In 2011, I was involved in an accident which left me a C4 quadriplegic. This means that I do not have the ability to move any of my muscles from my chest down, including every muscle in my arms, except for my biceps.
As a result, getting exercise requires me to ask for help to do the simplest of items.
Opening a facility which will enable those like myself to help maintain their health will do much more than simply provide physical benefits.
Having a center for our population to share their stories can go along way towards improving not only their physical life but also their mental health. I cannot stress the importance of a community fitness center of this type.
Ability Fitness Center strives to improve the quality of ‘life’ for the physically challenged with its dedication to providing accessible therapies tailored towards the special needs of those living with paralysis, stroke, Parkinson’s or other physical impairments.