Exercise doesn’t work for most people who have arthritis.
This is because...
(1) Most arthritis exercise programs give people the wrong exercises.
When you have arthritis, exercise can be very effective for relieving pain, transforming stiffness into flexibility and mobility, and getting you back to doing all the daily things you love to do (and need to do)… but ONLY if you do the right exercises.
Most arthritis programs give people exercises that don’t target the right muscles, joints and ligaments, or don’t target them in the right way, or give exercises that are too aggressive and intense, which can actually make your arthritis worse!
You need to do the right exercises to get long-term relief from your arthritis, and not make things worse.
You’ll see in a minute, that the exercises in this program were selected based on the conclusions of the latest scientific research and studies, so they are definitely the right ones.
(2) Most arthritis exercise programs put the exercises in the wrong order.
You can make a lot of progress with exercise, even if you have severe arthritis symptoms. You can increase your range of motion in your joints and muscles a lot more than you might imagine. You can make your muscles a lot stronger than you might think. You can make your limbs and joints a lot more flexible than you’d probably believe.
You can accomplish all of that with a technique called ‘exercise stacking.’ Exercise stacking is just putting exercises in a particular order so that each exercise builds on the one before it. This allows your joints, muscles and ligaments to slowly and gradually adjust to each next exercise and each next challenge. Doing exercises in this kind of sequence is especially effective for people who have a condition like arthritis that causes significant limitations in range of motion, flexibility, and overall mobility.
The new arthritis exercise program you’re going to see on this page utilizes ‘exercise stacking’ so you can make excellent progress while still protecting your joints and muscles from further damage.
(3) Most arthritis exercise programs aren’t comprehensive enough.
Scientific research has shown that using a combination of multiple different modalities or approaches to helping muscles, joints and ligaments return to their normal functioning states is much more effective for reducing the pain, stiffness and swelling associated with arthritis. But, most arthritis exercise programs include only one or two modalities in their routines.
In the section just below, you’ll see that my new program uses no less than 8 modalities and covers every joint and muscle where arthritis occurs. You’ll see that my program is much more comprehensive than most others, and this is a big part of why it works better.
(4) Most arthritis exercise programs aren’t based on the latest scientific research and recommendations.
Many arthritis exercise programs are so outdated you’ll receive them on a piece of paper that looked like it was photocopied from a document from the 1960’s. We’ve come a long way since then, and learned a lot about how exercise can be beneficial for arthritis sufferers. You’ll see in a section below that my program was carefully researched and designed and developed in accordance with the latest scientific findings and studies.
(5) Most arthritis exercise programs are difficult to learn, difficult to do, time-consuming, complicated, and confusing.
Even if an arthritis exercise program is based on research and scientific studies, most are still too complicated, difficult, and time-consuming. And this means that most people will find them frustrating to do, and will give up and never do them on a consistent basis. It is incredibly important for an exercise program to be as easy as possible, simple as possible, and as fast as possible, so that people will actually do it, and get the results they want.
This program was designed to be all of those things, so you will actually do it on a consistent basis and get the results you want, but never at the cost of losing effectiveness. Even though this program is very easy, simple and fast, it still works remarkably well.
(6) Most arthritis exercise programs don’t offer any support.
It happens to most people. They start a new exercise routine and they get stuck on one or two or three of the exercises. They aren’t sure how to do it exactly right. Or they don’t have enough range of motion or flexibility to do the exercise as it’s shown. What now? The problem is most arthritis exercise programs don’t offer any support, or any way to ask questions and get answers. And so, people are left on their own to figure things out, which usually means they are doing the exercises wrong, or they give up and don’t continue with the program.
You’ll see below that my arthritis exercise program comes with a free membership to a coaching group wherein you can ask any questions you need answers to, and you can get all the support you need to make sure you are doing all the exercises just right.