I don’t think I’ve ever been more proud of CJ. He may not fully understand what he’s overcome, but I do.
Rather than attending another highly acclaimed conference centered on helping individuals with autism, it was time to present at one.
This was more than a 10-week prep geared to beat our previously recorded race time of 52 minutes and 32 seconds while flying past a self-proclaimed mashed-up meathead.
Bridging the gap between immobility and action, this lesson served as another opportunity to reshape the students' negative associations with exercise and revamp their workout creativity in OSU’s backyard.
I used to hate the term "special needs," but now I can't stand people who say they hate the term. They really have no idea and this article will help show you why.
The goal is to get an inactive child on the spectrum socially and physically strong through movement. This initial type of training, the first in a progression of eight, takes place in the gym.