Do you have any set of exercises to use with individuals who have osteoporosis (this person also has arthritis and cervical spinal stenosis, and according to her Physical Therapist, should do weight bearing exercises, but keep her spine in neutral position, and not lift anything above her shoulders.
WOW! The fitness goal for such a person is to increase joint strength and stability, and improve functional capacity. Do some cervical stabilization exercises and strengthen the posterior shoulder girdle.MORE IMPORTANTLY, stay away from HIGH IMPACT ACTIVITIES, avoid exercises and/or stretches in the painful portions of ROM. Ask whether or not the joints are swollen or painful .when that person shows for your class. If the answer is yes, she/he doesn’t work out that day. Aquatic exercises would be best the best thing.