- General Disclaimer/Introduction
- Information on Multiple Sclerosis
- Abdominal Crunch
- Cat Stretch
- Knee Tucks (Side Sitting Position)
- Rock Stretch (Hands and Knees)
- Straight Leg Abduction From Side Lying Position
- Arm Circles from Side Lying Position
- Clam Lift from Side Lying Position
- Pelvic Tilt
- Straight Leg Extension (Face Down Position)
- Run Walk or Roll your way to a 5k!
- Focus on Secondary Condition Prevention: Walking Program to Reduce Secondary Conditions in Adolescents with Autism
- Video Review: Fitness 1-2-3™ Video on Balance/Core Training
- Strength Training Video for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Warm-Up Stretching
- First Steps to Active Health: Balance and Flexibility Exercises for Older Adults
- A community-based fitness and mobility exercise program for older adults with chronic stroke: A randomized controlled trial
- Walk Your Way to Fitness
- Exercise Guidelines for People with Disabilities
- Aquatic Therapy
- The Right to Fitness
- Role of mechanical power estimates in the O2 cost of walking in children with cerebral palsy.
- Volkssport: The Foundations for a Lifetime of Good Health
- Balance Exercises
- Walk to School Day Celebrates National Efforts to Promote More Walkable (Wheelable), Active Communities
- Fitness Handout For Staff and Caregivers
- Parkinson's Disease
- Stepping in the Right Direction: The Development of a Functional Walking Program
- Exercises to Improve Gait Abnormalities
- The Efficacy of a 9-Month Treadmill Walking Program on the Exercise Capacity and Weight Reduction for Adolescents with Severe Autism
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 stretching and strengthening exercises for people with multiple sclerosis.