A workout that doesn't quite workout for you and your joints, can be due to many reasons. However, you may be experiencing one or more of the likely causes given here:
“Arthritis refers to inflammation of the joints. There are more than 100 different types of arthritis, ranging from autoimmune (rheumatoid arthritis) to wear and tear with age (osteoarthritis). People can have arthritis in one or multiple joints, and it causes pain to the affected areas. For a long time, people thought arthritis sufferers should avoid exercise out of fear it would damage their joints. Now, medical professionals know that many arthritis sufferers can actually improve their condition with exercise. If you experience joint pain as you age, it’s likely caused by a form of arthritis.
Like arthritis, tendonitis is also caused by inflammation. However, while arthritis refers to inflammation of the tissues that line the joints themselves, tendonitis is inflammation of the tendons, the tissues that connect the bones and the joints. Tendonitis is more common in a specific area from overuse; for example, runners often get Achilles tendinitis (along their heel) or patellar tendonitis around their kneecap. While it doesn’t directly affect the joint, it can certainly cause pain in the joint.
If you’ve injured your joints or recently had hip or shoulder surgery, for example, your pain during exercise may not be a surprise. In the case of specific injuries or post-operative care, it’s best to consult with your doctor to see if physical therapy is necessary before resuming an exercise regimen.
Carrying a few extra pounds isn’t likely to cause joint pain, but if you are truly overweight, the extra baggage could be putting undue strain on your joints. By losing some of the weight, you should be able to alleviate your joint pain. Studies have shown that losing as little as 11 pounds cuts the risk of osteoarthritis of the knee in half.
A word of caution: if you have mild joint pain during your workout, it’s okay to work through it. Movement helps re-lubricate painful joints that have become stiff due to arthritis or other causes. But if you experience sharp, severe pain in a specific joint during your workout, stop and ask your doctor before continuing an exercise regimen, as it could be a sign of joint damage that needs rehabilitation.”
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