Bare Bones Physiology

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Your body is comprised of around 206 bones. Unless you broke one of them at some point in your life, you probably don’t give much thought to any of them.

But bone physiology is important for any trainer or hard-training athlete to understand, so I’m going to cover the basics of what you need to know.

First off, bone isn’t a passive tissue that just maintains your uprightness and holds your soft tissues in place. Nope, bone is a living, adaptable tissue that’s classified as an organ. It can grow, repair and remodel, much like muscle tissue. Continue reading