Exercising with Limited Mobility (Infographic)

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"The more injuries you get, the smarter you get." - Mikhail Baryshnikov

Last fall, I wrote about one of our Core Flyte customers, Carolyn, "got her groove back" after a series of injuries by finding new ways -- including using Core Flytes -- to exercise in order to gain flexibility, build strength, and ultimately recover. A solid core is a key requirement for exercising through, and recovering from, injuries -- for both average active folks and professional athletes. Those who are disabled and have limited mobility have unique challenges for staying active yet there are certainly ways for them to do so.

I hope you find the below infographic provided to us by Victoria Abbott-Fleming, founder of chronic pain charity Burning Lights, both useful and informative.

An Exercise Guide for People with Limited Mobility

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We'd love to hear from you. What tips do you have for adjusting your exercise routine due to injury? Comment below or on our Facebook page or tweet us at @flytefitness.

Be Flyte Fit,

Jeremy Greenberg
Co-Founder & CEO
Flyte Fitness

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