SDSU Adaptive Fitness Clinic

SDSU Adaptive Fitness Clinic

At San Diego State University's Adaptive Fitness Clinic we impact students & the community by providing adaptive fitness training. Spring semester is Feb 1st - May 4th
**We will be closed March 27th - 31st for Spring Break**

Summer Semester
June 7th - August 15th
Closed July 3-4

Operating as usual

04/13/2022

Rise to new heights like our girl @valerie_crisci 🤍

04/11/2022

Our SDSU Adaptive Fitness Team want to extend a big thank you for all the support on this last fundraiser !
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Our next fundraiser will be Thursday, April 28th! Stay tuned for more details 🤍

Photos from SDSU Adaptive Fitness Clinic's post 04/06/2022

UCSD AMSA Health Fair THIS Saturday 10-3pm!!! Can’t wait to see you there!
All students can earn 5 extra credit points for attending if you take a picture of yourself at your favorite vendor!

04/04/2022

A bit of fun to start your Monday off right!
We love Spartacus!

03/25/2022

Have a fun and safe spring break!
See you back at the clinic April 4th!

03/24/2022

Disability Awareness:

Check out this brief infographic about Cerebral Palsy and help us combat ignorance of various physical and cognitive disabilities

03/12/2022

MTV welcome to our crib!
(We are very welcoming I swear! ❤️ )

Photos from SDSU Adaptive Fitness Clinic's post 03/09/2022

Interested in being apart of our team for the summer? 🤠

🌵Contact: Melissa Moyer
P:619-594-2017 Email: [email protected]

🌵Volunteers contact us for individual session times!

🌵ENS 437A Class Options

🌵Monday & Wednesday:
9:00-10:15am, 10:30-11:45am, 12:00-1:15pm, 2:00-3:15pm, 3:30-4:45pm

🌵Tuesday & Thursday:
8:00am - 9:15am, 9:30am - 10:45am
11:00am - 12:15pm, 12:30 pm - 1:45pm
2:00 pm - 3:15pm, 4:30pm - 5:45pm
6:00pm - 7:15pm

🌵Fridays:
9:00 am - 10:15am, 10:30am - 11:45am
12:00pm - 1:15pm, 1:30pm - 2:45pm

🌵Virtual Class Times ***Pending*
Monday & Wednesdays:
3:30pm - 4:45pm
Tuesday & Thursdays:
3:30 pm - 4:45 pm

Photos from SDSU Adaptive Fitness Clinic's post 03/05/2022

COVID-19 keeping you out of the clinic? Is your commute too long and stressful? Do you not have access to transportation?

If any of these issues sound familiar, don’t worry! The SDSU Adaptive Fitness Clinic can get you moving from the comfort of your home.
Our zoom sessions are one on one, meaning you get all the attention you need as you engage in safe and effective exercise routines from anywhere in the world.
For more information about our virtual sessions, email us at [email protected]

Let’s get moving!

03/03/2022

Hey Friends!

Join us on Sunday March 6th for seated Volleyball! The event will be held at SDSU in Montezuma Hall from 10am-2pm.

Hosted by our friends at Aztec Adaptive Sports. Come and meet the professional coaches and athletes of sitting volleyball and enjoy some free food while you’re at it!

Hope to see you there!

03/01/2022

Hey Friends!
Just a reminder that there will be no clients 3/2-3/4 but all students will be attending their normal class time for a mid-semester training!

03/01/2022

Meet the Team:
Welcome to the SDSU Adaptive Fitness Clinic!
Our goal is to provide access to safe and affordable fitness opportunities for people with disabilities while also displaying excellence in educational programs and community service.
We have been servicing people with both mild and severe physical and neuromuscular conditions for over 35 years. Our clinic ensures one on one sessions with our clients thanks to the numerous Kinesiology Fitness Specialist and Pre-Physical Therapy students, volunteers, and staff. For more information about our clinic check out the link in our bio. Also, be sure to follow our Facebook (Sdsu Adaptive Fitnessclinic) page for updates, information, and events. Welcome to the team!

04/01/2020

The Arc of San Diego

In order to continue providing essential services for people with disabilities, we are now hiring for several positions available immediately. We are in need of individuals to support people with disabilities in our residential and employment services. In addition, food services workers are also needed to work alongside people with disabilities in support of the U.S. Marine Corps at our Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Food Services program. If you are interested in a role providing these services, please contact our recruitment team at [email protected] or (619) 685-1175.

vitals.lifehacker.com 03/13/2020

How to Work Out When You Can't Go to the Gym

vitals.lifehacker.com Whether you’re self-quarantining, your gym has canceled events as a social distancing measure, or you just want to be cautious, it’s nice to have options for working out besides going to your usual gym or fitness class. Here are a few ways to stay active on your own.

sdsualumni.org 03/15/2018

Help the Adaptive Fitness Clinic Serve the SDSU Community

The Adaptive Fitness Clinic Strive is now live! The campaign closes April 30th. The goal is $2,000. Spread the word and share! , , , , ,

sdsualumni.org

02/23/2018

Everybody needs a friend! Send a friends request to Sdsu Adaptive Fitnessclinic

09/13/2017

Preventing Stroke Deaths: Vital Signs / September 2017

After Decades of decline, progress has slowed in Stroke prevention as they are occurring in younger people.

