Swimming and water aerobics are two examples of exercises you can do in the water that may help you use your joints better and feel less pain.
Tai chi is a traditional Chinese martial art that is sometimes called "moving meditation" because of its slow, gentle movements and focus on the mind.
Biking can help keep your heart healthy, make your legs stronger, and make you less stiff in the morning.
A walk in the park may sound too simple, but it's one of the easiest and most convenient ways to get some exercise.
Yoga, which combines poses with breathing and relaxing, can also help ease the pain and stiffness of RA.
Strength training builds muscle. Stronger muscles reduce joint pain and make daily tasks easier.