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Title says it all.


Of course, I'm only asking because my once-stellar upper-body fitness has gone by the wayside as I've focused almost completely on legs the last three-four months, and I am searching for some consolation that maybe that won't be bad for my ski season.


The clavicle fracture is one of the most common bone fractures (especially skiing), and I believe shoulder presses are golden for increasing bone density in that bone... but I'm not sure how much, and if other things (like vitamin D and K2 supplementation) will go a longer way to increasing the resistance of the bone to fractures?