ATF provides 100% FREE modified methods of training to restore hope to all those with physical impairment

High Fives partner, the Adaptive Training Foundation was founded to provide individuals with physical impairments the proper facility and training necessary to achieve their health goals. The founder David Vobora and his team use modified training programs that utilize body weight exercises and sophisticated weight training equipment to achieve weight loss, increase mobility, or to increase strength.

Third generation Marine, #HighFivesAthlete, Jake Schick & David Vobora of the ATF recently received a High Fives Empowerment Grant for four months of training at the Adaptive Training Foundation in Dallas, TX, & travel from Dallas, TX to Reno, NV for adaptive ski lessons at Disabled Sports USA Far West at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, CA. Watch how Schick retuned to skiing in ‘Marines to the Mountains’, High Fives newest edit.

ATF is committed to making this program 100% FREE for its applicants! This means there is an incredible opportunity for you to step into their story as they battle for a life of vitality and hope! These remarkable men and women inspire and motivate with their courage to overcome. Sponsoring a 9-week training program is $4500, but there are so many different ways your support can help!

Donate to the Adaptive Training Foundation HERE

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