Fitness for People with Disabilities is a book for everyone. Have you started dieting only to end up elbow-deep in a bag of chips one week later? It’s for you. What about people who start a vigorous exercise routine for a month and take a quick 1000 rest days after that? Yep, it’s for them too. Do you face additional challenges in your fitness journey? Come join the bandwagon. This book explores what it means to be fit and how to get there, offering suggestions for people who face additional barriers. While barriers come in all shapes and sizes, this book focuses on overcoming mobility issues, cardiovascular disease, and neurodegenerative diseases in the pursuit of fitness. Beyond analyzing common pitfalls that work against fitness and methods of overcoming them, Fitness for People with Disabilities also discusses diets and exercises that you might just enjoy. Don’t believe me? Well, I guess you’ll just have to read the book to find out.
- Publication Date
- Mar 3, 2022
- Health & Fitness
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Matthew Witiw, By (author): Austin Mardon, Edited by: Riley Witiw, Edited by: Catherine Mardon, Cover design or artwork by: Josh Harnack