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Teng stairs everyday life is a combination of fitness and exercise, is a simple, effective, easy to carry and easy to adjust the amount of exercise fitness methods, by the world live in high-rise buildings in the city residents of all ages. Teng stairs is a more intense form of aerobic exercise, exercise is required to have good health, the general walking, running, jumping and other multi-level crossing and movement forms. Exercise may according to their physical condition and environmental conditions, to choose their own training methods. Beginners are advised to slow and 20 minutes from the start, with the improvement of physical fitness, and gradually speed up or extended duration. When the physical tolerated 30 to 40 minutes, you can gradually transition to running, jumping or cross-level staircase.
Between 6th and 12th Birthday GMFCS Level I Children walk indoors and outdoors, and climb stairs without limitations. Children perform gross motor skills including running and jumping but speed, balance, and coordination are reduced. GMFCS Level II Children walk indoors and outdoors, and climb stairs holding onto a railing but experience limitations walking on uneven surfaces and inclines, and walking in crowds or confined spaces. Children have at best only minimal ability to perform gross motor skills such as running and jumping. GMFCS Level III Children walk indoors or outdoors on a level surface with an assistive mobility device. Children may climb stairs holding onto a railing. Depending on upper limb function, children propel a wheelchair manually or are transported when travelling for long distances or outdoors on uneven terrain. GMFCS Level IV Children may maintain levels of function achieved before age 6 or rely more on wheeled mobility at home, school, and in the community. Children may achieve self-mobility using a power wheelchair. GMFCS Level V Physical impairments restrict voluntary control of movement and the ability to maintain antigravity head and trunk postures. All areas of motor function are limited. Functional limitations in sitting and standing are not fully compensated for through the use of adaptive equipment and assistive technology. At level V, children have no means of independent mobility and are transported. Some children achieve self-mobility using a power wheelchair with extensive adaptations. Copyright Queensland Cerebral Palsy Register.
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