Having trouble fitting into that brand new pair of jeans you just bought? What about that black dress you promised yourself last year you’d wear for a friend’s engagement that’s just sitting in your closet?
Not to mention the looks of despair, sadness, and anger displayed on your face each day as you pass by the mirror. Or what if you've gone to other gyms but they were not adaptive to your specific needs? Well, now is your time to take action!
RIC Adaptive Sports and Fitness Program located in downtown Chicago at 303 East Ohio Street, is a program dedicated to helping people with disabilities stay active while also having fun. They offer things like sailing, wheelchair basketball, along with a membership to their fitness program.
RIC’s program is geared towards people with disabilities allowing those who strictly want to work out the opportunity to do so, while also providing recreational activities for people who just want to take it easy but still stay active. To find out more information on how you can join or to see the full list of activities, visit their website at www.ric.org/resources/sports-and-fitness.
This is a great opportunity! So stop with the excuses and the reasons of why it isn't possible, and get up and make the change!