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Week Ten: Episodes 28-30


 Episode 28

Autism in Children: Cardiovascular Fitness Alternatives

Running or walking on treadmill is a great exercise to improve your cardiovascular fitness. But can be difficult for many individuals with autism and many parents can’t afford a treadmill. In this video Coach Dave and Champion RJ show you ways to structure your child’s workouts that will benefit their cardiovascular system without using a treadmill.




Episode 29

Using Games to Engage your Children with Autism to Exercise

Champion RJ share with you how he turned his favorite iPad game into an activity to improve motor coordination that can help individuals with autism learn to throw a baseball.




Episode 30

Challenging Autism with Exercise

At 24 years old, Bill could not catch a baseball and is something he desperately wanted to do because baseball is his favorite sport. In this video Coach Dave will share what he did to help him and you will be amazed to see what Bill can do!




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