Fitness Class Aims to Help Local Children with Special Needs
Spectrum News 1
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. – Maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle is important for everyone, regardless of age, but it is especially important for children and adults with special needs.
According to the CDC, people with disabilities are at a greater risk for being overweight or dealing with obesity. A school physical education program or a sports team may be the only place for kids with special needs to have access to physical activity and exercise.
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Rancho Cucamonga fitness program geared toward needs of older clients
ABC 7 Eyewitness News
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (KABC) — It may look like an ordinary gym, but the 40-50 Fit Club in Rancho Cucamonga is geared toward the needs of more mature clients.
Traci Doran-Hawkins says she “just wasn’t feeling good, wasn’t feeling good inside myself and I decided to make a change.” She says the decision came when her father, Tommy Hawkins, who played for the Lakers and worked for the Dodgers, died suddenly almost two years ago.