5 Ways to Boost Joint Strength While Sitting in a Chair

When limited mobility prevents you from getting the exercise you need, chair exercise can deliver real benefits.

Theres a good reason why chair exercise has caught on with arthritis sufferers as a way of regaining fitness. The moves are easy to do, you neednt join a gym or buy heavy or expensive equipment, and you can fit the exercises easily into your daily routine. When you have pain or havent exercised in a long time, chair exercise can be a great beginning step in becoming more active, says Gary Calabrese, PT, director of Sports Rehabilitation at Cleveland Clinic.
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