It can be hard to find the right activity for you and your loved ones with disabilities. This book
contains many tips that will help you to create a routine that is appropriate for your disabled

loved ones. You don’t have to be a runner or go to the gym to enjoy physical activity. Chair-
based exercises can improve your overall health and well-being as much as a workout in a gym.

We analyzed the effects of physical activity on people with disabilities when selecting research
papers. Some studies focused on the impact of physical activity on their daily lives, while others
examined social integration, empowerment, and self-perception. These studies cover issues that
are relevant to people living with disabilities, so it is not surprising that they have similar themes.
They provide insight into how exercise can improve their lives and help them function in different
environments. The study had the goal of exploring the benefits of physical exercise for disabled
people, and how it can help them achieve their personal goals.


The government recommends that adults with disabilities complete at least 150 minutes of
moderate-to-vigorous aerobic physical activity a week. For best results, this activity should be
done in 10-minute intervals throughout the week. Adults with disabilities should also try to
engage in moderate-to-vigorous muscle-strengthening activities that engage all major muscle
groups. Muscle-strengthening can provide additional health benefits for adults with disabilities, in
addition to aerobic activity.

As a result of these findings, the chief medical officers have created a new report and
infographic that addresses the need to increase physical activity for disable people. Increasing
physical activity will benefit mental health and reduce the risk of depression and anxiety.
Physical activity will help you maintain your independence and support daily living activities. You
can do it anywhere, at home, work, or in the community. Only thing that can stop you from
achieving your goals is your motivation!