Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (440) 225-2365
IMPORTANT INFO: Does your child have a fitness goal? Let us help! We are now offering personal training sessions! See the flyer for more details.
IMPORTANT INFO: Discussion notes are posted on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/jacobsladderfitness and emailed out prior to the Weekly Bible Study/Support Group for you to use as a reference during the Bible Study.
Listen to the conversation between founder Tony D’Orazio of Jacobs ladder fitness and Dr. Stephanie Holmes which aired on mental health news radio.The conversation centers around what he is doing to improve the fitness level of the special needs community, and also some discussion on Tony’s soon to be published book.
Tony and Jake are now certified instructors with the Down To Box program.
If you think you or your child may benefit from boxing sessions. Please email us at email@example.com
If you are interested in learning more about Down To Box. Please visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/downtoboxinc
Tony’s talk on Exercise for the Special Need’s Population was played at SOAR’s Wonderfully Made Virtual Conference. He talked about why exercise is important for the special needs population and what parents and caregivers can do. Students of Jacob’s Ladder Fitness demonstrated some fitness activities.
Sara graduated from Wright State University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Service. Throughout high school and college, she had various internships and jobs at agencies that serve people with disabilities. For the past two years Sara worked as a Career Planning Associate at an adult day center that serves adults with developmental disabilities. Sara also serves on the Board of Trustees as a board member for Youth Challenge. In her free time, you can find her hand cycling around her neighborhood.
Tuesday evenings 6:30-7:30 PM
23080 Royalton Rd.
First property west of Strongsville, across from Marks Road
On hold due to Pandemic
Thursday Evenings 7:00 PM- 8 PM
Cuyahoga Heights High School
4820 East 71st St
North Gym and fitness center
Lou and Grace D'Orazio set an example of serving others to their children. We wish to continue that tradition by helping those in the special needs community. We are all about improving the level of fitness and activity in this population. Strong and fit individuals are able to accomplish more, have lower health care costs and live longer and more productive lives.
We are a Christian non-profit focusing on serving the needs of the special needs population through regular exercise, fitness and healthy lifestyle education. We also pray together after each workout, Our members and volunteers provide the coaching, encouragement and education that helps us affect change.
Your support and contributions will enable us to achieve our mission of serving the special needs community.