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TOPIC: Bad_knee-Any_suggestions_for_exercises_to_get_bak_in_shape
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I have a bad knee that may require surgery in the future, but not right now. The problem is that I want to find an effective exercise program that will get me back in shape and keep the weight off, but NOT stress my knee. Any suggestions? I have been told that swimming would be a good exercise, but then I read where swimming seems to increase your appetite so it hasn't been very good for weight loss and maintenance. Help! Thanks!

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"hey sim, move over to the edge and let him get you from behind while hes standing... works like a charm "

That depends on the bed height... we rarely can get a good match because of him being 6' 4"....it's like a giraffe at a watering hole.

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Why do you think I do mostly doggie style when swinging!! You're hired!! LOL!

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Thats on the top of Mr. Sim's list....doggie style is at the bottom...damn knees.

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Mr. Sim needs surgery on both knees (keeps putting it off) and his doctors said swimming was the best exercise....and recumbant cycling would be a more distant second.

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I guess I shouldn't be suprised that I might need knee replacement. After all, several of my favorite things to do has me on my knees! Anyway, thanks for the suggestions. They are all greatly appreciated.

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Thanks, to you both for your replies. I am going to start the swimming ASAP. It makes sense that a healthy snack would take care of the hunger caused by the calorie burn. I love to swim, so I think I could keep this up for long term.

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wnt2 is right on target with her post.

You are hungry after your swimming because your body just burned a bunch of fuel and needs to be fed. Eat a snack afterwards of lean nitrate free meats or an apple with a couple tablespoons of peanut butter (organic with no added sugars in it). That will fix your hunger and not hurt your diet.

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I have a bad knee that may require surgery in the future, but not right now. The problem is that I want to find an effective exercise program that will get me back in shape and keep the weight off, but NOT stress my knee. Any suggestions? I have been told that swimming would be a good exercise, but then I read where swimming seems to increase your appetite so it hasn't been very good for weight loss and maintenance. Help! Thanks!

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TOPIC: Bad knee-Any suggestions for exercises to get bak in shape

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