Exercise, Scleroderma and Krav Maga
I look like I’m smiling- that’s the scleroderma mouth thing- she is really pulling my hair. Don’t let our petite frames fool you: Dynamite comes in small packages. Photo: Jennifer Jones
I made a video last night after Krav Maga Class. Short story long: I injure myself more doing daily activities, than when I exercise or train with the supervision of a professional.
When my range of motion was lost, I had to relearn simple things like sitting on the floor and getting back up. It’s a long list and as I become more active, I run into some activity I need to trouble shoot to perform. Luckily, there are people who are trained to help!
I made a video. Yep, this picture has nothing to do with the content of the video. I just thought a picture with my dog would help me get more viewers. This video is about exercise. I exercise so my lungs keep moving, and my whole body is strong enough to take whatever else scleroderma and sarcoidosis throw at me.
Avoid Injury While Exercising by Working with Professionals