Inclusive Gyms
A group of athletes working out in a gym doing side bends.
The gym should be a place for people of all abilities to get fit and stay healthy. For people with intellectual disabilities this experience can often be challenging. How can gym owners and trainers create a space where everyone feels comfortable and included?

We explored this question with the trainers at an Anytime Fitness gym in Maryland. See what they learned, and email us your ideas on how gyms can be more inclusive of people with intellectual disabilities.
Inclusive Gyms

A 1-hour training for fitness professionals to maximize their skillset for working with people with intellectual disabilities. Coming soon!

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