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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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The Slight Moving of the Comfort Zone Line

Because many of my athletes past and athletes present engage in repetitive, ritualistic behaviors, doing something new can be stressful, particularly if it is movement-related. Exercise, at least the way I do it/teach it, is not too passive. The athlete has to be engaged in

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Compartmentalizing Education and Why it Sucks: Part II

Priorities are going to dictate how programming time is spent. How educational time is spent is subject to the “What you SAY you do versus what you ACTUALLY do” test (they should match up). In part I of this writing I covered the misconception of

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