Move United launched “Redefining Disability,” a weekly podcast that focuses on individuals with disabilities and the power of adaptive sports.
During each episode, Move United shares how sports have made it possible for adaptive athletes to succeed, offers training tips from adaptive sports coaches and program leaders, and reports news on the latest technology, equipment, and trends in the industry.
Listeners will hear directly from athletes with physical disabilities how they have been able to adapt and achieve, get the 411 on how to begin in or excel at a particular adaptive sport, learn the best techniques in training from coaches and program experts, find out what’s on the cutting edge in terms of technology, equipment, or trends, or catch up on upcoming adaptive sports events and programs, according to Move United in a media release.
Current episodes of “Redefining Disability” feature:
- Paralympic Silver Medalist and Swimmer Sophia Herzog,
- Team USA Para Fencer Byron Branch,
- Army Veterans Tony Drees and Kyle Moxley,
- Paralympic Hopeful and Nordic Skier Lera Doderlein,
- and Powerlifter Kelli Ann Stallkamp.
Episodes in the coming months will feature:
- US Wheelchair Rugby Players Chuck Melton and Joe Delagrave
- Paralympian Desmond Jackson,
- Team USA Para Fencer Ellen Geddes,
- Coaches John Gumbert and Mary Hodges,
- Navy Veteran and Para Climber Jared Lenahan and more.
The podcast is an extension of Move United, a publication that centers on adaptive sports. The magazine is published three times a year and is available in print by subscription as well as online.
The podcast is available on Spotify or wherever podcasts are available, per the release.
[Source(s): Move United, PRWeb]