Visually Impaired Fitness and Dance
Being unable to see doesn’t mean that you can’t stay fit!
A life style change is right here ,and what better way to enjoy it than by exercising, dancing and stretching with this fabulous program of exercise for the bling!
In these programs I focus in progress and fun with very descriptive verbal instructions providing fast learning and easy follow when performing the exercises.
There are several barriers that often prevent people with vision loss from engaging in physical activities. They include:
Lack of motivation, energy or time,
Fear of getting hurt,
The inaccessibility to reach classes,
Difficulty of transit,
Lack of information to helpful resources,
Trouble learning new physical activities.
My fitness for the blind programs will take care of you and I will cover all these barriers.
In my videos you can feel the high energy and choose the style of exercise training for the low vision you are looking for. From full body standing up workout, to sitting, lying, stretching or dancing, you can choose the best video to have fun and get back into health and shape.
Once you commit t my program, think of exercise for the blind as part of your daily routine. Set short-term, plus, modest, realistic goals to build confidence and enthusiasm, making exercise for visually impaired more fun.
My exercise routines are interesting, fun and upbeat and were programed to fit your personality and daily lifestyle , so you are more likely to maintain it.
Even when you are feeling tired or stressed, try to maintain your program. You will feel better after your workout.
Exercise for the blind focus on your successes, no matter how small. Remember, persistence is the secret for your success.
Just as it is important to challenge yourself physically to achieve your goals, it is also important to know when to limit physical activity. If you’ve recently had an eye operation, a serious illness, or a change in your vision, modify your exercise program to reduce the risk of complications.
Terminate exercise if you experience loss or dimming of vision, new floaters (spots or shapes floating through vision) or light flashes or other symptoms.