It's tempting to give up on exercise when you experience pain in your joints. After all, you don't want to make it feel worse. But exercise has been proven to support joint health by building and maintaining strength in the supportive tissues around your joints.
The following workout is clinically devised for use by people with joint pain. These six basic exercises each have a progression and a regression (18 exercises in total), to suit your individual level of fitness.
Not in the mood for a full workout? You can view and try any of the six main exercises below.
Exercise 1 - the Squat
Exercise 2 - the Seated Row
Exercise 3 - the Leg Extension
Exercise 4 - the Shoulder Press
Exercise 5 - the Step Up
Exercise 6 - the Stability Challenge
Last updated Monday 14 June 2021
First published on Wednesday 17 October 2018