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Strength Training with a Disability

More Strength Means Greater Independence

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Great article for those that need restriction and good suggestions. I love them and theses are very doable for the most part. Report
Thank you for writing an article that is so helpful for those of us with disabilities. Report
Great article! Report
I really have appreciated Coach Nicole's seated chair exercises. I started using them when I joined SparkPeople and use them when I am in the midst of recovery from joint surgery or recovering from an illness. Report
Thank You for a great article. Report
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PARSLEIGH
Thanks for this article. I found it very helpful. I am not in a wheelchair but sometimes have balance issues. Report
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Love the LISTS for Seated strength training and SparkPeople's Adaptable Exercises! The videos are so helpful to me. Thank you, thank you! Report
I am not disabled but this article was full of great info that I can use. Thanks for posting! Report
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Planning to use many of these exercises to get my day started. After I do my morning Meditation, I will do some Marching to warm up and then move into these exercises. AWESOME SPARK PEOPLE!! Report
Thank you for the article.. great info
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This is what I love about my Spark People. All inclusive. I'm disabled but able to do ALL these exercises but only Spark has made them available to me as of yet. I was just looking for a calorie counter app, boy did I get SO much more when I found SP! Report
This is what I love about my Spark People. All inclusive. I'm disabled but able to do ALL these exercises but only Spark has made them available to as of yet. I was just looking for a calorie counter app, boy did I get SO much more when I found SP! Report
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