Good Moves September 2004 Issue

Sticking with It

Are you an exercise drop-out? Determine your ‘envelope of functionality’—then stay within it.

Beyond a doubt, routine physical exercise is good for everyone, including the millions of American men and women diagnosed with one form of arthritis or another. Indeed, studies have shown that people with swollen, inflamed, and chronically painful joints are likely to reap special benefit from well-wrought exercise plans designed to improve muscle strength, flexibility, and endurance. …

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