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.

Watch:

Avoid Injury While Exercising by Working with Professionals