Adaptive Training Foundation @adaptivetrainingfoundation
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ReDefine Possible 👇
394 Posts
8k Followers
267 Following
ReDefine Possible 👇
“A sense of freedom, especially as a Veteran, is key to mental wellness.” - US ARMY Specialist Retired Derrick Ross ——— @RideOnewheel provided ATF with a couple of boards for our athletes to ride and the impact it made on them could never have been foreseen. ——— Check out the full story in our bio #ReDefinePossible #ReCharge #TeamATF #RideOnewheel ——— 🎥credit: @george.cramer.kenyon
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Workout or just hang out with our adaptive athletes. Hear their stories, tour our unique gym, and enjoy a @michelobultra during ATF #SweatiestHour Sign up in the link in our bio before all spaces are filled
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Athlete Spotlight! Meet JD Harvey! Jeremy, aka JD as we all know him, was born with a rare condition in which his hands grew close to his body and were underdeveloped. Regardless of this condition, JD never let this affect him and always challenged himself, finding pleasure in hiking, four-wheeling, traveling, snorkeling, photography, and many other adrenaline filled hobbies. It wasn’t until the tragic loss of his father early in 2017 that he began doubting his abilities. Luckily ATF alumni randomly met him while he was out one day in 2018 and talked to him about ATF. JD decided he was ready to get back to the JD he and everyone else loved and joined #ClassXIII that same year. Check out more of his story on our website #ATFtribe
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Athlete Spotlight! Meet James Klingensmith! James’ first deployment overseas was not his only deployment and not the only time he received a Purple Heart Medal. Joining the Army at 18 James quickly found himself stationed in Korea in 2003 and later in Iraq from May 2004 to May 2005. He was immediately deployed in intense action where he and his team fought for three weeks working to secure major bridge crossings in Fallujah. After making it through this extreme fighting, James was hit by an IED as he stood in the gunners turret while his team was doing a routine patrol. Luckily this roadside bomb was incorrectly placed and he escaped with only the remanence of shrapnel in his arm and shoulder. Check out more of his story on our website #ATFtribe #ClassXIII
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Athlete Spotlight! Meet Justin Davis! A country boy, Justin grew up always outside where he was either finding a way to go fast or playing all types of sports. Whatever he was doing he was always trying to be the best. An obsession for speed and a desire for competition led Justin to a terrible motorcycle accident in 2004 when he crashed going 170mph around a turn. Although he is now living his life in a chair, he has never slowed down and will never let his injury affect his positive outlook on life. Check out more of his story on our website #ATFtribe #ClassXIII
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Athlete Spotlight! Meet Debi Waldrop! Born and bred a sports fan, Debi is an athlete through and through. She was a cheerleader from grade school through college and continued to look for ways to stay competitive, supporting her Kentucky Wildcats and walking 5 miles a day. When she turned 40 Debi decided to finally learn to play one of her favorite sports, tennis, and immediately became addicted playing 3-4 hours a day. All this healthy living and active lifestyle left Debi surprised and confused when she had a stroke at 56. See more of her story on our website #ATFtribe #ClassXIII
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As our nation remembers the sacrifice of those we lost on this day in 2001, ATF is honored to serve those who sacrificed it all and served our country to protect us from those who threatened our freedoms that day #neverforget #911
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The #ATFtribe is on the search for our Annual Parkinson’s scholarship! If you’re ready to ReDefine the limitations of this disease or know of someone with Parkinson’s who is looking to join the likes of Mike Maas and Jason Arwine to take back control, please contact us! All information about our upcoming class 14 starting in October can be found by reaching out to info@teamatf.org.
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