Adaptive Fitness Programs in Summer, your campers can spend the morning or afternoon with Beach Cowboy Fitness’s certified coaches enjoying group games, bowling, badminton, volleyball, relay races, corn hole, beach games, park activities, new friends, and lots of fun!
Our classes are run by multi-certified coaches including Adaptive Fitness Training (Strong Education).
Starting June 5 and ending August 4. Monday
to Friday. 9 am-Noon or 1 pm-4 pm. July 4th
week we only meet July 5-7. If you want to attend our short week, please choose that membership plan in addition to the other plan you choose.
One week (15 hours)- $225
Discounts will show with choosing membership plans for the exact number of weeks you wish to register your child. Multiple weeks are discounted! Families with two or more campers get an additional 5% discount per session total.
Campers ages 4-8 can register for morning and campers ages 9 and older can register for afternoon sessions. No more than one session per day per camper. You can switch session times between weeks when you register for more than one week.
- Register your camper’s profile by clicking the REGISTER button at the top of the page.
- Enter your family profile and choose to add your child at the bottom of your profile page.
- Choose Memberships and purchase the number of weeks you want.
- Choose the specific weeks you for which wish to register
The Importance of Adaptive Fitness Programs
Adaptive fitness programs play a crucial role in promoting the overall well-being and quality of life for individuals with special needs. These programs provide tailored exercises and modifications that cater to the unique abilities and challenges faced by individuals with diverse requirements. By understanding the importance of adaptive fitness programs, we can appreciate the positive impact they have on physical health, emotional well-being, and social integration.
Adaptive fitness programs offer a wide range of physical benefits for individuals with special needs. These programs focus on improving strength, flexibility, coordination, and cardiovascular endurance. Through targeted exercises and modifications, participants can enhance their motor skills, develop better posture, and improve overall physical fitness. Regular engagement in adaptive fitness activities can also help manage weight, improve bone density, and reduce the risk of developing chronic health conditions.
Physical activity has been proven to have a direct impact on mental and emotional well-being. For individuals with special needs, engaging in adaptive fitness programs provides a unique opportunity to experience the sense of achievement, empowerment, and self-confidence that comes with accomplishing physical goals. Regular exercise releases endorphins, the body’s natural “feel-good” hormones, promoting a positive mood, and reducing stress, anxiety, and depression. Adaptive fitness programs can also serve as a creative outlet and a means of self-expression for participants.