This video was designed for people with intellectually or physical disabilities, older adults and seniors with limited mobility, or anyone who just enjoys a fun work out! Source: IvanaExercise
Research has shown people can train in temperatures in excess of minus 50 ° celsius without damaging their lungs! Source: CASEM ACMSE
A resource to support physical activity participation for children with disabilities in London, Ontario. Source: Child and Youth Network
Period pain, or dysmenorrhoea affects nearly all women at some point in their lives. Sometimes symptoms can become severe, affecting socialising, relationships and quality of life. Source: Cochrane UK
Regular exercise increases the body’s ability to take up oxygen, improving the ventilation and health of the lungs. Asthma is not a reason to avoid exercise… Source: Exercise Works
Let the cancer know who’s in charge! Learn about general exercise recommendations for early-stage cancer, and cancer survivors. Source: CASEM ACMSE
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