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Fitness training after a stroke can improve physical fitness and mobility, but can require a lot of effort and motivation. Examples of fitness training include Nordic walking, treadmills, or exercise bikes.
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gym, cardio, strength, muscle, fit, fitness, physical activity, therapy, rehab, rehabilitation, mobility, function, stroke, recovery
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Rated on: 12/5/2018 9:28:32 PM
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