July 19, 2017

COGY is fun. On COGY, we use our hands for brake and direction. Direction is a fun part. Nobody cannot beat the temptation for playing donuts on COGY, and we challenge ourselves to a smaller and faster donut, until we get dizzy. (Yes, we all have young boy in our mind...

July 16, 2017

Angela is getting more and more confident with transferring herself between COGY and power-chair, by her own. it is almost art for me, how she organise everything around her in the right way. For her, with limited ability on all her 4 limbs, the challenges even in her...

July 14, 2017

I received another lovely message today, from Katie's mum.

"Slowly but surely Katie is beginning to use her own strength to pedal rather than just the momentum"

As you see on a previous post, Miro is in similar condition as Katie, and recently, he finally learnt how to p...

July 12, 2017

I visited Angela today. It is a COGY-rest day for Angela, as she will have physio session in the afternoon. When she visited physio for a session last time on Monday, her legs were too tired for the exercise there. Then she decided to go easy on COGY. I agree.

"Do NOT o...

July 6, 2017

Angela started COGY-1-month-trial today.

Angela lives in Auckland. She experienced spinal cord injury which affects her arms and legs, and the biggest is the left leg. She still have slight strength on her left leg, good enough to lift her left foot up off the floor for...

July 3, 2017

COGY is back in Auckland. Many clients at INRF enjoyed pedalling COGY today. Miro is one of them. Miro is 23 years old, with cerebral palsy. He cannot talk, then he express yes/no using his body.

The first time Miro tried COGY was more than 3 months ago. I remember his...

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