Cognitive Disability Fitness is an exercise program that goes at a slower pace, still while keeping it safe, effective, and fun. It is perfect for anyone, especially those needing a slower paced workout due to Alzheimer’s or other dementias, stroke, and more. They are great workouts to incorporate into a daily routine if the participant is at home, or in memory care or an assisted living community.
In this exercise video Meredith is guiding you through a slow and easy to follow seated cardio routine. Seated cardio exercises are a great way to build up your cardiovascular system in a safe and controlled manner. Seated exercises are great for anyone who may have knee or hip issues or just prefers to be in the seated position for comfort.
This is a full seated exercise focused on slower movements for those who may have challenges with cognitive disabilities. Remember to only do moves that you feel comfortable with and that don’t cause any pain or discomfort. Keep your water close by and take breaks when you need to.
Have a great workout!