Our body is supported by 206 bones1 more than 230 joints2 and 600 muscles3
to give us the strength and agility to stay active everyday.

Strong bones, joints and muscles are some of the keys to active lifestyle.

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#The age calculated for Anlene Move Check Quiz of an individual, in contrast to the real age of an individual, is a subjective representation of how old an individual acts or feels. Therefore, the described here is not a scientifically defined term. It is not indicative or representative of the participant’s physical ability or well-being or can be relied upon as a representation of such. Anlene has developed the "Anlene Move Check Quiz" to create awareness about the importance of movement throughout life, so an individual can continue to live young and stay healthy.

The Anlene Move Check Quiz is not intended to be a medical diagnostic tool. Please speak to your healthcare professional for further medical advice

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  • 2Jerry L.Harbour. 2015. Lean Human Performance Improvement. CRC Press.
  • 3Lenk et al. 2010. Skeletal muscle wasting in cachexia and sarcopenia: molecular patthophysiology and impact of exercise training. J Cachexia Sarcopenia Muscle. 1:9-21
  • 4Buchanan JR et al. 1988. Early Vertebral Trabecular Bone Loss in Normal Premenopausal Women. J Bone & Mineral Research. 3(5): 583-587
  • 5Vigelsø A. et al. 2015. Six weeks retraining after two weeks' immobilisation restores leg lean mass and aerobic capacity but does not fully rehabilitate leg strength in young and older men. J Rehabil Med; 47: 552-560
  • 6Buckwalter et al. 2005 Articular cartilage & osteoarthritis. Instr Course Lect. 54: 465 - 480
  • 7Loeser RF. 2009. Aging and osteoarthritis: the role of chondrocyte senescence and aging changes in the cartilage matrix. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage; 17, 971e979