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Working Out with AT

A common misconception that you may have is that participating in physical activity is not a possibility for you because of your disability. This is a myth that needs to be dispelled along with the belief that all exercise equipment is inaccessible. This is not the case at all! Assistive technology (AT) exercise equipment designed specifically for people with disabilities is available on the market. Also, some of the workout equipment available on the market is universally designed, which means that it is purposefully designed to support exercisers of varying heights, proportions, and abilities. This guide will take you on an exploratory tour of some of the different types of exercise equipment that are available.

Date Published: 
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

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