HealthBeat® Mobility - Proper Use
Video features the proper use of the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Mobility Ramp system.
[video: Scene fades into a man dressed in a warm up track suit standing next to a woman dressed in workout clothes. They both stand next by the Mobility Ramp system. The system consists of a slight inclined ramp with two steps at the end with hand railings. Chris Nelson a certified fitness trainer explains the proper use of the exercise equipment.]
Chris: The Health Beat Mobility Ramp. This ramp is designed to give those who maybe have limited lower body mobility or who are recovering from an injury and opportunity to exercise their legs and also provide a way to build flexibility and balance. So, to begin we’ll go ahead and step up the stairs. While gripping the bars and then walking down the ramp. And help balance yourself on the way down.]
Video: The woman begins walking up the stairs while she holds onto the hand railings on either side of her. The camera switches to a back-side view as she reaches the top of the stairs. She slowly walks down the ramp. The camera switches back to a full view of Chris standing at the Mobility Ramp as the woman reaches the end of the ramp.]
Chris: And we can have the user turn around and go back up the ramp while doing the same thing gripping the bars and making sure they keep balanced on the way up.
[video: The woman turns around and begins walking up the ramp while holding on to both hand railings on either side of her. The camera zooms in for a close-up side view of the woman as she holds onto the railings while walking up the ramp. Camera switches to a front view as the woman walks down the system stairs, the scene fades to black.]
Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Mobility station.
[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Mobility informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a full view of the Mobility and connecting Tai Chi Wheel station. A man walks up the Mobility ramp while holding onto the hand rails while a woman seated in a wheelchair rotates the discs at the Tai Chi Wheels. The woman laughs at the Tai Chi Wheel station. Scene switches to a front view of the man as he reaches the top of the ramp. The camera pulls back for a full view of both the stations while the man begins to step down the Mobility steps. The camera switches back to a front view of the man as he steps down the stars of the station. The camera pulls back again for a full view of both the stations as the man steps down onto the ground from the station steps. A woman walks up to the woman seated in the wheelchair at the Tai Chi Wheels. She grabs the wheelchair push handles. Scene switches to a front view of the man as he turns around at the bottom of the Mobility stairs. He
shakes his fingers before climbing up the stairs. The man walks up the stairs and down the ramp while holding on to the railings on either side of him for stability. Scene switches to a side view of the man as he walks up the Mobility ramp while the scene fades to black.]