Does anybody still do sports after diagnosis?

Does anybody still do sports after diagnosis?

I know for us just doing just normal daily things is exhausting I'm like that too I'm now in remission and have more good days than bad days and have a pretty good grasp on knowing how hard I can push myself before I bring the wrath of the beast on me.Before I got sick I had no interest in skateboarding but now after diagnosis it has(just to cruise on my longboard and enjoy the wind in my hair no Tony Hawk tricks)I'm actually pretty good at it I go outside(in 30… read more

A MyLupusTeam Member said:

i have lupus and fibromyalgie and when i work out it do feel better it might hurt at first just dont over do it i just got back in the gym the reason being i was hurting so bad weak my legs are still weak most of the time its hard to step up and i live on the 3 floor

posted 4 months ago
A MyLupusTeam Member said:

I box and run and lift weights

posted 4 months ago
A MyLupusTeam Member said:

You keep T it. Don't give up what you love. Yes lupus is crap but so can life be. I loved baseball still do and attend all the woman's basketball I can. I love to hike I can't do hills but I can walk a good distance. Yoga is a good form of balance it would help with your skateboarding. I love that you continue. It also takes your mind away from your symptoms. Good girl proud of you

posted 4 months ago
A MyLupusTeam Member said:

Then you keep doing the sport. This could limber you up physically. Sure your going to be tired but hey you might become more limber. Also I played woman's softball for 35 yrs and attribute that I'm 70 and I am still walking around, yes I am in pain and I get tired but I'm no where near a wheelchair. I will call her you on in your endeavors.

posted 4 months ago
A MyLupusTeam Member said:

I teach chair yoga

posted 4 months ago
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