Biking is becoming increasingly utilized by both adults and children for maintenance of healthy weight and as a fun family activity. Though cities are doing more to increase the availability of bike paths and safe routes for biking exercise...
Many people who suffer from joint pain think exercise will make things worse. In fact, exercise can help manage pain and strengthen muscle, which in turn reduces pressure on cartilage.
Many people, especially younger patients, who suffer from joint pain tend to push themselves harder in their exercises routines. It is important to exercise, but going overboard can be detrimental as it can further wear down your joints.
Achy knees, stiff hips, pain in the wrists, elbows and ankles—there is a large variety of joint pain and it affects people differently. However, one thing remains true across the board.
A well-balanced program of physical activity includes three main components: aerobic exercise, strength training and flexibility training. Commitment to a regular physical activity program is more important than the intensity of your workouts.
This is very true especially of the shoulder. Most people complain of pain in front and tip of the shoulder. However this pain might be arising due to faulty mechanics of the shoulder blade, muscle imbalances, and/or tightness of the shoulder capsule (joint).