Hi Everyone, I am married to a 68 year old healthy and active male who has been recently diagnosed with RA. He has survived the medical protocols that have been prescribed to him get to the right (or close to right) amount of daily pain relief and tolerance, but when exercising outside, if we walk on flat roads he does fine, but if we start to climb hills or dare to actually slip into the trails, his upper arms and shoulders begin to immediately ache. Of course we understand and expect his joints to ache following the trip, but it seems that as soon as we start to climb the pain kicks in. Our pace is not driven hard nor are we using our arms aggressively during the climb. There has also been a couple of times that he becomes nauseous during the light exertion. I am wondering if anyone else has experienced these issues.