Tai chi is a form of slow, graceful moves that build both coordination and strong bones. You can start with 30 minutes practice a day and slowly build up from there. It’s important to do moves the right way so be careful.
From the slow, precise Iyengar style to the athletic, vigorous moves, yoga can make your bones in the hips, spine and wrists - stronger. The different poses in yoga work different muscle section but they are all really effective
Walking is one of the simplest way you can start taking care of your body. Walking is free, and you can do it anywhere, anytime, even when you're traveling. Every time you have the option- choose walking, instead of driving, using the elevator and others.
Dancing is one of the most enjoyable ways to stay in shape and keep your bones strong. Try salsa, samba, lindy hop, rumba, East coast swing, foxtrot, and tango. Try aerobics, Zumba, Kickboxing. Anything that combines strength training with dance or step moves.