Despite being preventable, stroke is the fifth leading cause of death. 1 in every 20 adult deaths are due to stroke. Comments on this video are allowed in ac...

differentstrokes.co.uk 09/12/2017

Home

This is a great resource for stroke survivors and for trainers working with stroke survivors.

differentstrokes.co.uk Reclaiming lives after Stroke We help younger Stroke Survivors reclaim their lives through active peer support and independent recovery. Learn More Welcome to Different Strokes Different Strokes is…

spectrum.ieee.org 08/25/2017

Self-Driving Wheelchairs Debut in Hospitals and Airports - IEEE Spectrum

These are pretty cool!

spectrum.ieee.org The autonomous vehicles sense positions, select routes, and stop for obstacles

jamanetwork.com 08/24/2017

Management of Parkinson Disease in 2017

Aerobic exercise, resistance strength training, and tai chi are a few approaches with positive outcome data in the treatment of Parkinsons Disease at all stages.

jamanetwork.com This Viewpoint discusses the most recent advances in diagnosis of and treatment for Parkinson disease.

wheelchairtravel.org 08/22/2017

Why Airlines Take So Long To Return Wheelchairs

wheelchairtravel.org U.S. airlines often violate the ACAA requirement to provide for the "timely return of passengers' wheelchairs" - these are the reasons why it happens.

globalvoices.org 08/21/2017

A New App Wants to Help the Blind ‘See’ the Solar Eclipse · Global Voices

Technology is so cool!

globalvoices.org This is a prototype version of the app’s “rumble map.” Credit: Carolyn Beeler/PRI

disabilityscoop.com 08/18/2017

Target Unveils Clothing For Kids With Special Needs

Just in time for back to school

disabilityscoop.com Target is rolling out a collection of sensory-friendly apparel for children and says adaptive clothing for those with disabilities is on the way too.

disabilityscoop.com 08/18/2017

Target Unveils Clothing For Kids With Special Needs

Just in time for back to school!

disabilityscoop.com Target is rolling out a collection of sensory-friendly apparel for children and says adaptive clothing for those with disabilities is on the way too.

acefitness.org 08/15/2017

5 Exercises to Train Balance in Motion

Some great tips for balance training everyone can use! These techniques can be modified for sitting or standing.

acefitness.org We don’t often fully notice balance until we lose it. But like any other fitness characteristic like speed, power or strength, it can be developed and enhanced. Check out these five fun and effective exercises for training balance while in motion.

multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com 08/10/2017

4 Types of Multiple Sclerosis - Multiple Sclerosis News Today

A bit of education about Multiple Sclerosis

multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com Learn more about these four types of multiple sclerosis.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov 08/10/2017

Does physical activity attenuate, or even eliminate, the detrimental association of sitting time with mortality? A harmonised meta-analysis of data... - PubMed - NCBI

Just 60 min of activity per day eliminates the detriment associated with 8 hours of sitting! Get out and play!

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Lancet. 2016 Sep 24;388(10051):1302-10. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(16)30370-1. Epub 2016 Jul 28. Research Support, N.I.H., Extramural; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Comment

delmartimes.net 08/09/2017

With ArtWalk, Jeremy Sicile-Kira finds his way as an artist

Hey SD, looking for something fun to do this weekend?! Check out Jeremy Sicile-Kira at booth 409-411 at the Liberty Station ArtWalk!

delmartimes.net The brush strokes hold to the canvas broad and thick, dense with texture, vibrant in greens and blues and oranges, crystalizing the life that hides away in Jeremy Sicile-Kira’s

ted.com 08/02/2017

Grit: The power of passion and perseverance

It takes grit to be the most successful at everything. "love life like a marathon, not a sprint."

ted.com Leaving a high-flying job in consulting, Angela Lee Duckworth took a job teaching math to seventh graders in a New York public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn't the only thing separating…

facebook.com 08/02/2017

Special Education in the Philippines

A simple video describing autism.

facebook.com This man explains what is autism using digital animation. https://www.facebook.com/SPEDPH/

news-medical.net 08/02/2017

Scientists develop new surgical method to reconnect sensory neurons with spinal cord after injury

Interesting developments!

news-medical.net Scientists in the UK and Sweden previously developed a new surgical technique to reconnect sensory neurons to the spinal cord after traumatic spinal injuries.

08/01/2017

EasyStand

Excellent tips and tricks

A home standing program should be a consideration for anyone who uses a wheelchair - the medical benefits, possible prevention of secondary complications and being ready for medical/technological breakthroughs are all discussed in this video by Matt from Chair Tips N Tricks.

acefitness.org 07/28/2017

3 Exercises Good Trainers Always Avoid

3 common exercises that are inefficient and potentially harmful plus their better alternatives- Our favorite is the deadbug!

acefitness.org As we evolve in the industry and become more knowledgeable about current scientific studies and theories, we need to constantly be re-evaluating the exercises we have our clients perform. Here are…

ideafit.com 07/27/2017

Don't Give Frozen Foods the Cold Shoulder

Buying fresh fruits and veggies from local sources and eating them pronto is best, but convenient and budget-friendly subzero produce is a nutritious fallback!

ideafit.com People tend to frown on frozen vegetables and fruits, but fresh isn’t always best.

twitter.com 07/22/2017

Fitness Tips on Twitter

Great tip for the weekend!

twitter.com “Stay hydrated 💦”

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