Liz Johnson using General Purpose aids in the gym. Adaptive gym equipment. Suitable for reduced hand function: tetra, quad, cerebral palsy, SCI, spinal cord injury, limb difference, stroke and more.

Active Hands Help Paralympic Athletes Overcome Poor Hand Grip

Michelle Stilwell Double Paralympic Champion in T52 Wheelchair Racing at 100m and 200m (Beijing), Michelle is a triple world record holder and a key member of Canada’s Paralympic Team in London. Michelle uses General Purpose Aids in the gym and Looped Exercise Aids to train on her handbike. “Could not have enjoyed the ride without …

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Rob and Jo bike riding. Rob using Looped aids to hold handbike handles

Brazilian Adventure Pays Dividends for Leamington Handbiker

Gruelling is not a word to apply lightly to a charity bike ride, but during Regain Trust’s recent adventure competitors were certainly made to work hard for their reward. Regain is a charity for sports tetraplegics, and organises bike rides to help raise awareness and vital funds. This year’s adventure took over forty competitors, including three hand …

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