Not only safe but helpful as long as you know your limits I ride a stationary bike in bad weather and if my wrists are hurting I just pedal I haven't had lower body problems so far from the RA so treadmills or outside walking are also good options.On good days I try to do some resistance training but again realize your limits overdoing it can make tomorrow pretty uncomfortable. Stretching before and after and a few more times throughout the day seems to be very beneficial Good Luck and hope this helps
Exercising is good if done in small increments.walk a little while in the morning & then a while in the afternoon. You'll be less likely to have muscle spasms or cause a flare up of symptoms. When you have RA ,the key to keeping from having flare up of symptoms is moderation in everything you do.
Yes You can walk on treadmill everyday if you feel you can but ask. doctor first to make sure.
Yes I have been walking now I added more walking hills how tiring
Yes! I've been told (by my docs) that I should get as much exercise as possible: as long as I'm up to it. You want to avoid unnecessary weight gain AT ALL COSTS...as R.A. pain intensifies with added weight. I found that out the hard way...😖 and am now trying everything I can to lose it!