Limited Mobility Must Not Limit Exercise
By Victoria Abbott-Flemming, Burning Nights
People with limited mobility can find it hard to exercise regularly for a number of reasons. Not only do they face physical challenges; it is also quite likely that they may be self-conscious about it, fearing that they might pick up an injury or feel intimidated. However, thanks to technological innovations, and coupled with support from friends and colleagues, it is very achievable for people with limited mobility to obtain regular exercise.
The following infographic from British chronic pain charity Burning Nights looks at how people with limited mobility can overcome any potential barriers to exercising, identifies the different types of exercise in which they can partake and mentions some of the equipment that is designed specifically for people with disabilities who wish to exercise. Also, there are some very practical tips for exercising with limited mobility, and a list of reasons as to why it is so beneficial to the disability community.
As the founder of the Burning Nights charity, I created this infographic to encourage people with disabilities to take up exercise if they have not done so already, as it will make a huge difference not just to their physical health, but also do wonders for their self-confidence.
About the Author:
Victoria Abbott-Fleming is the founder of British chronic pain charity Burning Nights. She suffered an accident at work during her mid-20s and was subsequently diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). In 2014 she created a website to generate awareness of CRPS and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, and this grew steadily into the Burning Nights charity to which she now devotes her life. She is passionate about growing awareness of chronic pain conditions and providing a support network for fellow sufferers to join a community of like-minded people.Pre-Register for Abilities Expo Today...It's Free!