Exercising with Arthritis

If you have arthritis and you're having trouble doing some of the exercises due to joint pain, you can modify the exercises to reduce the pressure on your joints.

One of the best ways to reduce pressure on your joints is to decrease your Range of Motion (ROM) for the exercises. That means only performing the exercise within your pain-free range of motion. Although you won't be recruiting as many muscle fibers, you'll still be getting a great workout, and you can make it up in other ways, such as keeping good form and decreasing your rest intervals in order to increase the intensity of the workout. (There are more ways to increase the intensity, which I show you inside the program).

If you're already a Max Workouts community member, various modifications of exercises can be found inside the Exercises section.

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