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Welcome To ABC Hopes (dis)ABILITIES Fitness

ABC Hopes has devoted itself to providing opportunities and programs for young adults with intellectual disabilities in order to continue building their skill sets whether it be in an educational setting or in a physically active setting. As we continue to grow, we continue to see the need for more programs that result in building skills for daily life, fostering independence and enhancing the overall well being of our participants. 

ABC Hopes (dis) ABILITIES Fitness has created an atmosphere that allows our participants the opportunity to exercise their bodies, their minds and their social skills in a unique environment specifically designed with their own needs in mind.

With the numerous health risks that come along with having an intellectual disability it is of utmost prevalence that steps are taken to improve their physical well-being. Physical activity leads to improved daily routines and life-styles.  ABC Hopes (dis) ABILITIES Fitness’ goal is to provide young men and women with intellectual disabilities and their families the opportunity to live full, healthy and meaningful lives.

Checkout the amazing things happening in the ABC Hopes (dis)ABILITIES Fitness Program.
If you are interested in starting an ABC Hopes (dis)ABILITIES Fitness Program at your gym contact Katiemoore@abchopes.com  


Enjoy ABC Hopes (dis)ABILITIES Fitness Classes in 3 Locations:

 

CrossFit Lifted South

Mondays 6:30 p.m.

Thursdays 6:30 pm


 

CrossFit Trifecta

Mondays 6pm

*All New Fitness Members (Hopers & Anyone Planning to Workout) Must Complete our ABC Hopes (dis)ABILITIES Fitness Waiver - See Link Below

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No Limit Personal Training

Thursdays 6:30 p.m.


Intellectual Disabilities
Fitness Resources

"As you may already know, an extremely high percentage of people in America are suffering from obesity. What you may not know is that people with developmental and other disabilities are 58% more likely to be obese than the general population, and they make up roughly 20% of our country’s citizens. As a society, it is our duty to provide the necessary resources and support that enable people with disabilities to be healthy."- Jared Ciner, Certified Personal Trainer, Disabilities Support Counselor