There are people born with disabilities every day. Many are incredibly
inspiring because they don’t let their disability stand in their way or define them. Fear and anxiety are normal, but there are so many specially designed schools and facilities to accommodate a person with a disability and help them to lead the life they desire.
Fitness should be priority no matter what disability you possess. Everyone is welcome at gyms, including those with disabilities. It’s not uncommon to see people at gyms in wheelchairs, walkers or on crutches. Rising above your circumstances and overcoming obstacles while staying dedicated to your
is very challenging, but also very rewarding
Exercise will keep your body strong and provide you with the
energy you need to have a happy and healthy life, and move through your days efficiently. It also helps reduce stress and can reduce fatigue.
You can consult your doctor or physical therapist to guide you in regards to your best individual options. Working with a professional, you can create a regular exercise and fitness program tailored to your disability. Your disability may have you working harder in some aspects, but by being creative you will be able to find activities that keep your body healthy and fit. Always keep a positive attitude and you’ll be well on your way!