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exercise discrimination

vickyroxannevickyroxanne Member Posts: 6 Listener
Hi there, my name is Vicky and I am a third year university student.
As part of my dissertation I have decided to look at the ways in which "gyms" (mainstream, not specialised) either inhibit, or promote, exercise for those with disabilities.
I appreciate your time with this and if anyone would like to take part in an interview or complete a questionnaire, I would be very grateful. I am interested in the topic as my friend who has a disability kept saying how bad the gyms were for making him feel included i.e. lack of fully functioning equipment and even other factors like feeling isolated and like he didn't belong there because he felt judged (social model).
Please do get in contact If you wouldn't mind taking part - many thanks in advance! 

my email is [email protected]
best wishes,


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