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KINISIFORO Adapted Training Unit the ideal device for:

  1. Seniors leaving in an elderly house or Geriatric clinic

  2. Institutions or special schools for children or adults with physical or mental disabilities.

  3. City Gyms or wellness centre to give the opportunity to people with various disabilities to exercise together with healthy people in a healthy environment.

The Kinisiforo Adapted Training Unit can be adjusted easily to people with various disabilities according to their body characteristics in order   to improve their Physical performance and improve their immune System, which is a key factor to fight against Covid -19.

This unit Can be adapted if there is any disability or deformity to upper or lower extremities .

Kinisiforo can offer assistive aerobic exercise with 100% safetyness to secure the intensity of the exercise based on their cardiovascular level.  

The Importance of Aerobic Exercise for seniors and people with various disabilities through Kinisiforo are:

  1. Improves cardiovascular conditioning.

  2. Decreases risk of heart disease.

  3. Lowers blood pressure.

  4. Increases HDL or "good" cholesterol.

  5. Helps to better control blood sugar.

  6. Assists in weight management and/or weight loss.

  7. Improves lung function.

  8. Decreases resting heart rate.

  9. Improves immune system

  10. Improves range of motion and flexibility to all joints.

  11. Improve muscle strengthening

  12. Decrease pain due to immobility

  13. Aids sleep

  14. Improve psychological status




1. Improves cardiovascular health

Aerobic exercise is recommended by the American Heart Association and by most doctors to people with, or at risk for, heart disease. That’s because exercise strengthens heart and helps it more efficiently pump blood throughout the body.

Cardiovascular exercise can also help lower blood pressure, and keep your arteries clear by raising “good” high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol and lowering “bad” low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels in the blood.

If they specifically looking to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, aim for 40 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise between 3 and 4 times each week.

The Kisisiforo Adapted Trainning Unit can be used as a great exercise tool for aerobic exercise for people with various disabilities and can be used:

A) As a passive - active cycling in recunbant position for the legs

B) For specific passive - active exercise for the arm

C) As Elliptical pasiive - active trainning 

D) For ballance exercise 

E) For variation of exercise in vertical position with safety using the special Kinisiforo Harness


2. Lowers blood pressure

Cardiovascular exercise may help to manage symptoms of high blood pressure because exercise can help to lower blood pressure. 

3. Helps regulate blood sugar

Regular physical activity helps regulate insulin levels and lower blood sugar, all while keeping body weight in check. In a study on people with type 2 diabetes, researchers found that any form of movement, either aerobic or anaerobic, may have these effects.

4. Reduces asthma symptoms

Aerobic exercise can help people with asthma lessen both the frequency and severity of asthma attacks. You should still talk to your doctor before beginning a new exercise routine if you have asthma, however. They may recommend specific activities or precautions to help keep you safe while working out.

5. Reduces chronic pain

If they have chronic back pain, cardiovascular exercise — specifically low-impact activities like semi-passive cycling in Kinisiforo in sitting position lmay help to reduce chronic pain and improuve muscle function and endurance. Exercise can also help to lose weight, which may further reduce chronic back pain.

6. Aids sleep

If They having trouble sleeping at night, they can try cardiovascular exercise in  Kinisiforo Adapted Exercise Unit regularly during the week.

A study on individuals with chronic sleep issues revealed that a regular exercise program combined with sleep hygiene education is an effective treatment for insomnia.

Participants engaged in aerobic activity for 16 weeks and then completed questionnaires about their sleep and general mood. The activity group reported better sleep quality and duration, as well as improvements in their daytime wakefulness and vitality.

7. Regulates weight

They may have heard that diet and exercise are the building blocks to weight loss. But aerobic exercise alone may hold the power to help them lose weight and keep it off.

In one study, researchers asked overweight participants to keep their diets the same, but to engage in exercise sessions that would burn either 400 to 600 calories, 5 times a week, for 10 months.

The results showed significant weight loss, between 4.3 and 5.7 percent of their starting weights, for both men and women. Most participants walked or jogged on treadmills for the majority of their exercise sessions. Kinisiforo Adapted Exercise Unit is ideal to replace treadmill or other equipment that people with different disabilities they cannot use.

 Depending on their weight and speed, They may need to use Kinisiforo Adapted Exercise Unit up to 4 miles to burn 400 to 600 calories. Cutting calories in addition to aerobic exercise can reduce the amount of exercise needed to lose the same amount of weight.

8. Strengthens immune system

Researchers at Pennsylvania State University examined active and sedentary women and the impact of exercise on their immune systems.

  • one group exercised on a treadmill for 30 minutes

  • another group did a burst of intense activity over 30 seconds

  • the last group did not exercise

All women had their blood taken before, after, and at different intervals in the days and weeks after these exercise sessions.

The results showed that regular and moderate aerobic exercise increases certain antibodies in the blood called immunoglobulins. That ultimately strengthens the immune system. The sedentary group of women saw no improvement in immune system function and their cortisol levels were much higher than those in the active groups.

9. Improves brain power

The brain starts losing tissue after a person reach the age of 30. 

Scientists have uncovered that aerobic exercise may slow this loss

and improve cognitive performance.

To test this theory, 55 older adults submitted magnetic resonance

imaging (MRI) scans for evaluation.

The participants were then examined to assess their health,

including aerobic fitness. The adults who were most fit showed fewer

reductions in the frontal, parietal, and temporal areas of the brain. Overall, their brain tissue was more robust.

10. Boosts mood

Moving their body may also improve their mood. In one study on individuals with depression, participants walked on a treadmill doing intervals for 30 minutes a session. After 10 days, they were asked to report any changes in their mood.

All participants reported a significant reduction in their symptoms of depression. These results suggest that engaging in exercise, even for a short period of time, may have a big impact on mood.

They don’t need to wait almost two weeks to see improvement. The study results revealed that even a single exercise session may be enough to give them a boost.

11. Reduces risk of falls

One in three people over the age of 65 fall each year. Falls can lead to broken bones, and potentially create lifelong injuries or disabilities. Exercise may help reduce the risk for falls. And is never to late to start exercising because they can have much to gain.

Results from a study on women ages 72 to 87 revealed that aerobic dance, for example, can reduce the risk of falling by promoting better balance and agility. The women worked out for an hour, 3 times a week, for a total of 12 weeks. The dance sessions included plenty of squatting motions, leg balance, and other basic gross motor tasks.

At the end of the study, the women in the control group performed significantly better on tasks like standing on one leg with their eyes closed. They also had better grip strength and reach, all-important physical strengths that can protect the body from falls.

Be sure to talk to your doctor before starting a new workout routine, and start slow. Kinisiforo Adapted Exercise Unit can be a great way to safely exercise. The instructor can tell you if they use it correctly and they can also give them modifications and variations of different exercise on Kinisiforo, if needed, to reduce your risk for injury and maximize their exercise performance.


12. Safe for most people, including seniors and people with various disabilities or physical / mental impairments.

Cardiovascular exercise is recommended for most groups of people, even those who are older or who have chronic health conditions. The key is working with your doctor to find what works best for you and is safe in your particular situation.

Even children should get regular aerobic exercise. In fact, recommendations for kids are slightly higher than for adults. Aim to get your child moving at least 60 minutes Trusted Source or more each day. Moderate activities are good, but kids should get into the vigorous zone at least three

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