Australian Female Weightlifter Kiana Elliott’s Free Bone-Strengthening Exercises

Robyn Foyster Robyn Foyster has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team


Mar 31, 2020

Female weightlifter Kiana Elliott has partnered with the Bone Health Foundation to launch a series of bone strengthen Isolation Exercises. Here, she tells The Carousel why it’s so important to keep up your exercise and build muscle strength.

Kiana Elliott: DYI home exercise is becoming a daunting reality. But what if you could get all the bone-strengthening exercise you need in just 14 minutes?  For most people it’s hard to know where to start! There are so many exercise programs online and everyone is an expert. While we like to think we know it all, doing repetitions incorrectly can have serious impacts on our health and bones, leaving us out of the exercise game for longer.

Kiana Elliott
Australian Female Weightlifter Kiana Elliott

 Since I first started weightlifting at 15, I have explored the adaptability of my body. This year I hope to represent Australia in the women’s 64kg pool at the 2020 Olympics in July. I have also been working with The Bone Health Foundation, based in my hometown of Adelaide. Through working with the team, I have learnt about the power of healthy bones in preventing musculoskeletal issues later in life. Regular load bearing exercise coupled with calcium from our diets and Vitamin D, give our bodies all the tools needed to build and maintain healthy bones.

Australian Female Weightlifter Kiana Elliott
Australian Female Weightlifter Kiana Elliott shows us how to do push-ups

As we retreat indoors, maintaining this balance will be hard. While you mightn’t be aiming to join me at the Olympics, keep on top of your health with regular, strength bearing exercises. Think the things that you already know how to do like squats, push-ups and side planks. These are free and don’t require any equipment, confusing online program, or credit cards!


By Robyn Foyster Robyn Foyster has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team


Robyn Foyster is the owner and publisher of the lifestyle websites, and She is the only person to edit and publish Australia's three biggest flagship magazines - The Australian Women's Weekly, Woman's Day and New Idea. Robyn was Group Publisher of Bauer Media's most successful and prestigious magazines including Woman's Day, Good Health, Grazia and ran Hearst in Australia including Harper’s BAZAAR, Cosmopolitan and madison. Voted one of B&T's 30 Most Powerful Women In Media at the Women in Media Awards Robyn was a keynote speaker at Pause 2021, Cebit & J&J Women In Leadership. Robyn was also the winner of the prestigious Magazine Publisher Association’s Editor of the Year award.



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