A car accident 35 years ago left Frank paralyzed. And as with many major life events that impact our health, this completely changed his life. Frank was athletic and worked construction. What was he to [...]
....by Emma Reyes Everybody knows the physical consequences of spinal cord injury (SCI); damage to the spinal cord may result in permanent loss of function below the level of injury. However, what do people actually [...]
With 10 levels of resistance that increase incrementally, there’s a level of resistance for everyone. Want to build up slowly? Start with the lower levels. A competitive athlete? The upper levels will allow you to [...]
A common problem with manual wheelchair users is shoulder impingement, a repeat movement of your arm and shoulder that traps and compresses the rotator cuff tendons. But it’s not just wheelchair users who suffer from [...]
Now you can set your workout goals on the VitaGlide® by using the Glide Factor™. A proprietary feature, the Glide Factor™ allows you to set your time, your resistance, and your work goal to build [...]
By Mark S. Nash, Ph.D., FACSM, FASIA Declining health and fitness are commonly known to accompany spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D). Physical deconditioning and weakening of the upper limbs m...
Mike Infante is one of a kind. Going above and beyond the normal status quo of life, Mike puts a different perspective into that. Coming from Sacramento, California, is 20 year old Mike Infante. He is...