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Street Walking With My Muumuu

Hi my favorite readers! Another excerpt for you to enjoy…

Me and my muumuu got around. Even though my muumuu provided excellent cover for my body cast, it made moving so easy. Each morning I would pick up my lovely garmet, reach over my head, slide it over my body, grab my crutches and put on […]

The Benefits of Exercise While Living with HIV/AIDS

Hi my favorite readers! We all know the importance of exercising to stay healthy and recuperate from a total knee replacement. Exercise also plays a key role for improving overall health for those afflicted with HIV/AIDS.

Here is a guest post written by Jim Rollince from Gym Source that provides great insight. Thank you, […]

Recipe Worth Sharing

Hi my favorite readers! You know how tiring it is after doing your tkr exercises? Or, how exhausted you can be after doing any type of exercise once you past the recuperation stage? Well, you can replenish that energy by consuming some energy bars or drinks. That’s common knowledge. What isn’t quite so common, […]

What Your Walk Tells Others…

Hi my favorite readers!

I came across this interesting article on how your walk reveals facets of your health to others.

I found it particularly interesting, and thought I’d share the link to it here. It’s found on the Care2.com site.

Here’s the link you need to copy and paste into your browser:
http://www.care2.com/greenliving/15-things-your-walk-reveals-about-your-health.html

Find interesting? Kindly share…

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Another Benefit of Exercising

Hi my favorite readers!

We all know the importance of exercising, especially when recuperating after a tkr. Go onto any online website and you’ll find tons of information about how aerobic exercise, in particular, provides so many benefits. Benefits include increasing endurance, longevity, respiratory functioning and lung capacity, enhancing mental outlook, decreasing depression, improving sleep, etc, […]

Colds Are No Excuse

We all, more than likely, get the common cold every now and then throughout our life. It’s easy to think that you need to stop exercising when this happens. Think again.

If you have an upper respiratory cold that is just starting to exhibit symptoms, go forward with your exercise routine. You may be surprised. Research […]

4-Year Post TKR Update

Hello my favorite readers! I’ve had some readers ask me lately how everything is going after my tkr, so I thought I’d update. Plus, it’s coming up to the 4-year post surgery date.

Everything is fine:
No revisions or adjustments have been needed
No complications
No excessive pain (woohoo!!!)
No excessive clicking
No feelings of misalignment.
I am what’s considered a success […]

Exercise is Fun

It seems common to hear someone say they don’t have time to exercise. They’ll have time when they’re laying in a hospital bed due to being so inactive, is my opinion. I hear the standard..”oh, getting older just naturally means gaining weight”. Bull. Yes, it’s true that the metabolism slows down as we age, but […]

Aquatic Leap Frogging & a TKR

Hello my favorite readers! I’ve written before about the benefits of exercising in the water anytime, especially after a tkr. There’s no pain, movement is easier and more fluid plus…it’s just downright fun! Here’s a “maneuver” I came up with that helps increase flexibility and strength. Even though this article is geared towards those of […]

Another Hamstring Exercise

Strengthening the hamstrings (muscles along the backside of the knee) is important for everyone, especially us tkr recipients. I found another way to exercise this muscle recently and thought I’d share. Please remember it’s been almost three years since my tkr, so don’t try this if you’re new to the tkr recuperation stage.

You need […]