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Arthritis (Knees)

Oct 06, 2020

 

How do Grow Young Fitness exercises help with knee arthritis?

 
Arthritis affects millions of people around the world each and every year. Two of the most common types are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Both of these types of arthritis often lead to knee pain.
 
Exercising a knee that is suffering with arthritic pain might seem like it could make it worse. However, regular exercise can actually lessen and even relieve the pain, stiffness, and swelling.
 
That is why Grow Young Fitness workouts work so well!
 
Whether you are in pain or not, YOU HAVE TO EXERCISE!
 
Why should you do Grow Young Fitness workouts with knee arthritis?
 
1- Grow Young will help you to maintain the joint’s full range of motion.
2- Grow Young will help you to strengthen the muscles that support the joint.
3- Grow Young will build strong muscles and help the joint absorb shock.
 
Exercise doesn’t have to be hard or intense to be beneficial. The Gentle, low-impact Grow Young Fitness exercises are best for knee arthritis. They minimize stress on the joint as they increase its flexibility and strength.
 
You should exercise at home!
 
The best knee exercises are the ones you can do right from home such as the Foundation or Knee Therapy workouts inside of the Founders’ Program. They’re easy and effective. Make sure to exercise regularly to actually get results.
 
What if it hurts to exercise?
 
Mild discomfort or soreness during and after exercise is normal. However, if you experience severe pain, swelling, or stiffness, stop exercising and see your doctor.
 
Let’s get started today!
 
Exercise is great for you, even if suffering from arthritis. Make sure to exercise at least 30 minutes a day, five days per week. If you need to start slow, try breaking it down into three 10-minute sessions each day. You will see those results, experience better mobility, and feel less pain within four to six weeks!
 
Just go to www.growyoungfitness.com and workout today!
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