Do you have access to a pool? I know that exercising in a pool is less work on your joints. I don't have osteoarthritis, thank God, but I am pretty sure that water aerobics and swimming is safe. Check with your doctor just to be sure though! I'm not a doctor or a nurse.
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Is there anyone else here that is dealing with Osteoarthritis while trying to keep the weight off. It sure makes it difficult to work out when every joint is in pain , or at least is cause pain . What kind of work out is safe for the joints.
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