SAVE THE DATE EVENTS:
- WED. MAY 24 – just 4 hours remain before the 24 hr day-of-giving to Omaha area Non-Profit organizations, including MSforward. MSforward page on omahagives.org Letter from Daryl: Omaha Gives Letter 2017 . Here’s another link to more information regarding this event within MSforward website: https://msforward.org/2016-omahagives24-campaign/ Thank you for considering MSforward. Blessings!
- SAT. JULY 15 10am-1pm – MSforward OPEN HOUSE! Join us at our new location for fun, food, and friends!
- SAT. OCT 21 – CAN DO JUMPSTART program. An all day event.
MSforward Tele-Fitness! (new name, same program! View the following video)
Hello to all our new friends in California, Kansas City, Florida, Washington, Boston and Omaha for participating in our MSforward Tele-Fitness program! We love the work YOU are doing with us!
MSforward’s ‘Our Studies‘. Many recent publications talk about the correlations between MS and Exercise. MSforward has successfully completed 3 studies, with 1 winning the 2010 Robert M. Herndon Award. View Our Studies page for detailed information and see why Daryl’s mission – Let’s Tell The World – is his passion to help everyone through exercise.
MSforward offers exercises for Multiple Sclerosis and other Neurological conditions using the latest exercise techniques. Exercise sessions are supervised and conducted by a Certified Personal Trainer.
Daryl Kucera, the founder and owner of FastForward, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2001. He can personally attest to the need for physical fitness to combat the potentially damaging effects of the condition. (see Our Story)
•A division of FastForward
•Dedicated to a community of health and wellness
•Inspiring people to live an active life and celebrate their abilities
Benefits of Exercise Energy
Laughter Mental Clarity Weight Control Less Stress Community
Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis
Exercise, once thought as counter-productive to the treatment of MS, has proven to be a vastly effective therapy to combat the potentially damaging effects of the disease.