When traditional training methods aren’t an option, people with disabilities can still obtain the benefits of physical activity

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

When physical disability precludes traditional exercise activities like walking, there are still effective ways to obtain the benefits of regular training. For example, some individuals with disabilities may be able to swim, while others may gain from performing well-designed chair-seated workouts. The National Center on Physical Activity and Disability offers practical ideas on exercise for people with physical limitations. For more information, click on below to visit the NCPAD website.





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