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    A set of exercises for cerebral palsy

    Hello, can you recommend good programs (a person is almost 30 years old)?
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    Generally best to see a physical therapist to get a specific exercise program designed, at least initially, and for clearance to do more intense activities.
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    Yes,this may be something to ask a medical professional first before hand.
    I have though seen a guy with cerebral palsy on a FB site called "MTFU", video tape some of his training.
    He doesn't let his condition stop him.
    It would be a disservice to you to have us regular training people to make recommendations without fully knowing your capabilities.
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    I agree with the above posters OP, people might be meaning well if they post advice here but I feel this requires specialist knowledge and we could get it very wrong...
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    Many years ago I used to financially help the Kansas Jaycees Cerebral Palsy ranch. The people that ran the place let me hunt ducks and geese on the lake when the camp was closed. I saw they had a swimming pool with assistance devices for the camp attendees. Just an observation, not advice.
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