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.
If you don't love yourself....how can you expect others to.
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" it might take me awhile!!!!
I WILL GET THINNER AND HAVE A HEALTHIER LIFE.
10/2/13 5:12 A
Exercise will help your arthritis. Try to make it part of your routine. Good luck!
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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!
"If any thing is sacred the human body is sacred...Have you seen the fool that corrupted his own live body? or the fool that corrupted her own live body? " -- Whitman
“Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string.” -- Emerson
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." -- Thoreau
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9,689 10/1/13 10:57 P
Have you seen Sparkpeople's limited mobility lifestyle center?
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.
With arthritis, a person is suppose to keep moving. So......I shall.
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