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Anna Woods

Adaptive Fitness: Weight Room Inclusion

Most people with developmental delays, such as Cerebral Palsy, want to be seen and treated like anyone else. Many of their biggest insecurities are how people see them in their wheelchairs.  They do not want to be a burden on anyone more than they feel they already are.   So in

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Anna Woods

Training Owen: Fragile X

Proprioceptive Loading In this video we are carrying a 14 lb medicine ball through miniature obstacles. We slowly worked up to this combination over the past few months.  We started with just walking through the obstacles, over them, and around them.  Then we crawled through them* (see below) From there

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Anna Woods

Sensory Input Prior to a Workout Session

One of the warm-up’s I do with clients who have spinal cord injury or sensory struggles to help alert and organize the brain and prepare the body for movement is rolling the areas of the body we will use with a lacrosse ball.  I use moderate intensity of pressure through

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Anna Woods

sheSTRENGTH Adaptive: Autism and Exercise

Mr. Landon and I played CandyLand with my son, Blake. Blake and Landon both have special needs. Autism and Down Syndrome. Despite these diagnosis, these 2 boys are exercising with me using the game CandyLand. Every card space has a different exercise and rep scheme assigned to it. The boys

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