Neurodivergent Fitness – Redefining the Status Quo

When most people think about adaptive exercise for neurodivergent people, they have a narrow concept of what is possible, desirable and necessary. In terms of what’s possible, We’ve often heard things like, “Oh, she won’t do that kind of exercise,” “I don’t think he...

Doug Flutie’s Autism Nonprofit Partners With Inclusive Fitness

The Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism is teaming up with Inclusive Fitness, a gym in West Roxbury, Mass., to help minimize the disparity in high-quality athletic training for neurodivergent people. “Everyone is impacted by this issue in some way,” Greg Austin,...

Raising the Bar Podcast – Is it worth it?

Greg Austin and Eric Chessen address the question, “Is It Worth It?” as they unpack important research on the challenges of engaging in physical activity for neurodivergent people and families, discuss the troubling statistics on the lack of physical...

Raising the Bar Podcast – Presuming Competence

Greg Austin, Founder of Inclusive Fitness, and Eric Chessen, IF’s Director of Adaptive Programming & Innovation – and Founder of Autism Fitness – discuss how adaptive strength and conditioning programming for neurodivergent people hinges on...