Stage – Disabled Gym

Stage One

Wheelchair class: severe balance issues while sitting, impairment in dominant arm or both arms due to severe spinal cord injury or polio.

  • Severe balance issues while sitting
  • Severe spinal cord injury
  • Polio
  • Dominant arm impairment
  • Limited upper limb functionality

Stage Two

Wheelchair class: low to moderate levels of balance issues while sitting, normal upper limb functionality due to lower level spinal cord injury or cerebral palsy.

  • Low to moderate levels of balance issues while sitting
  • Normal arm function
  • Lower level spinal cord injury
  • Cerebral palsy

Stage Three

Wheelchair class: normal trunk functionality, balance and use of upper limbs. Ambulant class (workout in sitting position): difficulty moving or severe balance problems. Reduced upper limb function. Disabylities caused by spinal cord injuries, amputations, genetic diseases, neurological conditions etc.

  • Wheelchair class: normal trunk functionality
  • Normal upper limbs functionality
  • Ambulant class: difficulty moving or severe balance problems. Workout in sitting position.
  • Reduced upper limb function.
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Amputations
  • Genetic diseases
  • Neurological conditions

Stage Four

Ambulant class: minimal issues with trunk, severe issues with limb functionality due to different amputations.

  • Minimal issues with trunk
  • Severe issues with limb functionality
  • Amputations
  • Joint stiffness

Stage Five

Ambulant class: minimal issues with trunk and limb functionality

  • Minimal issues with trunk
  • Minimal issues with limb functionality
  • Joint stiffness
  • Short stature