10 Exercises for Arthritis
Cycling is a great all round exercise for those people living with arthritis that have problems in the feet and ankles. It’s low impact as far as anything below the knee is concerned, but still, packs a cardiovascular punch and works the leg muscles for a top daily workout. Something to build on, start with 10 minutes at a time and grow each week to 30 -40 minutes. If you don’t own a bike, or if you don’t feel like cycling the streets in winter, or simply if you live in the city and can’t get out, gyms have great recumbent exercise bikes to work with.