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VKKESU Posts: 1,000
10/2/13 2:27 P

Not sure if you're close to a gym or not, but a swimming pool is also easier on the knees if they bother you.

FREEDOMATLAST2 Posts: 202
10/2/13 2:15 P

No I haven't been to the limited mobility ctr. Thanks for the info.
I haven't gotten use to the website yet. I'm just starting back into it and with me being "technologically challenged" emoticon it might take me awhile!!!!

DASHKATH Posts: 861
10/2/13 5:12 A

Exercise will help your arthritis. Try to make it part of your routine. Good luck!

ALBERTJON SparkPoints: (3,133)
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Posts: 1,299
10/2/13 12:03 A

FREEDOMATLAST2: Follow your belief: "I will succeed!" And you will. It won't be easy, but whatever it takes, you will do it. Best of luck!

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (59,648)
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10/1/13 10:57 P

Have you seen Sparkpeople's limited mobility lifestyle center?

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


FREEDOMATLAST2 Posts: 202
10/1/13 7:53 P

emoticon I am disabled where I have trouble with my legs. On "good days" I probably could go and walk on my treadmill. In fact, I should start that tomorrow, because awhile back I was doing it five times a week for 30 minutes while I listened to one of my favorite preachers podcast.
I have bad knees now with bursitis and arthritis. But, dog-gone-it, I'm gonna get back on that treadmill. emoticon

With arthritis, a person is suppose to keep moving. So......I shall.



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