Range of Motion

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Range of Motion

Remember the importance of all areas of health when improving range of motion.

Depravity in one area can hinder the ability to improve range of motion. Access yourself on numerous fitness/performance metrics, including:

  • Physical fitness/ cardiorespiratory endurance
  • Clinical factors (i.e. blood pressure, cholesterol)
  • Psychological factors (i.e. stress, depression)
  • Body composition factors (i.e. body fat percentage, lean muscle mass)

    If you have one specific area of pain or injury, find specific exercises tailored for your abilities or find a fitness instructor qualified to work with you.


The following information has been collected by Living Well With A Disability from various sources to provide individuals who would like to live well with their disability suggestions for obtaining their highest level of physical health and well-being. While we believe this information to be accurate, we make no guarantees. All individuals should consult their personal physician prior to changing their diet or exercise habits, and prior to making any health decisions.

Under no circumstances shall CILCP or its employees be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages which may result in any way from your use of the information included as part of the Living Well With A Disability website.

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