How To Exercise With Limited Mobility
People with limited mobility may think exercising is out of reach. However, there are ways to get active even if one can’t move around a lot. One option is to find an NDIS-registered Personal Trainer.
NDIS-registered Personal Trainers specialise in working with people with disabilities. These Personal Trainers can design an exercise program that fits your specific needs and abilities. Another option is to join a class or group designed for people with limited mobility. These classes or sessions often use adaptive equipment and modified movements so everyone can participate. There are also many exercises that you can do at home with little or no equipment. It is important to find something that works for you and stick with it. Regular exercise can help improve your overall health and quality of life, so it’s worth the effort.
How can Fit Your Ability help you through NDIS?
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides funding for Personal Trainers who can work with you to develop an exercise program tailored to your needs and abilities. In our case, we are registered to the seven-line items: Assistance With Daily Personal Activities, Development Of Daily Care And Life Skills, Household Tasks, Participation In Community, Social And Civic Activities, Group And Centre-Based Activities, Exercise Physiology And Personal Training, and Innovative Community Participation.
Our Personal Trainers can come to your home or meet you at a local gym, park, or community centre. We can also provide tips on how to make the most of your limited mobility. In addition, our Personal Trainers are qualified to work with people with disabilities, so you can be sure you’re getting the best possible care. When choosing a Personal Trainer, be sure to ask about their experience working with people with limited mobility. With the right Personal Trainer, you can stay active and live a healthy lifestyle with the right Personal Trainer.
Exercising with limited mobility doesn’t have to be difficult or dangerous. With the help of an NDIS-registered Personal Trainer, you can stay healthy and active despite your disability. Your Personal Trainer will also be able to provide support and motivation to help you stick to your exercise program. They can provide encouragement and advice on how to make the most of your limited mobility.
If you’re looking for a way to get active and improve your health, regardless of your disability or mobility issues, personal training may be the right option. NDIS-registered Personal Trainers can work with you to create a tailored program that will help you meet your fitness goals, whatever they may be. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
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