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8/1/11 4:46 P

thanks for sharing.

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8/1/11 11:52 A

There are exercises that help to strengthen legs, back, and core, which can help to relieve some kinds of pain.

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_artic
les.asp?id=363


Edited by: SHADOZA at: 8/1/2011 (23:05)




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7/30/11 10:18 P

I have slight arthritis in my hands.

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7/29/11 7:26 P

Upper back along the spine.

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7/14/11 11:37 A

Yes, i've had pain in both knees and now its only in one knee. It gets better as i lose weight and as i exercise. It's hard for me to believe, but my knee is actually better because I walk more.

It's important to have the proper shoes. Make sure you have good support in your shoes.
good luck.

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7/14/11 12:42 A

Yes mine sure went away now I can walk five miles and not even tell I exercised. I am thankful for that as when I started Sparks I was bed ridden.
The body will heal itself with the right nutrition and exercise.

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7/13/11 12:43 P

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7/12/11 2:53 P

none today

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7/12/11 2:44 P

The pain in your knees can be eased by losing weight but it depends on what is the root cause of the pain. You may need to change up what you are doing for exercise, see if that helps. You may need to see a doctor if the pain does not subside with rest.

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7/12/11 8:58 A

Take it easy if you feel any pain that lasts more than one day. There is no hurry. SP is a new, permanent way of life. No need to hurt yourself.

The pain can be your body's way of saying "too much, too soon".

Jeff

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Whatever your past has been, your future is spotless!
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7/12/11 7:53 A

My knees and feet fell so much better having lost 24 lbs. 24 more to go!

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7/12/11 5:57 A

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7/12/11 12:38 A

Anyone else have pains in the knees? Did it get better as you lost weight?


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