benefits.
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Published on May 7, 2015in Nutrients 4.20
Metabolic bone disease is a frequent co-morbidity in newly diagnosed adults with celiac disease (CD), an autoimmune disorder triggered by the ingestion of dietary gluten. This systematic review of studies looked at the efficacy of the gluten-free diet, physical activity, nutrient supplementation, and bisphosphonates for low bone density treatment. Case control and cohort designs were identified from PubMed and other academic databases (from 1996 to 2015) that observed newly diagnosed adults with...
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Published on Mar 1, 2015in British Journal of Sports Medicine 7.87
Philip Glasgow13
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(Ulster University),
Nicola Phillips9
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(Cardiff University),
Chris M Bleakley27
Estimated H-index: 27
(Ulster University)
The acronym PRICE (protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation) has traditionally been the cornerstone for treating acute soft tissue injury. Recently, its relevance in some cases has been questioned;1 of particular concern is that protection and rest may correspond with an excessively conservative approach that fails to harness the benefits of progressive tissue loading through exercise. Optimal loading may be defined as the load applied to structures that maximises physiological adaptatio...
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Published on Aug 1, 2016in Sports Medicine 7.07
Jincheng Xu3
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Giovanni Lombardi19
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+ 1 AuthorsGiuseppe Banfi31
Estimated H-index: 31
Background Osteoporosis and postmenopausal bone loss pose a huge social and economic burden worldwide. Regular exercise and physical activity are effective interventions for maximizing or maintaining peak bone mass and preventing bone loss in the elderly; however, most recommendations are addressed to the general public and lack specific indications for girls and women, the segment of the population most at risk for developing osteoporosis.
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Published on Jun 23, 2016
Diane Villanyi , Maria Fiatarone Singh1
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+ 6 AuthorsWilliam Reichel8
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Published on Apr 1, 2017in Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 3.09
Renqing Zhao1
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,
Mengyi Zhang1
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,
Qi Zhang1
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Study Design Systematic review and meta-analysis. Background It remains unclear whether exercise combining different types of physical activities (combined exercise interventions) would effectively preserve postmenopausal women's bone mineral density (BMD) at different sites. Objective To examine the impact of combined exercise interventions on lumbar spine, femoral neck, total hip, and total body BMD in postmenopausal women. Methods An electronic database search was conducted in PubMed, EMBASE,...
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Published on Jun 1, 2017in Strength and Conditioning Journal 0.65
Scott W. Cheatham6
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William J. Hanney10
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+ 1 AuthorsPaul A. Salamh6
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