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LETHA_ Posts: 4,621
10/29/13 8:39 P

Welcome. Sparkpeople is a wonderful resource for meeting your goals!

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KATHANN2 SparkPoints: (1,158)
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10/29/13 7:53 P

Welcome! I agree with the first person that replied. Great advice. Feel free to add my on FB for support there as well.. you can look me up with my email

Good luck!

0309COOKIE Posts: 8,436
10/29/13 12:32 P

Welcome aboard!


MRTEXFLEX2013 SparkPoints: (34)
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10/29/13 12:25 P

hey thanks that is some very good advice

FIT4MEIN2013 SparkPoints: (144,741)
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10/29/13 12:04 P

First of all,. talk to your doctor or physical therapist about exercise. Then, modify any routine that looks interesting to you to fit the limitations of your knee, making sure to you low impact exercise. Resistance bands are great and when I had my knee surgery for the torn meniscus, they had me working with them, starting with the lightest resistance.

Next, check out the Sparkteams (found under ;community' above) for others with knee problems.

MRTEXFLEX2013 SparkPoints: (34)
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10/29/13 11:35 A

hey guys new to this im 6'2 48 yrs old very moderate exercise my question is this one i have resistant bands and i also have a torn right knee meniscus im trying to find or develope a workout routine around my knee any suggestions getting in a pool would help

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