Tips For Staying Active, Pain-Free

Is pain preventing you from staying active? Do not let discomfort sideline you from fitness.

Tips For Staying Active, Pain-Free

Is pain preventing you from staying active? Do not let discomfort sideline you from fitness. Whether you have back pain, a knee injury or another chronic ache, there are plenty of measures you can take to keep active and healthy – pain-free.


Strength Training

Strength Training

It may sound counterintuitive, but strength training – think weight machines, free weights or bodyweight exercises – is actually a fantastic way to reduce your pain levels. When you exercise, you strengthen the muscles surrounding your joints, helping to stabilize them, and you promote good joint lubrication, which improves discomfort and range of motion. In fact, one study showed that regular weight lifting can decrease pain by 43%, all while increasing bone density and reducing the risk of heart disease.

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