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MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
11/15/12 1:08 A

Depending on where your arthritis is and how bad, yoga, walking, light weights, stationary biking, bellydance (it's low impact, improves flexibility a and isolation, as well as strengthening and toning muscle).

Edited by: MEG-NATALIA07 at: 11/15/2012 (01:09)
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TACDGB Posts: 6,136
11/14/12 8:33 P

I think it depends on what kind you have and how bad it is. I have arthritis in my left knee and my hips. I am still able to run 5 days a week and to lift weights 4 days a week.

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11/14/12 5:41 P

Lillean,

You may want to check out SparkPeople's Limited Mobility Center for some suggestions and ideas.

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/lifestyle_cen
ter_detail.asp?id=19


I hope this helps!

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LILLEAN Posts: 884
11/14/12 5:04 P

Any workout ideas for someone with arthritis?

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