It’s important to maintain your fitness as much as possible – you can start slowly and build up over time. For people living with a disability, there are ways and means of getting your fitness levels up to speed.
For starters, it’s important that you let your doctor, physiotherapist or health care provider, as well as your support team, know that you have plans to start a regular exercise pattern. Most likely, they will be very supportive of your efforts. At SESA Fitness we will talk to you about finding ways to exercise which will suit your individual needs and disability. You can also talk to your family and friends so that they can cheer you on as you get active. Why don’t encourage them to even join you!To help you achieve your exercise goals, you may also be eligible for funding such as through to NDIS. Talk to your service provider. You can also contact SESA Fitness to discuss this option for you and what you may be eligible for. As soon as you get started, you will start to feel the benefits of a good exercise – and any type of exercise can help, physically, mentally and even emotionally.
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