2. Walking can help to improve your joint mobility
Stiff joints can cause a lot of discomforts. They eventually lead to immobility. Having stiff joints does not preclude you from walking every day. Initially, it may be a struggle as the joints are unable to flex. Walking may be a bit painful too. However, you should persevere knowing that in the long-term walking will provide you with much-needed relief.
If you have a condition that weakens your joints or makes them stiff, you should consult your doctor before starting to walk for daily exercise. In most cases, doctors will recommend walking, but caution patients not to overdo it. After a while, you’ll notice that your joints start to ache less and become more flexible. Regular exercise like walking eases joint stiffness. What makes walking perfect is that it is a low-impact form of exercise which makes it less harmful to the joints than running.