Disability Exercises: Exercising for Persons with Disabilities Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2022-04-14
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HealthPedal is an indoor and outdoor pedal powered wheelchair that can be used for mobility, freedom, fitness, and strength building.
Study demonstrates stair climbing not only lowers blood pressure but also builds leg strength, especially in postmenopausal women with estrogen deficiencies who are more susceptible to vascular and muscle problems.
American Academy of Neurology guideline shows exercising twice a week may improve thinking ability and memory in people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
Study reveals exercise may help adults prevent or delay disabilities that interfere with independent living.
Paralympian launches bespoke wheelchair-based workout book to help chair users become fitter, healthier stronger and more independent.
The Invictus Active Trainer is an exercise device designed specifically for wheelchair users.
Criptaedo is a martial art designed to educate the community of people with disabilities on self-defense and fitness.
Study finds seniors experienced less pain, reduced stiffness and less fatigue after participating in a hospital exercise program.
How-to guide for home-based exercise program offers a way for people with MS to stay more physically active.
YMCAfit qualification and Instructability course designed to support disabled people to become gym instructors at REPs level 2 and 3.
Inactive adults with disabilities are 50 percent more likely to report at least one chronic disease.
Study proves physical activity can help elderly people maintain their mobility and dodge physical disability.
Study findings demonstrate importance of minimizing sedentary activities and replacing some of them with light-intensity activities.
Compact elliptical device lets you exercise and helps keep the weight off while sitting at a desk or watching TV.
Feasibility study of interval training both in a clinical context and in home-based cardiac rehabilitation.
Hospital for Special Surgery study shows exercise programs help reduce arthritis pain for senior participants.
Information relating an adaptation of mainstream gymnastics that can be recreational or lead to competitive opportunities for people with a disability.
Exercise induced fat reductions are of particular importance to people with type 2 diabetes many of whom are overweight or obese.
Innovative fitness chair combines low impact cycling with resistance training to provide a total body workout.
Virtual reality-enhanced exercise, or exergames, combining physical exercise with computer-simulated environments and interactive video-game features, can yield a greater cognitive benefit for older adults than traditional exercise alone.
Parents with children with disabilities need to be a little extra creative sometimes to make sure that physical activities are part of their kids diet just like health foods.
Article shows that people with disabilities in wheelchairs that they can obtain health enhancing benefits when they exercise moderately or vigorously.
An array of exercises designed to target specific motor symptoms caused by Parkinsons disease.
Fitness and therapy programs for those with special needs such as cerebral palsy autism and other neurological disorders.
When researchers combined weekly tai chi exercise class with standard depression treatment they found greater improvement in level of depression with improved quality of life better memory and cognition and more overall energy.
Flo Fusion Fitness is a new exercise program offering a refreshing powerful and energizing core body workout.
Stretching before a run neither prevents nor causes injury according to a study.
Benefits to mental and physical well-being from taking exercise in the natural environment.
Madonna announced the opening of the second Hard Candy Fitness Center in Moscow which is projected to open in mid-March 2011.
Of the rhabdomyolysis causes one of the most common is overexertion brought on by exercise.
Madonna announced establishment of Hard Candy Fitness global gyms which will open in major cities around the world.
U.S. adults take thousands fewer daily steps than foreign counterparts.
Love Handles RX is the First Exercise Product made for Wheelchairs and Chairs so You can get Cardio while Seated.
Study shows BMIs increased in those who chose to move to be closer to outdoor recreation.
Swimming one of the best weapons to combat the obesity crisis that threatens our future generations.
Walking for 40 minutes three times a week can enhance the connectivity of important brain circuits associated with aging and increase performance on cognitive tasks.
Research study suggests a significant number of residents living in retirement communities have deficits in lower body strength.
Fitness First has been recognized for its determination to include disabled people.
Examines the core muscles in the belly area and mid and lower back includes core muscle exercises.
Green exercise produces the greatest improvement in mood and sense of personal well-being.
Sedatives reduced so mild exercise programs can be introduced to critically ill patients in intensive care.
Benefits of short term high-intensity interval training (HIT) as time-efficient safe alternative to moderate long term exercise.
Many health benefits of aerobic exercise are due to recent exercise sessions and benefits are affected by food we eat afterwards.
Using a stability ball as an office chair strengthens core muscles similar to use of a backless chair or stool.
A healthy dose of exercise is good medicine even for lymphoma patients receiving chemotherapy.
To improve psoas functioning a different approach to abdominal exercises than the one commonly practiced is necessary.
Research has shown approximately 25 percent to 35 percent of American adults are inactive.
Promoting physical activity through mass media campaigns are the most cost-effective in terms of the money spent.
Exercise program that can improve fitness among migraine sufferers without aggravating this painful condition.
Walking or biking to school or work can be an easy way to integrate physical activity into the daily exercise and fitness routine.
knee and hip exercises should take into consideration the date of surgery your overall medical condition and age.
Pelvic floor exercises that provide the correct exercise to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles to prevent incontinence.
Less than an hour of daily exercise reduces depressive symptoms and improves self esteem in overweight children.
It is recommended that people engage in 150 minutes per week of moderate intensity physical activity.
Many people owe their fitness and health to exercise balls including people who suffer from muscular dystrophy and have balancing problems.
When he ventured out to the gyms again he found out that they were not accessible to a person in a wheelchair.
Exercises and lessons in Yoga Aerobics and Pilates fitness routines for individuals with disabilities or chronic health conditions.
The benefits of working a consistent exercise program and weekly routine are the same for the disabled as for anyone else.
Older men and women who exercise regularly less likely to suffer any form of disability than people who do not exercise.
Regular wheelchair exercise will help increase strength flexibility improve mobility and strengthen heart and lungs plus help control your weight.
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