ASF Adaptive Sports Call to Action
There are many opportunities these days for anyone with any sort of limitation or ability to get involved in adaptive sports. All it takes is the motivation to make some changes. It is a proven fact that adaptive sports play a big part in the lives of individuals who take part in them. They promote a healthier lifestyle, changes in attitude, and many social benefits. It’s important to keep moving, adapt, and make the necessary changes to reach your goals.
“When things push you down, don’t quit!
Get up and push back harder.”
Tony Torres Vanga
ASF Adaptive Sports wants to help you get there, so we have included a list of organizations that will help you get involved—whatever age you are, wherever you are. You can reach out to us at ASF Adaptive Sports or to any organization on the list. This vetted directory will guide you on what you need and where those opportunities are located.
Don’t be scared to try something new, don’t be scared to fall. The important thing is to always get up. Find your sport, try them all, but find the one that speaks to you and moves you and rock it like no tomorrow!
JWZ ProGear: jwzprogear.com
Action Sports Foundation, Inc.: actionsportsfoundation.org
ASF Adaptive Sports: asfadaptivesports.org
Top End Wheelchairs: topendwheelchair.invacare.com
Box Wheelchairs: boxwheelchairs.com
Me & U Fitness Academy: meandufitnessacademy.com
Hot Wheelz Fitness: hotwheelzfitness.org
Spina Bifida Association: spinabifidaassociation.org
Redefining Spina Bifida: redefiningspinabifida.org
Challenged Athletes Foundation: challengedathletes.org
WheelStrong Sports: wheelstrong.com
Life Rolls On: liferollson.org
Rise Adaptive Sports: riseadaptivesports.org
The National Spinal Cord Injury Association: spinalcord.org
Sports ‘N Spokes: pvamag.com/sns
Don’t Dis’ My Ability: dontdismyability.life
Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch, Rollin Warriors Adaptive Sports Program: wwar15.org