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Aerobics Guide

Aerobics Guide

By on Oct 15, 2013 in Handbooks, Organization, Volunteers, Caretakers | 4 comments

Aerobics programs contain activities which are performed as exercises of body shaping and movements in a particular rhythm. These movements are mostly cyclic and acyclic, and they imply synchronized movements of hands, legs and the entire body, most usually along with the musical support. Aerobics and step aerobics have been the essence of group programs for a number of years. Aerobics classes offer various types of exercises and equipment. The fitness industry does not spare money when it comes to innovations. The manufacturers obtain a patent for various exercise equipment and movements in hopes of creating a new trend.

Aerobics Guide


  1. I found aerobics guide very useful for traniners and volunteers supporting people with disabilities. I hope that it will help to increase the number of people with disabilities doing aerobic exercises on regular basis.


    December 14, 2013

  2. This is fantastic handbook, very usefull…


    December 16, 2013

  3. When working out I believe the key thing is motivation. That’s why I just love innovative aerobic exercises. I love to dance, so Zumba was for a while a perfect pick for me. But now I would like to move to something new – to keep me interested and eager to work out.


    December 19, 2013

  4. An interesting guide to use of aerobic exercises for people with special needs. It would be easy to adopt many other activities as well… and it doesn’t have to be for people with disabilities it could be done for elderly… physical activity should be reserved for the young only.


    December 23, 2013

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