Sonja Ast, an ACE-certified personal trainer and certified inclusive fitness trainer with the Lakeshore Foundation, always wanted a career supporting people with disabilities. Source: Popsugar
Follow along with me in this 17 Min HIIT Workout for Wheelchair users or anyone who wants/needs to sit down! It’s a tough one but perfect for those with limited time or no access to a gym! Source: Adapt To Perform
Visit Moving Medicine’s Patient Information Finder for condition-specific resources, including fitness plans and practical tips on physical activity for people with dementia. Source: Moving Medicine
Being physically active is a major step toward good heart health. It’s one of your most effective tools for strengthening the heart muscle, keeping your weight under control and… Source: Johns Hopkins Medicine
Physical activity is as an umbrella term for being active. It includes exercise (a planned, structured, repetitive and deliberate program) as well as leisure time activities. Source: Canadian Frailty Network
Daily balance sessions of at least 5 minutes in length can help maintain independence as you age. Source: Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging
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