ProjectWrX: Help Open NEW Fitness Center for the Disabled !

ProjectWrX: Help Open NEW Fitness Center for the Disabled !

From All Access Fitness

My name is Marwan and I'm proud to be the founder of All-Access Fitness & Wellness Center. A non-profit adaptive training facility, created to serve the disabled and physically impaired community. READ MORE

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All-Access Fitness is breaking new ground by establishing a NEW adaptive fitness center that is safe, barrier-free, and at no-cost to its disabled members. We believe the perks and benefits of exercise can and should be available to every person despite mobility or sensory limitations. CURRENTLY, THIS IS NOT THE CASE!

We are driven and determined to make our vision a reality by promoting awareness and greater participation for our disabled community through centers like ours. We offer adaptive exercise equipment, specialized machines, and fitness programs to members suffering from physical disabilities. Our members are evaluated to ensure their specific needs and met and stay in focus. Our fitness mentoring provides a stepping stone to better health and helps reinforce self-care.

Whether connected by family, acquaintance or association, it is likely that you know someone faced with the challenges that come with being disabled. Exercise and overall physical fitness contribute to maintaining a higher level of independence and sense of freedom. Studies have shown that regular exercise, within the disabled community, can yield tremendous results such as improved stamina, balance, muscle strength, and mobility. Fitness and exercise are paramount to physical, psychological, and emotional health. Join us in creating an accessible, safe, and inclusive resource center that promotes health and fitness education.

I believe every person, regardless of physical disability or impairment, can benefit from a comprehensive exercise program and create positive change toward stronger and more sound physical and mental health.

Please show your support and take initiative to help our cause gain traction; others will follow! 100% of donations will be allocated to establishing and maintaining the organization. We encourage you to give within your means as part of this effort, and to help us spread the word. Remember all donations are tax-deductible whether your an individual or a company.

As a symbol of gratitude and recognition of your donations, all participating donors will be added to the Contributor’s List on the official All-Access Fitness organization website. Top 10% contributors will have their name or affiliation engraved on a commemorative plaque to be displayed in the entrance or lobby of the first All Access Fitness Center location established. With your help, we can dramatically improve the physical health and overall quality of life for those whom must live with a physical disability. Please feel free to contact me directly for further information.

Thank you for your consideration,

Marwan Mostafa

marwan@allaccessfitness.org

All-Access Fitness | Adaptive Training Center

http://allaccessfitness.org

NOTE: The associated video is an affiliate adaptive fitness center (DPI Adaptive Fitness Training Center) based out of Virginia. This is an inspiring example of what we will bring to California.  Thank you for your continued support.

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