Features March 2010 Issue

Range of Motion: 5 Ways to Ease Stiff Joints

Try these arthritis-tailored fitness exercises to increase flexibility and relieve joint discomfort.

Range of motion refers to the normal amount your joints can move. Daily activities, such as housework or climbing stairs, won’t move your joints through their full range of motion. You’ll need exercises like the following to reduce stiffness and maintain joint flexibility.

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