Stop the pain and stress stealing your fit life

Arthritis, subluxation, and dysplasia can keep you from exercising the way you want to because of either pain or risk of injury.

The exercises most commonly recommended often are just too much. Squats and lunges are exercises that can cause more harm than good. How then, can you exercise?

If you’re caught between a need to exercise so you can manage your weight, and your stress level, but are limited by joint pain or paying for exercise with worsening problems afterwards, this is for you.

This episode of Flipping 50 TV features a question from Lora, who in addition to suffering with hip joint issues, is also experiencing stress and fatigue because her busy schedule leaves little time for self-care.

I’m sure a lot of us can relate… so see what I recommended for her — which includes some personalized exercises, minute meal tips for breakfast and supper, and inflammation-dousing tips — and put it to work for you to achieve your fit life…

Though there may be things you can’t do, there are always things that you can do to achieve a fit life. Focus on those solutions.

Nutrition choices can help reduce your pain and improve your results even with less exercise. Don’t negate the fact that if you have joint issues, pain, or inflammation, your dietary choices can help turn off that inflammation and help you be more comfortable too.

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Debra Atkinson

By Debra Atkinson

Debra Atkinson Is the founder of the Flipping 50 movement and host of the Flipping 50 podcast and TV show available on your iphone, ipad, and Apple TV. She is the author of four books including You Still Got It, Girl! The After 50 Fitness Formula For Women and Navigating Fitness After 50: Your GPS For Choosing Programs and Professionals You Can Trust.

Debra is a contributing blogger on the Huffington Post, ShareCare, Prime Woman, and Livingbetter50. She provides solutions for women approaching 50 or who have already turned the corner on what to eat, how to move, and the mindset for lifestyle change with hormone balance that will make the next years as the best years. Find her resources here.