Press, Push Your Way to Joint Pain Relief

Isometric exercise is easy and effective. Isotonic moves deliver even better results in the least amount of time.

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Two joints commonly affected by arthritis, the knee and the shoulder, can benefit from isometric and isotonic exercises. Isometric, or squeezing, exercises involve tightening a muscle for several seconds, without moving any other body parts, to condition muscle fiber. Isotonic exercise, which promotes muscle contraction, involves pushing against a moveable resistance. Both types of exercise can strengthen the support structure around the knee to protect it.
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