Do people with disabilities find it more difficult to lose weight? If you yourself have a disability, have you ever been told by others what you can’t do in the gym? BBC news spoke to Kris Saunders-Stowe about wheelchair spin classes and all other matter of fitness regimes available to disabled people at the gym. Kris Saunders-Stow is a wheelchair user.
What you’ll find when you listen to what Kris Saunders-Stow (in the player below) is that while there are indeed accessibility challenges at fitness centers like the YMCA, schools and commercial gyms, people with disabilities can find fun and effective ways to keep their body in the best possible shape while also gaining a sense of community.
Once you hear how Kris Saunders-Stow remains consistent about making an exercise regime part of daily life, you’ll realize there is nothing stopping you from doing the same thing. Whatever your challenges might be, child care, working long hours, lack of partner support, there are work arounds that will allow you to reach your fitness goals, even if it might take a little longer.
The first step is to call Women First OB/GYN today and make a consultation appointment. At Women First experienced professionals will listen, without judgement, while you explain how you’d like to transform your body. Then Women First will help you determine which body transformation solution is best for you.
It may be Sculpsure, the Women First body sculpting solution that is non invasive and only takes fifteen minutes.
It may be the Women First Managed Weight Loss Program which gives you the coaching, education and food you need to make healthy nutrition and exercise a lifelong habit.
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If Kris Saunders-Stow, who is in a wheelchair, can reach fitness goals, you have no excuse. Call Women First today to start your body transformation journey.