“Using Practical Solutions to Harness the Power of the Brain to Move Better, Faster, Longer, Stronger”
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Walk-BEST while practicing social/physical distancing
Walk-BEST Workbook: This book is for anyone who needs to improve one or more aspects of walking: quality, quantity and enjoyment.
The Walk-BEST Workbook includes:
- Self-assessment plan with pictures and step by step instructions on how to perform the assessment.
- Set of exercises that match the walking element assessed with pictures.
- Instructions for how to access an app that you can use on your phone or iPad.
Find out more about the Walk-BEST Workbook.
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Chair-Based Exercise Programme
This video was created by health care professionals at Oxford-Brookes University. It is especially suited for people with restricted mobility who can’t get out an exercise. Provided to Physiobiometrics by Dr. Helen Dawes