Our PROGRAMS BEHAVIORAL FITNESS TRAINING
Bret Bondlow’s proprietary Behavioral Fitness Training program was created specifically for the special needs community and involves three distinct phases: (1) Observation, (2) Interaction and Rapport Development, and (3) Program Implementation.
Behavioral Fitness Training uses movement-based exercises to reduce behavioral issues, improve and increase daily focus and productivity, strengthen functional movement patterns, and improve overall health, while increasing social interaction and meeting the sensory needs of the individual.
Behavioral Fitness Training is designed to teach:
Instruction & Implementation Manual
available as immediate PDF download
100% of fees are dedicated to providing fitness services to financially-stressed families and individuals who cannot otherwise afford training.
In Bret's experience, the availability of formal fitness training programs for these individuals is very limited. Why? Bret believes there’s a disconnect: personal trainers who understand the exercise concepts are not educated to work with kids or adults with special needs, while clinical staff with medical and psychology backgrounds often lack knowledge of fitness programming. Another complicating factor: the parents of children with special needs require extra help establishing a fitness program to follow at home.