Inclusion, physical activity and quality of life for people with disabilities
Keywords:Human Rights, Muscle Strength, Paraplegia, People with Disabilities, Resistance Training
Several social spaces have been attended by people with disabilities. The universities include some of them, in this context we point out the Don Bosco Catholic University, in which through the University Extension Project Vida Nova, mainly serves people with spinal cord injuries with physical activities and resistance exercises. At the head of the project are coordinating teachers and students, with participation from the Physical Education and Nutrition courses. After the anamnesis, the training routines are elaborated, attending the requirements and limitations of each person. The objective is to present the work of adapted exercises carried out in the project with the members with physical disabilities. Seven individuals participate in the project in the morning, two of them female and five male, with ages between 24 and 61, an average of 44.85 years. Currently, the project serves around 15 people with physical disabilities, having the thera band as the most used means of adaptation. Future studies on the implementation of adapted gyms can be carried out, considering the interdisciplinary relevance of the theme, which in addition to involving courses in the health area, can cover other areas such as engineering and exacting for floor plan making and budgeting.
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