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"Water Seven" to shake joints

We bring great news for those suffering from painful joints. If you love swimming, when you can stay in the water combine business with pleasure. Water exercises are in fact good way to joints affected by rheumatoid diseases assistance.

Water is our floats, and joints and can not bear the weight of the body. In addition, this exercise improves muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness, but also provides a better balance, agility and endurance. Best of all, however, is that the movement of water is much more fun and easier than traditional terrestrial strengthening.

Seven recommended exercises

Apart from the pool, sea or lake you will also need two tools: swimming "worm" and a small gym ball. The actual exercises are very simple, so you do not have to worry even if you're not very good swimmers.
Running in the water. Very simple movement imitating classic running, but it is important that your feet were all the time in contact with the bottom. Running water is a basic exercise that can be combined with a less demanding. Please go approximately 3 minutes and then rest.
Spider. Stand up against the edge of the pool and try to walk on up and down. The upper part of the body to stabilize while moving the hands.
Exercise earthworms I. Stand on the bottom of the pool with his legs, earthworm with both hands at the center and try to push it to the bottom until you have only the head above water. In this position, hold on for 1-2 minutes.
Exercise earthworms II. Center earthworms time you put under foot, bend your leg at the knee and the other to start with the bottom. Try to balance in this position for several minutes.
Exercise earthworms III. In greater depth the worm sit on a bike and down "tread the pedals." To do this, you can also add movement of the upper limbs.
Gymball I. Standing, grasp the ball in outstretched hands and dip it into the waist level - in this position last about 30 seconds.
Gymball II. Movements is similar to running water, but this time with submerged ball in your hands.

This is just a list of basic exercises to help relieve the pain of rheumatoid arthritis. Imagination has no limits, however, and you can look for inspiration from other sources. The more movement you indulge, the more rewarding your stiff and painful joints will.

Source: Rheumatic

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