Exercise Equipment to the Disabled
Browse through this busy area of ABLEize to find details of disabled exercise, equipment and therapy aids including specifically designed disabled exercise equipment for use by all disabilities including wheelchair users and those of varying disabilities and weakness looking to get greater strength and healthier as well as exercising through keep fit regimes. Find details of lower limb exercises, dumbells, walking and balance training equipment and other disabled related exercise products such as pedal and hand therapy exercise products.
If you are concerned about any exercise or keep fit program or equipment as a disabled person, it would always best to consult with your doctor to find which exercises are best or safest for your needs. Click the Submit Your Site button located above if you have a disabled exercise equipment site or service that you would like to see promoted in this powerful area of ABLEize and take advantage of our very low fees to promote your website and any related Facebook and Twitter pages to the disabled community. ABLEize has disability covered, why not join us and promote yourself to the world.
A portable wheelchair fitness machine that gives you a workout while in your wheelchair. Perfect for sports training and building upper body strength as well as increased balance or assisting with diet and weight loss. Check out video clips of the unique wheelchair trainer along with details of their 14 days no quibble full refund offer.
Exercise from your wheelchair or chair even if you have limited leg movement and strength. This motorised pedal exerciser helps keep you moving and builds leg muscles. Buy today with free UK delivery.
A dedicated article by Disability Horizons offering 10 exercises for disabled people and those with mobility impairments. Includes video clips for seated exercise including weights to improve your upper body strength.
Official information from the Stroke Association when details and suggestions of beneficial exercise for stroke patients. Includes details of how exercise can improve your health and mobility and how to choose the best exercise to meet your individual circumstances. Printable PDF.
Provides information about dedicated workouts for blind and visually impaired people with the option of both free and paid exercise routines available by app.
Excellent information and advice for wheelchair users looking to get fit or begin an exercise programme with details supplied by NHS Choices. Includes details of muscle strengthening exercises, cardiovascular exercise and provides physical activity guidelines for disabled people.
An interesting article provided by the Guardian online newspaper highlighting the issues of poor access to disabled exercise equipment within gyms within the UK. The article includes a survey of 300 UK leisure facilities.