Category Archives: Modified Movement

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Fitness for Less: Working out on a Budget

Article by Mayo Clinic Staff via doing a handstand.

Working out at the gym or with a personal trainer can be wonderful, but it’s not always affordable, which is why we wanted to share these great tips for working out on a budget from the Mayo Clinic. How can you slim down with soup cans, milk jugs, and step stools? Find out below!

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Water Aerobics and Synchronized Swimming Classes in Riverside!

A great way to workout and stay cool this summer!

Article by: Linda Hicks, Riverside Aerobic and Water Aerobic Instructor

Linda Hicks leads a water aerobics class. Photo Credit: Press Enterprise, 2010


The City of Riverside in partnership with the Riverside AQuettes and the Parks & Recreation Department is offering water aerobics classes at Shamel Pool on Arlington Avenue in the city of Riverside. It’s all about having fun and getting fit!

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Exercise For Everyone

Exercise For The Disabled

Article by: Laura Winston via

Man Doing Tai-Chi

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Disabled people have limited mobility, so exercise is vital to keep the blood flowing, improve circulation and to allow them to remain as healthy as possible.There are various exercises that disabled people can do to keep them as active as they possibly can be. Disabled people who exercise are less likely to be admitted to hospital as a result of illness, according to a report written by Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association.

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