- General Disclaimer/Introduction
- Information on Multiple Sclerosis
- Diaphragmatic Breathing
- Deep Breathing with Arm Raising
- Deep Breathing with Arm Raising - Seated Position
- Knee Hugs
- Knee Hugs - Seated Position
- Apple Picking From Hands and Knees
- Apple picking From Side Seated Position
- Lower Back and Knee Swings
- Upper Body Turns - Seated Position
- Focus on Secondary Condition Prevention: Promoting Enabling and Empowering Fitness Environments to Increase Exercise and Improve Health for People with Multiple Sclerosis
- Exercise Increases Brain Power in People with Multiple Sclerosis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Prescribing Physical Activity for People with Disabilities Requires More than General Guidelines
- Exercise Intervention Research on Persons with Disabilities
- Community Voice: Horse Therapy Renews a Life
- Health promotion practices in women with multiple sclerosis.
- Multiple Sclerosis and Nutrition
- Resistance Training Improves Gait Kinematics in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis
Funding for this videoclip series has been provided by:
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- Before starting any exercise program, please consult with your doctor to make sure that it is safe for you to exercise.
- Muscular strength, flexibility and conditioning exercises are important components of any well balanced exercise program. These exercises are geared to increase the strength of our muscles, increase joint range of motion and improve cardiovascular functioning. In this first of a four-part series, we will highlight some key exercises, which can enable you to efficiently perform and enjoy our daily tasks and activities.
In this series we feature warm-up and range of motion exercises for people with multiple sclerosis.