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MISHKIN Posts: 63
3/7/13 10:46 P

good going! I have fibro among other things. My doctor told me exercise is very important for managing this disease. I would suggest you take the time to stretch after your workouts to minimize soreness.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 57,464
3/6/13 2:03 P

Woo hoo for you! Just take things slow and listen to your body. I've worked with a number of people with fibro who say a regular exercise routine helps reduce the chances of flare ups.

Welcome to the site!

Coach Jen

JCWIAKALA Posts: 347
3/6/13 12:23 P

Congrats on your renewed efforts. I have a friend with fibro and she has several strength exercises and stretches recommended by her doctor. She's been doing them for years and they've really helped her. I would recommend discussing your goals with your doctor. And don't beat yourself up when you have a day when you need to take time off from exercise. Listen to your body. I hope it helps you with your pain.

CAYCESMOM Posts: 349
3/6/13 12:18 P

Great job getting started exercising!! emoticon

ANIMALFRIEND1 SparkPoints: (1,652)
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3/6/13 11:12 A

I exercised today. I haven't exercised in several years. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2009. I am quite anxious about how my body will react. I didn't exercise much, about fifteen minutes of strength training and about ten minutes walking. In any case, I'm proud of myself. Oh, I am looking for friends too! emoticon

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