Most of us with a rheumatic disease knows that it is important to exercise. However, when you start exercising, there are often many issues related to training and their medical conditions.
How much can I as rheumatic train?, How intensely? how long workouts?, Is there anything that can be downright dangerous?
These are some of the questions that usually come up when a person with rheumatism looking to start exercising. The magazine goes through disease to disease of the most common rheumatic diseases, how to train.
The purpose of this report is to provide the best possible theoretical basis for people with any form of rheumatic disease to increase their own adapted physical activity and exercise. Rheumatism Association has asked some of the country's foremost experts in the field helping to write what they know about training and exercise for people with arthritis.