Adaptive Fitness

Anthony Robles, Story of A Hero – ‘The Current’ Film

Posted By: The HERO Blog on Aug 29, 2013 in Adaptive Fitness, Anthony Robles
Anthony Robles

A life-long proponent of adaptive fitness, Anthony Robles has become a household name among avid sports fans. He will forever be remembered for his 2011 NCAA National Championship: the culmination of his competitive lifelong journey to overcome the adversity that was thrust upon him by his disability. He won an ESPN ESPY award for Best Male …

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“Wheelchair Workout” – Joshua Myers, Adaptive Personal Trainer

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Wheelchair Weight Training: 101  Hi, I’m Joshua Myers, 2016 Paralympic hopeful & adaptive personal trainer. In my previous Guest Authored Blog Post, I was asked to write about being a hero to others as well as to discuss my heroes like Anthony Robles & Rohan Murphy! The response to that blog post was phenomenal – many …

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Adaptive Fitness: Weightlifting & Cardio – World of Adaptive Sports

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The notion that sports & recreation should be, and can be, adapted to any ability level, also applies to the field of adaptive fitness. Weight training & cardio workouts generally compose the category of ‘adaptive fitness’ within the world of adaptive sports. The general idea, whether one is training to maximize performance in an adaptive …

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Joshua Myers, 2016 Paralympic Hopeful – Hero Gallery Guest Authored Blog Post

Joshua Myers

My name is Joshua Myers. I was born 9 weeks pre-mature, which led to Cerebral Palsy and my being confined to a wheelchair since birth. Cerebral Palsy is a non-contagious motor condition that causes physical disability in human development, primarily within body movement. There are many different levels of Cerebral Palsy; my specific condition is …

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