NZ, South Africa — Exercise books for people with disabilities have become a popular option in South Africa.
Exercisers say the books have helped them exercise more, with the help of an interactive device.
Many of the books are handcrafted with a custom made, handcrafted pattern on them, but many of the devices are made by hand.
One example is a long exercise book that looks like a book and has letters carved on it, with letters on either side.
A small section on the bottom of the book has a picture of a smiling person with a smiley face.
“The thing that really appeals to me is the simplicity of it, because the words on the page are simple to read,” said Zvika Gafni, who is also a writer.
It’s a simple design but it’s so easy to understand, she said.
This is the type of thing that I like about the books, said Lila Mvongane, who lives in a township near Pretoria.
She said the books help people with mobility disabilities feel good about their health and independence.
You know you can just look at the page and feel how you feel and that’s not true in the real world, she added.
The South African government has launched a national campaign to promote exercise, with a goal of having about 5 million exercise books available by 2020.
Some of the exercises can be done on a stationary bike, with an elliptical machine attached to the back of the seat.
Most of the exercise books have a small, yellow box with a picture on the inside, which reads: “I exercise because I want to.”
It says “I exercise” in large type on the front.
When you look at that, you know that it’s been handmade, and that is the message that is conveyed to the world.