Able Body Fitness
Our Mission is to Provide Health and Fitness for All Bodies, of all Shapes, Sizes, Strengths and Abilities Using a Fun, Safe and Progressive Approach!
Having Trouble Finding Your Able Body?
You’re Not Alone. And We Are Here to Help!
Medical Issues & Chronic Pain
If you are suffering from a chronic health disease, medical issue or chronic pain, you are not alone, and there are ways to get better!
An estimated 15 million U.S. adults have Coronary Heart Disease. Approximately 78 million U.S. adults have High Blood Pressure, and an estimated 20 million have Diabetes. Additionally, approximately 8 million adults have Undiagnosed Diabetes and 87 million have Pre-Diabetes. Eighty percent of Americans report suffering from Low Back Pain or some other form of Chronic Pain. Chronic disease, such as Cancer, Asthma, Heart Disease and Diabetes are prevalent in our society and growing. Skipping exercise is not a treatment, rather the problem!
Overweight & Obesity
An estimated 70% of U.S. adults are overweight or obese, according to the Center for Disease Control. This percentage keeps growing for adults and children, every year, despite many public health efforts to stop it!
If your Body Mass Index (BMI) is greater than 25, you are considered overweight. Jumping into an exercise program and dieting can increase your risk of injury and failure to stick to your plan. Able Body Fitness can provide you with comprehensive assessments that will determine the right level of care and support needed to get your wellness plan started!
Physical Limitations or Disability
Gail & Toli both have a special place in their hearts for finding inclusive opportunities for people with disabilities. Gail has worked as an Education Specialist, for children 3-22 years of age, who have a spectrum of varying abilities, for 19 years. Toli cares for a family member, with a disability, as well. Both have witnessed the lack of opportunity that can exist for individuals with disabilities, including lack of competitive sports and exercise opportunities. Gail and Toli want to take steps towards a more inclusive community.