The ability to move with ease is a great gift, but often it isn’t appreciated until it’s lost.
One in two women and one in four men over age 50 will have an osteoporosis-related fracture in her/his remaining lifetime.
Bad knees can be a challenge for walking, but it is a recommended way to maintain your function and reduce your symptoms.
Walking is super convenient, doesn’t wear down joints yet still burns calories & revs up your metabolism. There’s really no downside to walking more.
A strong core improves and corrects your posture, reduces the risk of back injury and back pain, and makes everyday tasks easy.
The best thing you can do is to strengthen the muscles that support your knee and keep them flexible. Start slowly, and build up over time.
The shoulder joint is tasked with giving you both the mobility to move your arm 360 degrees, as well as the stability that allows all the bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments that make up the shoulder to work together.
Strengthening the muscles that support your knee will reduce stress on your knee joint.
How’s your ankle? Not so good? Try these ankle strengthening exercises!
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