Only 1 in 4 US adults meet the recommended physical activity guidelines. Overcome physical barriers like artritis with these physical activity programs recommended by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
According to the CDC, "people with arthritis who take part in “joint-friendly” physical activity can reduce their arthritis pain and improve their function, mood, and quality of life. Examples of joint-friendly activities include walking, biking, and swimming. Being physically active can also delay arthritis disability."
The CDC has partnered with the following organizations through their Arthritis Program to promote safe physical activity programs for people with arthritis:
Source: Learn more about the effects from Lack of Physical Activity here.
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