Get Going! Keep on track with a variety of activities

Stran, Margaret
January 2011
PN;Jan2011, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p54
Trade Publication
The article offers various health-promoting activities for people with disabilities. It suggests that one should go for a walk in trails, golf course or parks, and should sprint up and down the ramps for about 30 minutes. It also emphasizes the important benefits of doing yoga exercises. Moreover, it recommends that one should choose an activity offered in a gym including swimming, weight-lifting and bag punching.


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