Up until now, fitness content on social media always seemed to revolve around young, non-disabled, white women stretching and talking about cheat days. TikTok has made it far easier to find the disabled women who are making it their business to show us that fitness really can be inclusive. According to disability charity Scope, one in three people see disabled people as less productive than non-disabled people, and as the largest minority group in the UK, those living with disabilities are often not represented in the fitness and wellbeing industry.
Disabled TikTokers showing that fitness can, and should, be inclusive
Feb 21, 2022 | Parents & Carers