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Simple exercises having arthritis  


Arthritis can hinder your lifestyle if you don't know how to exercise your body the right way. The right movements will help you to increase your range of motion and help your body feel better each day that you do it. These activities are all simple and can be done by anyone. Use them to create a routine and start a new lifestyle that can help you live a happier, healthier lifestyle.


Exercise risks to consider


 There are risks to any movements that can change your life if you're not doing the right thing. It can cause stiffness, pain, and inflammation. These can all damage your joints and create severe long term damage if you don't know what you're doing. It's important to have the right form and start slow so you can reap the benefits of exercising with arthritis. Here are some activities or types of exercise you might want to avoid:

  •  Prolonged standing
  • Strenuous exercise
  • Remaining in one position
  • Overuse of hands


How exercise helps


Exercising can help people with a lack of motion in many different ways. It can increase strength in the body to help you push past any stiffness you might have. It'll also increase flexibility and range of motion within the body. This will make your body easier to move and perform better.

You can improve your health and fitness without hurting your joints. Some of the positive outcomes you will see are: 

  • Strength your muscles around your joints
  • Maintain bone strength
  • More energy to get through the day
  • Easier to get a good night's sleep
  • Control your weight
  • Enhance your quality of life
  • Improve your balance




 Stretching is the easiest way to loosen up your body. Use it as a warm-up to get loose before you do any fitness. It'll help your body acclimate to doing extra movement and signal to it that this is the time for the blood to start flowing. Stretching is a great first step into the world of fitness.




 Walking is considered the best fitness for human beings in general. It's not harsh on your body and creates a lot of circulation for your blood. There's no need to walk far distances. Start small and work your way up at your own pace.


Tai chi


 Tai chi is calming for your body and relaxing your muscles. It's a great way to get your blood flowing and calm your body at the same time. It is also recognized that Tai Chi has a powerful effect of mind over body by enhancing positive thoughts. 


Weight Lifting


 If you're starting to get comfortable with exercising and moving, the next step is trying to get your body moving with weights. These weights do not need to be heavy to get the desired effect. All you should be focused on is gaining strength by doing repetitions. It's just important to remember not to lift heavy and to start small and slowly until you woke your way up.




 Zumba has become very popular lately because it improves your health and is fun to do. It's a great activity to add to your fitness routine and will benefit your health and your mindset as well. If you're looking to develop a healthier mind and a healthier body then Zumba is the workout for you. Find an online video to get started or join a Zumba class to see if you like it.

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