Harvard Women's Health Watch

Staying active when it's hard to move

Experts recommend getting 30 minutes of exercise on most days of the week, but it can be hard for people with arthritis or other mobility-limiting conditions to get that exercise. A number of exercise techniques can help people with reduced mobility, including pedaling on recumbent bicycles, doing seated exercises with weights, and practicing chair yoga.
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