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Workouts To Help Relieve Your Arthritis Joint Pain

On my last blog post, I wrote about the free tele-seminar hosted by two fitness professionals, Mike T. Nelson and Chris Guerriero, andtheir focus on being pain free when exercising. Well today, I’d like to share an article from the site LifeScript about exercising with a painful condition. More specifically, exercising while having arthritis joint pain. And the neat thing is that the five exercises discussed in the article have healing properties for arthritic pain:
arthritis joint pain

  • Walking

  • Water Exercises

  • Indoor Cycling

  • Yoga

  • Tai Chi

Here’s the article …

5 Exercises for Arthritis Joint Pain Relief: Tips and Tricks to Manage Pain in Achy Joints

There’s no cure for arthritis, but sufferers have a powerful, cheap way to manage their achy joints – exercise. But where do you start if you’re a beginner? We have the 5 best exercises for people seeking joint pain relief, plus easy tips to get you started. And the best part? These workouts are fun and stress-relieving, will ease symptoms and help you lose weight…

When your arthritis makes it hurt to just get out of your chair, it’s no surprise you’re tempted to stay put. But arthritis exercis[e]s are exactly what you need.

Physical activity actually is the best medicine for arthritis pain relief, doctors say.

Believe it or not, “exercise can decrease pain, particularly for people with osteoarthritis, the most common type of arthritis,” says Patience White, M.D., chief public health officer of the Arthritis Foundation and professor of medicine and pediatrics at the George Washington University School of Medicine.

To continue reading the article, click on the link below:
5 Exercises for Arthritis Joint Pain Relief

 

 
To have pain due to a condition yet the need to exercise to bring down the pain, brings up a lot of issues for the individual. I hope today’s post gave you some great ideas on working around your pain to get in some valuable exercise. However, one’s diet as well as mindset are also important factors to consider when designing a fitness plan to counter and relieve the pain caused by arthritis.
 
 

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