Nearly there. Come on. Just that little bit more. And she made it!! The littlest things go a long way as Maria tries to straighten her arm while lifting it up and keeping everything aligned. Tricky business where great concentration is involved for what many consider a very simple task!
Progress is being made! #abduction working my #glutes, #latpullldownworking my #lats, and #chestpress working my #pectorals, #triceps and #deltoids
"In exactly 3 weeks time on Wednesday 5 April, I will be undergoing surgery to help correct ongoing problems with my right foot/ ankle/ achilles and future hip and knee issues from my 1996 #stroke. My last surgery on my foot was the year 2000, as I remember going to my high school ball in a moon boot. They were fashionable back then 😄
In preparation to take on post-op rehabilitation by the horns, I have somewhat made the #gym my new home and the gym equipment my new friends 🤣"
#gymworkout #stretching #stronger #tediousexercises#corestrengthening #balance #coordination #motorskills#handeyecoordination #weights #freeweights #handstrengthening#handstretching #musclespasms #muscletightness #musclepain#patience #determination #persistant #active #nopainnogain#positivemindset
Brain Awareness Week (BAW) is the global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. It is to increase community awareness of the potential for improving the long-term health of the brain through lifestyle changes and risk-reduction strategies. The Dana Alliance, based in New York, founded BAW 20 years ago, and continues to administer the campaign alongside the American Society for Neuroscience.
Here is the Brain Awareness Week International Calendar of Events http://www.dana.org/BAW/Calendar/
And events that are taking place in New Zealand http://brainweek.co.nz
The Neurological Foundation of New Zealand has been an official Brain Awareness Week partner for the past ten years. which is a significant public education event with a national programme of ‘Brain Days’ and public lectures.
For one week every #March, #BrainAwarenessWeek unites the global efforts of over 2,200 universities, hospitals, patient groups, government agencies, schools, service organisations and professional organisations in #76countries in a week-long #celebrationofthebrain. During Brain Awareness Week, campaign partners organise creative and innovative activities in their communities to educate and excite people of all ages about the brain and brain research. Events are limited only by the organisers’ imaginations!
Kiwi brain researchers’ world-leading studies on the human brain have led to exciting new insights into the treatment of brain disorders – their work has also helped to raise awareness of the huge importance of brain health and the vital need for continuing research. The Neurological Foundation has been sponsoring New Zealand’s neurological researchers for over forty years and has simultaneously been building public brain health awareness. We are excited to be both a part of the history, and a cornerstone of the future of #neuroscience!
"People with invisible disabilities face a daily dilemma of whether to conceal or reveal their conditions to colleagues" A dilemma those who have had a #stroke or other hidden disabilities at a young age are constantly faced with now and in the future
Where to begin on this amazing guy?! Nick is a warrior through and through. Fifteen years ago Nick suffered a #stroke during a rugby game, leaving the then 27-year-old with locked-in syndrome...
Find out more by watching:
And here is a bonus in-depth article. Highly recommended! www.sportsground.co.nz/nickchisholm