Activity is important for all of us, but exercise and physical activity can be particularly beneficial for spinal cord injury (SCI) patients. It can reduce the risk of developing chronic health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure
Exercise is as important for disabled people as it is for everybody else. The physical and psychological benefits have been well documented. With this in mind, the 2018 Future Fit Training report into the physical activity sector market – Raising the Bar – highlighted a number of worrying issues with regard to disabled people and exercise.
The report was produced in conjunction with the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA) and UK
Cyclone’s range of gym equipment is specifically designed for disabled people. The Equalizer 6000 compact multi-gym, for example, can be used
As disability confidence in the fitness sector increases, it’s likely that you’ll start to see Equalizers appearing in public gyms. However, it’s incredibly compact, measuring just 42” wide by 42” long and can also be dismantled to fit through most doors and is ideal for domestic use.
Precision made from heavy-duty steel, the Equalizer 6000 is smooth and silent and boasts great features to give an impressive range of activities.
Get ready for the new improved 2019 VitaGlide
The VitaGlide has long been
For further information about Cyclone Mobility’s range of gymnasium equipment, visit: www.cyclonemobility.com