I’m physically challenged; I walk with a stick and have a bad back and knees. Would anyone be able to help me with exercise suggestions?

Khadijah F.
Lie on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Bring one knee to your chest, keeping the other foot flat on the floor. Keep your lower back pressed to the floor, and hold for 15 to 30 seconds. Then lower your knee and repeat with the other leg.

Amber F.
Walking, water aerobics, cycling, swimming, yoga, and strength training all help improve the symptoms associated with arthritic knee pain and knee pain in general, Aerobic Exercise
Aerobic exercise strengthens your lungs, heart, and blood vessels and can help you lose weight. Walking, swimming, and biking may all help reduce back pain. Start with short sessions and build up over time. If your back is hurting, try swimming, where the water supports your body. Hope you get better

Alexandre O.
I'd recommend yoga. It goes easy on your body impact wise and it has helped me with my knee and backpain as well. I would talk to a doctor first and maybe start out with guided sessions.

Siddharth X.
Hi, I believe you can start small by walking slowly in nature as it will give you more enthusiasm and will improve your mood and vitality. Even though you use a stick and hava a bad back and knees, it will help you get better with your system and body.