Maintaining a certain level of fitness is very important for those of us with MS. Being able to partake in an active lifestyle however isn't always possible considering the varying degrees of symptoms suffered.
Emily Riley was diagnosed with MS when she was 17. Being an active person her whole life pushed Emily to continue incorporating exercise into her daily routine. In 2015, Emily was given the opportunity to teach an adaptive fitness class specifically designed for people with MS.
Through her fitness program Emily wants people to know that whether you have limited mobility or not, being active is beneficial not only for your body but for your mind as well.
Emily shares her journey and tells us the importance of remaining active after diagnosis, click below to hear her story.