August 9, 2010 at 12:17 pm #9601gtausParticipant
zip2play said:…I have almost no knee problems with using the elliiptical trainer though. I use the professional style Life-Styler that my gym has (about 30 of them.) I've tried the store-bought consumer models and they seem pretty crappy by comaprison…herky-jerky instead of smooth….
Thanks for the info. I have not been to a gym and tried the professional elliptical trainers, so I guess I would not know if a store bought trainer was crap or not. I'm just trying to save the old knees.January 30, 2013 at 12:24 am #14523KeithTaylorParticipant
This jogging with gout topic is now closed.
It covers several variations on gout and jogging, including:
- can i run with gout?
- can jogging reduce uric acid?
- Is jogging bad for gout?
Jogging is one form of exercise. Generally speaking exercise is good for gout, but it must be planned on an individual basis. You should get checked by a doctor before embarking on any exercise program. Jogging is particularly significant for knee and ankle stress. If those joints are already damaged by untreated excess uric acid, then you should substitute exercises that are unlikely to cause impact damage.
I will move the relevant parts of the discussion to a new common questions section, as time allows. In the meantime, you can easily search for current discussions, or start a new discussion.
You can find the search box at the top of every page, or at the foot of the right-hand sidebar. Even easier, please use the gout search page.December 26, 2017 at 5:24 am #23215GoutPal HelpDeskModerator
Do you have any facts or unanswered questions about running with gout? Then please reply to Does Running With Gout page need improving?
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