2-Minute Exercise Videos

1st Range of Motion Routine

This two-minute exercise video routine is designed to help people with arthritis stretch the neck and improve range of motion. View Video >>

2nd Range of Motion Routine

This two-minute exercise video, designed for people with arthritis, details shoulder movements that can help ease tension in the shoulders. View Video >>

3rd Range of Motion Routine

This two-minute exercise video, designed for people with arthritis, shows how to do stretches that improve strength and movement in the arms and elbows. View Video >>

4th Range of Motion Routine

This two-minute exercise video, designed for people with arthritis, shows how to stretch your fingers to ease joint pain and stiffness in the hands. View Video >>

5th Range of Motion Routine

This two-minute exercise video, designed for people with arthritis, explains how to stretch the hips, knees, and legs to ease joint pain and joint stiffness. View Video >>

6th Range of Motion Routine

This two-minute exercise video, designed for people with arthritis, shows a range of motion exercise routine that improves flexibility in your legs. View Video >>

7th Range of Motion Routine

This two-minute exercise video shows how people with arthritis can stretch the toes and ankles to improve circulation in the lower legs. View Video >>

1st Posture Routine

This two-minute exercise video shows people with arthritis how to do standing stretches that help improve core muscles and posture. View Video >>

2nd Posture Routine

This two-minute exercise video shows people with arthritis how to stretch their shoulders and middle body to improve posture. View Video >>

1st Floor Exercise Routine

This two-minute floor exercise video is designed to help people with arthritis improve their core muscles and posture. View Video >>

2nd Floor Exercise Routine

This two-minute floor exercise video routine is designed to help people with arthritis strengthen their side abdominal muscles. View Video >>

3rd Floor Exercise Routine

This two-minute floor exercise video routine is designed to help people with arthritis strengthen the various leg muscles needed for balance and walking. View Video >>

4th Floor Exercise Routine

This two-minute floor exercise video routine is designed to help people with arthritis strengthen the back muscles used for standing and sitting. View Video >>

1st Stretching Routine

This two-minute exercise routine shows people with arthritis how to stretch and strengthen their wrists and rotator cuffs using a resistance-band. View Video >>

2nd Stretching Routine

This two-minute exercise video routine is designed to help people with arthritis strengthen the biceps and triceps using a resistance band. View Video >>

3rd Stretching Routine

This two-minute exercise routine is designed to help people with arthritis strengthen your muscles using a resistance-band. View Video >>

1st Endurance Routine

This two-minute exercise routine is designed to show people with arthritis how to safely perform side steps and toe taps to get the heart rate up and build stamina. View Video >>

2nd Endurance Routine

This two-minute exercise video routine is designed to show people with arthritis how to march, step, and clap to get the heart rate up and improve endurance. View Video >>

3rd Endurance Routine

This two-minute exercise video routine is designed to show people with arthritis how to march in place and box in place to get the heart pumping and to improve stamina. View Video >>

Pain Relief Relaxation

This two-minute exercise video routine is designed to show people with arthritis how to cool down and relax after performing aerobic exercise. View Video >>

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Where Does It Hurt?

Back & Neck

The spine runs from the back of the neck to the lower back and can be painful and stiff from problems such as arthritis and muscle stress.

Shoulders

These ball-and-socket joints move in almost all directions. Shoulders are prone to arthritis injury and fracture.

Elbows

Elbows can be affected by arthritis and repetitive use that can mean ongoing pain and stiffness.

Hips

These ball-and-socket joints move in almost all directions. Arthritis and osteoporosis can mean pain, stiffness or fracture.

Wrists, Hands & Fingers

Wrist, hand and finger joints are among the most important joints for performing daily activities.

Knees

The largest joints in the body, like the knees, are vulnerable to injury and arthritis.

Ankles

The ankle is a complex joint with many moving parts, making it vulnerable to injury and arthritis.

Foot, Heel & Toe

As the foundation of the body, feet bear the brunt of the weight. Arthritis and impact-related injuries are common in feet.

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