The world is changing drastically, especially with everything that is going on in the world. The quarantine has made lives difficult for a lot of people, especially people who find everyday life difficult as is. So, what can you do if you are stuck at home? Eat? Sleep? Or watch more Netflix? Although all these things are a perfect answer, the better and more productive answer has to be exercised. The one thing that the quarantine has taken away from people from all walks of life is the gym life.

For most people, it is quite challenging to start exercising as is, but for people who have a physical disability or have any other mobility problem, it is even more difficult.

Our houses and homes aren’t equipped with helping people who need additional help with movement. So, in this article, you will find out about some easy-to-do exercise that can be done by people with mobility or disability issues.

Motivation Booster

One thing is for certain, that starting is the hardest part. You might have wanted to start an exercise routine for yourself since years but haven’t gotten around to it for some reason or the other. A movement coach is sure to help you find that burst of motivation that gets you going and find your flow.

Knowledge Enhancing

A problem many can face in the beginning of an exercise routine is a lack of knowledge of how much we can move and how it will affect our bodies. A movement coach will be able to help come up with a personalised plan for you considering different factors such as your age, size, height, weight and medical history and also help you understand the methodology behind it.

Health Education

Increasing age earns an increasing risk of health complications such that there are certain moving limits you shouldn’t be pushing past. Your movement coach can help identify those limitations. Moreover there are many times where different body aches can be soothed by doing certain exercises and they can increase your awareness on that.

Knowledge Enhancing

A problem many can face in the beginning of an exercise routine is a lack of knowledge of how much we can move and how it will affect our bodies. A movement coach will be able to help come up with a personalised plan for you considering different factors such as your age, size, height, weight and medical history and also help you understand the methodology behind it.

Consistency

Either you have too little time or too much work. It happens that you aren’t able to manage a workout plan around your daily activities. Your movement coach will help you organise time slots such that you’re able to consistently follow and maintain your efforts.

Keeping Track

A movement coach can also help in keeping track of exactly how many calories you’re burning, how much weight you’re losing and how much more you need to. Outline daily, weekly or monthly goals for you to follow.

Mixing It Up

Combining different methods of exercise are a great way to keep yourself dedicated to your fitness goals. If that is something for you, your movement coach can refer you to other disciplinary movement coaches in the fitness world.

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