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How-to Exercise With Arthritis

Weight Training 101

Ready to lift weights but don’t know where to start? Use this beginner weight-training guide to find the answers to your weight-lifting questions. Read More >>

A New Way to Stretch

Stretching before and after a workout can decrease your chance of injury. Learn other stretching benefits and how dynamic stretching can increase your performance. Read More >>

Working Out Through Pain

Pain while working out can be a sign of trouble – though muscle soreness a day or two after is normal. Here's what you need to know about exercise pain. Read More >>

Avoiding Common Workout Mistakes

Prevent these workout mistakes to help better maximize the benefits of your exericse program. Read More >>

Exercise: How Much Is Enough?

Just starting an exercise program? Here are answers to some important exercise questions you may have. Read More >>

Lower Body Exercises: Dos and Don'ts

Get the dos and don’ts for lower body exercises. Read More >>

How Hard Should You Work Out?

Are you working out at the right intensity? These easy tests can help you make the most of any activity. Read More >>

Developing a Well-rounded Workout

Stuck in a rut with your workouts? Ditch the workout doldrums. Liven up your exercise routine with a well-rounded workout by including aerobic, strength-training and flexibility fitness. Read More >>

How to Start an Exercise Program

Exercise helps relieve arthritis pain. Ready to try? Use these tips to start a workout program that is safe on your joints. Read More >>

High-intensity Exercise and Rheumatoid Arthritis

High-intensity exercise is OK for people with rheumatoid arthritis. So kick it up a notch! Get advice here on rheumatoid arthritis, exercise and even a few tips to get you going. Read More >>

Upper Body Exercises: Dos and Don'ts

Get advice, including the dos and don'ts about upper body exercises that can help keep your shoulders, neck and lower back in shape. Read More >>

Top 11 Workout Mistakes to Avoid

Exercise smarter – and safer – to help you get more out of your arthritis-friendly workouts and maximize your results. Read More >>