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Nov. 7, 2018
A fast-growing franchise that works to build a stronger skeletal system is coming to Sioux Falls.
Beresford chiropractor Becky Bear, her husband, Ryan, and his mother, Laura Archambeau, are opening an OsteoStrong center. It will be in the former Wine & Canvas space in the Village on Louise retail center at 57th Street and Louise Avenue.
OsteoStrong’s program uses “simple high-impact machines that work on your upper and lower body,” said Archambeau, who is in New Mexico this week with her daughter-in-law for training on the equipment. “It builds bone density, strength and balance.”
According to OsteoStrong, the equipment provides enough force to trigger bone growth.
Anyone who has osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes or joint or back pain will benefit from the program, Archambeau said. “It’s also good for athletes who want to increase bone density after age 30.”
The exercise routine, which is guided by a coach, takes 10 minutes and is done once a week. It’s a sweat-free, painless workout that doesn’t lead to soreness the next day, according to OsteoStrong.
“You can come in your everyday clothes,” Archambeau said.
Monthly memberships will be available.
OsteoStrong will have grand opening Jan. 17-19. Anyone who is interested in being part of the soft opening in December can call 605-988-8596.
The family’s goal is to keep expanding locations. “Every six months we plan to open another one,” Archambeau said.
A quickly growing franchise that works to build a stronger skeletal system is coming to Sioux Falls.