Disabled Fitness and Exercise
Getting and keeping fit is not just important for the disabled it is imperative. Find details listed here of fitness services, information, articles and advice for the disabled and wheelchair user looking to get fit or enter into a fitness programme. Also find details of diet and weight loss, personal trainers and a number of exercise activities including Tai Chi, pilates and related fitness resources.
Being disabled, especially being a wheelchair user it is very difficult to get motivated into a regular fitness or exercise regime, the benefits of regular exercise can help maintain your levels of mobility and prevent them from declining especially in later years.
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Personal trainer providing a personalised holistic approach to fitness, healthy living and wellbeing. Offers rehabilitation for spinal and sports injury, London based.
Details of YMCA courses and fitness acitivites aimed at the disabled including Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI) for all disabilities including Down’s syndrome, Asperger’s syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, blind and deaf.
Offers very useful guides and explains the benefits of exercise when you have a disability. Includes exercise ideas such as how to exercise sitting in a chair, lying down or standing as well as breathing exercise.
An official NHS guide to Tai Chi with details of how this form of exercise can greatly help a range of disabled people.
Ofers instructions and classes in Sussex. View the instructors details with tai chi explained and contacts.
Official NHS site providing information and advice about wheelchair exercise and getting fit.
A Disabled World article about ways to get fit and setting up a fitness programme for wheelchair users.