Exercising with MS - DVD

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An exercise DVD for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) presented by former Olympic champion Sally Gunnell OBE.

The exercise programme contains a range of simple, gentle exercises and stretches that can help people with varying levels of disability strengthen their muscles and feel fitter. A warm up is followed by a range of exercises – including squats, pelvic tilts, lunges and shoulder rotations – all demonstrated by Sally and people living with MS.

For most of the exercises, there is an alternative option for people who have difficulties with mobility or balance or who are exercising in a seated position.

Health or social care professionals and MS Society branches can order bulk copies here.

You can also watch the DVD online:

Part 01 - The Warm-up

Part 02 - The Work-out

Part 03 - The Cool down

The individual stretches:


Meet the stars of the DVD

Sally worked with the MS Society and a group of people with MS to develop the exercises. You can find out what they had to say about the project in the interviews above.


The group completed the exercises three times a week over a six week period. They then worked with Sally adapting each exercise to make it suitable. The group also feature in the DVD demonstrating the exercises on camera with Sally.

Safety Information

  • The programme and the routines contained within it may not be suitable for everyone; they may result in injury if they are not performed correctly.
  • It is recommended that everyone consult their doctor before beginning the work out or attempting any of the exercises demonstrated within the video. 
  • The instructions and advice presented are in no way intended as a substitute to medical guidance 
  • The creators, producers and distributors of the programme do not accept responsibility for any injury, illness or accident incurred as a result of following this programme.

Where to buy the equipment featured

All of the equipment featured in this DVD should be available to buy from any good exercise or sports wear stockists, or online.

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Page last updated: 24 Jul 2017

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