We sure push exercise a lot.
There is a reason for that. Movement is Life and the motion is the lotion.
Research has shown that walking decreases pain from Osteoarthritis and helps to slow joint degeneration. So get out and walk!
Arthritis & Rheumatology: "In individuals with knee OA who were age 50?years or older, walking for exercise was associated with less frequent development of knee pain...and progression of medial joint space narrowing was less common in walkers compared to non-walkers." Lo GH, Vinod S, Richard MJ, Harkey MS, McAlindon TE, Kriska AM, Rockette?Wagner B, Eaton CB, Hochberg MC, Jackson RD, Kwoh CK. Association Between Walking for Exercise and Symptomatic and Structural Progression in Individuals With Knee Osteoarthritis: Data From the Osteoarthritis Initiative Cohort. Arthritis & Rheumatology. 2022 Oct;74(10):1660-7
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