What are the odds of starting a new full joint mobility program that includes cardio and strength?
What are the odds of a new full joint mobility program? I have Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (even though I am now approaching 30), and I find most of the workouts to be too high impact on my knees, hips, and shoulders. I need cardio, stretching, balance, and strengthening, not just stretching and balance. I have a difficult time with the cardio videos especially. It's not that I can't keep up so much as it causes physical pain. I love the joint mobility videos with Cody, though. I noticed someone else posted a similar question several months ago and was basically told the programs weren't designed for him/her. My doctor, as with most rheumatologists, recommends exercise. This is the same problem I run into with Zumba and P90X. Also, I notice the yoga program, for the most part, does not include a lot of modifications.by: lalexispalmer
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