Exercise is very important for people with arthritis joint pain and even for people who had a joint replacement. Exercise helps you to strengthen your muscles and can improve your range of motion for mobility. Exercises are great to relief arthritis pain, inflammation and stiffness. It can also help improve your surgical result from joint-replacement surgery. The following are different ways to exercise so that you are pain-free, despite of your arthritis joint pain.
Walking is the most favorite activity of many arthritis patients. Walking is the best for patients with knee arthritis, ankle arthritis, hip arthritis, feet arthritis and even shoulder and hands arthritis because you can move them along while walking. 20 to 30 minutes of walking a day is enough to ease your arthritis joint pain.
There are ways to get you motivated to walk. You can bring your ipod and play your favorite music to enjoy your walking. In fact by enjoying this you forgot that you have an arthritis joint pain. You can take the stairs instead of the elevator. For example, If your office is in the 15th floor stop at 13th and take the stairs of the remaining two floors. These are just examples you can create your own way of enjoying your walk.
Training with weights can help strengthen muscles and also an excellent way to stimulate bone health. Exercising with weights must be done safely with proper instruction; just about anyone can learn a few good strength-training exercises. Even with a 2 pond dumbbells can have you a great workout, with some basic knowledge like bicep curl, triceps extension, wrist curl, dumbbell press and squat. Try to include some head rotation, shoulder rotation, arm rotation and knee rotation. A weight training exercises can relief arthritis pain.
Cycling is one of my favorite exercises, because it is a low-impact way to exercise. The cyclic motion of cycling is very stimulating for the cartilage within the joint. Cycling gives you a good muscular and cardiovascular workout and loosens up stiff joints which is common in people with arthritis joint pain. I suggest you start off with stationary cycling, and move outdoors as you get stronger to enjoy some great places.
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