Walking is the ultimate easy-to-do, good-for-you exercise, and for those with knees tender from osteoarthritis, it can be done at your own pace. Start slowly — try for three 10-minute outings a day at first — and add speed, hills and longer distances as your endurance and strength builds. If you haven’t already begun a walking program, here are 10 good reasons why you should.
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