Cycling for People with Arthritis
I cannot deny it. I am an older cyclist. I think I am in pretty good shape considering my age, but I do have mild arthritis. I take a prescription for it and have tried to stop taking the medicine before only to find out that my arthritis is more problematic than I thought. One thing is for sure though, cycling helps alleviate some of the pain.
Cycling is a great low-impact exercise for people with arthritis. It's easy on your joints and can help to improve your range of motion, flexibility, and strength. Cycling can also help to reduce pain and inflammation.