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Experience The Most Effective Strengthening Technique for Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
The Steady-Pace® technique was developed Practical Fitness studios in Austin and Plano, TX. After a successful trial run performing the Steady-Pace® technique with participants from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Practical Fitness Studios teamed up with Tina Warring, Director of Physical Therapy at the Central Texas Neurology Consultants. Together, we created MSWorkouts.com, an online exercise program designed exclusively for targeting symptoms relating to MS. Since then, MS Workouts has been helping people across the globe gain better balance, combat foot drop, and increase their strength - all through the MS Workouts on-demand membership platform.
The science-based strengthening technique we've developed called Steady-Pace® is the most effective way to strength train while living with Multiple Sclerosis. By slowing down your movement, we keep your body and joints safe from injury while at the same time engaging your neuromuscular system at a much more meaningful level than traditional exercise. Since Steady-Pace® is a high-intensity and low-impact technique, you will achieve great results by exercising for one hour a week.
Strength training can help you:
- Improve Mobility and Balance
- Control & Alleviate Foot Drop
- Boost Energy
- Lose Weight
- Increase Stamina
What's in the Online 7 Day Strength Camp?
The 7 Day Strength Camp is designed to teach you how to slow down your movements to the Steady-Pace® rhythm. Once you learn how to perform the Steady-Pace® technique, we will slowly and progressively add more exercises throughout the week. Since exercise is only one side of the coin for gaining muscular strength, we will also be focusing on proper nutrition, stretching, and what it means to have "active" rest days. Each day we'll send you a new email by which you can visit the exercises. By the end of the 7 days, you will get a full-body exercise routine that you get to keep FOREVER. It is the same type of routine that we give to our members - and you will get it for free, to perform on a weekly basis. Results come from challenging and conditioning your muscles. Therefore, we suggest performing the full-body exercise routine, 2-3 times a week, with at least one day of rest between sessions.
Strength training means challenging your body to build muscle. It is the most effective way to communicate to the body "give me more strength!" By making a habit of strength training, you will get muscular strength results because your body will adapt to the exercise you performing. Your body is an amazing thing. When you challenge it, it finds a way to overcome.
7 Day Schedule:
Day 1 - Lower Body Exercises
Day 2 - Upper Body & Core Exercises
Day 3 - Stretches & Active Rest
Day 4 - Lower Body, Upper Body & Core Exercises (Trying to beat your results from Days 1 & 2)
Day 5 - Nutritional Fundamentals
Day 6 - Foot Drop Exercises
Day 7 - Full Body Exercise Routine (All Exercises & Stretches combined)
100% free. No credit card required.
Whether you use a wheelchair, walker, or stand unassisted, this Strength Camp has exercises for everyone.
7 Day Can Do Camp
Over the next seven days you will learn how to
strengthen your entire body, improve balance,
combat foot drop, and so much more.
Brought to you by Can Do MS
See what people are saying about MS Workouts:
Paula - Love your videos. Thanks. So excited an exercise plan for people w MS.
Fariha - Also want to thank you for the YouTube videos and much appreciation from Bangladesh :)
Heather - Your explanations are spot-on and the enthusiasm is absolutely contagious! Not only do I have MS, but I have severe hyper flexibility in my knees and I am fighting every day to still be able to walk. Thank you so much for all the information!
William - Excellent, very well done presentation. Thank you.
Aleksander - Thank you so much guys greetings from Germany.
Pratik - Hello, this video is very helpful. I am suffering from Foot drop.
Dale - OMG. I have been doing this for the past few days, and my hips are feeling like they're brand new. Such a simple fix. Thank you so much.
Marion - Very good and you made it doable encouraging. Looking forwards to the next session... tomorrow thank you.
KLA - You are the best thaaank you.
Joyce - Thank you, Jeff. Are those Chuck Taylor's you're wearing?
Victor - I STOPPED GOING TO MY THERAPIST, I GOT BETTER INFO FROM YOU.
Kimbers - Love ur videos. So glad I found ur channel.
Vivien - Thank you for these motivational videos because doing exercise alone does not motivate me.
Elena - I love the way you explain things! Sharing some of this with people I know who need it!
Parker - I don't have MS, but these exercises are insanely overlooked in normal workout programs. Also I love the enthusiasm!
ADE - Loved watching this, will pick this up for tomorrow's and onward... :D Seems to be less exhausting then many. Updated: having just your guided video to work with (no mirrors) I definitely felt this, my body tremors were very active, disengagement came easily, I am so excited to do it again in the morning and maybe disengage a little later next time! :D
Janice - Man, this is great! THANK YOU for being there for those of us who want to be fit and as mobile as possible!
Nicole - Dude....your awesome!! Great for a stroke victim some of his exercises seem good for me as well.
Quinta - So great exercises! Thanks! My right ankle is so weak, I can barely walk, thankfully I am still able to turn. So last chance to workout. Thank you!!!
Nancy - thank you so much they really motivated me to start exercising again with my MS
John - So glad I found your channel. Former dancer here with PPMS & atrophied muscles, esp calves. Can't even stand up & down on tippy toes anymore. Looking forward to rebuilding. Thanks for showing us how.
Shakeem - This is the best thing ever! Thank you, MS Workouts!!
Lenny - Thank you so much for the videos! They really motivated me to start exercising again with my Ms.
Carlos - great exercises and stretches for people with MS!, thanks
Don't have MS?
Strength training benefits other illnesses too. Literally anyone and everyone can benefit from this Strength Camp.