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Exercise, Autism, and Expertise

A friend and fellow fitness professional recently shared this article on his Facebook page:  The Death of Expertise (Federalist, 2014). In addition to citing the autism/vaccine issue (which is only an issue in that the connection myth continues to persist and, as a result, a host

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Group Kangaroo Hops Autism Fitness Style

Developing group activities for young people, or any people, with autism presents the challenge of having a significant variance in physical, adaptive, and cognitive abilities. This is why sports or competitive activities, even when they are labeled or marketed as “adaptive/adapted” (I’ve been redressed for

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