Conditions like arthritis can make it easy to just sit at home and avoid all physical activities. You may feel some stiffness, fatigue, and swelling in your joints that want to continuously lounge around.
It may be hard for some to believe, but exercising regularly can actually ease joint pain. If you have arthritis and you reduce your exercise, it can result in weaker muscle strength, which will ultimately make the pain worse.
Working out for at least 30 minutes up to five times a week can do wonders for a sore, stiff body. This doesn’t mean you should do just any old workout. Monitor the time and the intensity of the workout to better manage your arthritis. Here are some of the best workouts to strengthen and take care of your joints.
Go for a Walk
One of the best things about walking is the fact that you can essentially do it anywhere. You don’t need a trainer or a class and it can also be easy on your joints. Consistent walking can help bring you down to a healthy weight, which results in less stress on your joints.
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