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9 Proven Ways Exercise Can Help Manage MS

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You’ll Preserve Brain Function


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You’ll Build Muscle Strength and Function


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You’ll Improve Balance and Coordination


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You’ll Have More Energy


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You’ll Protect Your Bones


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It Promotes a Healthy Weight


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You’ll Boost Your Mood


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You’ll Have Better Bowel and Bladder Control


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You’ll Move Better and Feel Less Stiff


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Before You Begin an Exercise Program


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Take It Slow


K. Aleisha Fetters

K. Aleisha Fetters

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Aleisha is a Chicago-based certified strength and conditioning specialist who uses her background in research and communication to help people empower themselves through smart strength training. Other than HealthCentral, Aleisha contributes to publications including Time, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Runner’s World, SELF, and U.S. News & World Report. She is the co-author of The Woman’s Guide to Strength Training. She can usually be spotted in workout clothes and/or eating.