|（School of Physical Education and Health，East China Normal University，Shanghai 200241，China）
Abstract: Osteoporosis is seriously affecting nearly 50% of elderly women, mainly embodied in the deterioration of life quality and bodily functions. It is indicated in researches that exercise training is very important to bone health. However, there are very few researches on the effects of exercising on the life quality of patients with a low bone mass, and there are disputes about the result of the effects of exercising on life quality. By means of literature re-trieval and the PEDro Scale method, the authors screened out 4 literatures, analyzed all the random control experi-ments therein, compared the effects of exercising on the life quality of women suffering osteoporosis or osteopenia after menopause, and revealed the following findings: the exercising group could more effectively improve bodily functions, pains, as well as physiological functions and vitality; combined exercises and group exercises had a better result in the improvement of bodily functions, pains and vitality, but the result varied with exercising duration.
Key words: sports physiology；osteoporosis；exercise；lift quality；women；meta-analysis