Living with disability is never easy. There are a lot of limitations in performing your everyday routine. Some find it hard to use a public transportation while others are having challenges finding job.

With the many challenges that a disabled person is facing every day, this should not be an excuse to live an unhealthy lifestyle.

The Invictus Active Trainer is a great fitness equipment designed specifically for wheelchair users. It is an ideal solution that aims to improve overall fitness, balance, and pushing technique.

The Invictus Active Trainer designers are wheelchair users themselves. This product came to be as an answer to the problems of fitness equipment for wheelchair users: not mobile, heavy, and unavailable in most areas.

Does being strapped to your wheelchair limit you in doing many things?

Do you sometimes feel frustrated that you can’t do as much as you want to because you’ve been in a wheelchair for quite some time?

Being in a wheelchair is certainly not a bed of roses, but it does not mean that you should get used to the idea of a limited lifestyle.

Physically disabled wheelchair users sometimes find it difficult to keep track of their weight, and any possible gain in weight, as they cannot always stand upright independently on a standard weight scale.  However, now on the market are scales specifically designed for wheelchair users.These scales have ramps that allow the user to wheel himself/herself onto the scale and, once they are in place, the scale will give an accurate reading.

Being a wheelchair user is not easy. You need to have strong hands to be able to roll the wheels and go from one place to another. It requires patience because the two wheels are attached directly parallel to the body. With this, you need to exert effort because you also need to carry the weight of your body. Now you do not have to worry anymore because freewheel attachment is the answer to your trouble.

Most people have no problem throwing on a pair of shoes and going out over rough terrain. Wheelchair users face a different situation: most wheelchairs are designed to be pushed over flat surfaces without much in the way of obstacles. Add in the fact that pushing a wheelchair can be very tiring over an extended time such as a long day out in a city and you can see wheelchair users certainly don’t have it easy. This presents a particular challenge for wheelchair users, especially those who want to live a more independent or active lifestyle.

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