Walking and Arthritis - Walking Exercises for Arthritis
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Walking Helps You Cope With Arthritis
Don't be discouraged because you think you can't walk far enough to matter. Build on what you can do and watch how it helps you cope with the disease.
The Arthritis Walk
The Arthritis Walk raises funds to support the Arthritis Foundation. Find the walk event for your location.
Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis
The annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, which takes place across the United States throughout November and December, raises money to support the Arthritis Foundation.
Have You Participated in the Arthritis Walk?
Each year, in may locations across the United States, there is an Arthritis Walk to raise money and awareness for arthritis. Have you participated in the Arthritis Walk?
Arthritis & Exercise Quiz
Does exercise have any impact on arthritis? Does exercise help or hurt joints burdened by arthritis? If you exercise or plan on starting an exercise program, do you know all you need to know? Take our Arthritis & Exercise Quiz.
Exercise Is Essential for Arthritis
Increasing strength and mobility is the goal of regular exercise for arthritis patients.
Top 10 Reasons for Exercise When You Have Arthritis
Many arthritis sufferers mistakenly believe that exercise will worsen their condition. The reality, however, is that a well-rounded physical activity program of stretching, strength training and aerobic exercise can help minimize many of the adverse affects of arthritis and improve overall functional capacity.
Should You Walk When It Hurts?
We all get aches and pains - how do you know if it means you should stop walking, or if you need to keep going?
How to Walk for Absolute Beginners
Walking is a great, natural way to achieve daily physical activity.
Walking and health
As long as there are no medical conditions that contraindicate walking (such as predisposition to falls or advanced degenerative joint disease), walking is an excellent, inexpensive form of exercise.
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Exercise, including walking at least 30 minutes a day, decreases the risk of heart attacks, stroke, hypertension, some cancers, osteoporosis, depression and obesity.