Equest Hooves for Heroes (@hooves4heroes)

A few little sprinkles couldn't stop these @adaptivetrainingfoundation athletes from getting some time in the saddle today! #horsesheal #TeamATF #Carrytheload #nonprofitpartnersu252287

Adaptive Training Foundation (@adaptivetrainingfoundation)

Athlete Spotlight! Meet David Christopher.

My name is David Christopher and I am a 25 year disabled Army Veteran with several deployments to areas such as Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Cuba, and Korea. I have one son that is 15 and is a huge impact on my life. I was born in Nashville, Tennessee. I joined the U.S. Army Reserve in 1989 in the Military Police Corps. I attended the law enforcement academy and worked for several local law enforcement departments. While working I was able to complete my Bachelor degree in Criminal Justice at Florida State University. I had been in the Army Reserve almost 12 years and the rank of Sergeant First Class when 9/11 happened. I was deployed several times from Cuba to the Army Reserve Headquarters.

On December 1, 2013 I was involved in a motorcycle crash in California that left me paralyzed and in a wheelchair. I am very thankful to still be alive and here to share my experience with others. Life truly has a new meaning that no one should take for granted. I was discharged from the Army in September of 2015 and moved back to Florida in 2016. I have approached this condition with a positive attitude with new desire for life. I am always looking for new ways to enjoy life. I approach ever day as a challenge and I am ready to face the next one. I am honored to attend programs such as this that focus on bettering lives and bringing Veterans together. #TeamATF #ReDefine #ClassXI

Kat Michele (@katmichele7)

Amazing Monday. Amazing people. Love this tribe!! #teamATF

#ATeamFamily (@atf_private_security)

New client who dis? Excited with our new partnership with #bape. Great start to the year.
#atfprivatesecurity #ateamfamily #teamatf #security #bodyguard #hypebeast

The Heroes Journey (@theheroesjourney_org)

SFC Tui suffered a traumatic injury in 2007 while deployed to Afghanistan that resulted in him becoming quadriplegic. Sua is approaching recovery with the same single-minded determination that he trained and fought with in the army. Defying all odds of medical probability and possibility according to physicians, SFC Tui continues to show progress in mobility, function, bodily sensation, and control - even after 10 years of injury. #TeamATF #ReDefine #adaptiveathlete #mondaymotivation #ClassXI

Adaptive Training Foundation (@adaptivetrainingfoundation)

Calm, cool, and collected. All things rarely seen at ATF. Not even sure how Dianne even captured this moment. We’ll let Brian enjoy it just this once. #TeamATF #ReDefine #ClassXI

Adaptive Training Foundation (@adaptivetrainingfoundation)

Lawrence doesn’t skip leg day. You should be more like Lawrence. #TeamATF #ReDefine #ClassXI

Anytime Fitness Griffin (@anytimefitnessgriffin)

Get ready for celebrity trainer @dan_dc_conn and Brisbane's Biggest Bootcamp for Charity.
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Secure your spot: www.brisbanesbiggestbootcamp.eventbrite.com.au
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All proceeds go to the Heart Foundation. Open to members and non-members!
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#bootcamp #danconn #anytimefitness #charity #heartfoundation #donate #savelives #run #jump #squat #plank #brisbane #chermside #teamatf #anytimefitnessau

Anytime Fitness Kallangur (@anytimefitnesskallangur)

Get ready for celebrity trainer @dan_dc_conn and Brisbane's Biggest Bootcamp for Charity.
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Secure your spot: www.brisbanesbiggestbootcamp.eventbrite.com.au
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All proceeds go to the Heart Foundation. Open to members and non-members!
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#bootcamp #danconn #anytimefitness #charity #heartfoundation #donate #savelives #run #jump #squat #plank #brisbane #chermside #teamatf #anytimefitnessau

Bold Agency (@joechavez360)

#Repost @adaptivetrainingfoundation (@get_repost)
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Athlete Spotlight! Meet Sua Tui!

SFC Tuimalealiifano was born in American Samoa. His family moved to the United States to seek better opportunities when he was 6 years old. Struggling as a non-English speaking immigrant family in the “projects” with parents who were ministers laid the foundation that shaped the character traits SFC Tui would always be known for: compassion, respect, faith, determination, and hard work. When Sua joined the US Army, his natural confidence, capability, athleticism, and leadership skills flourished: as a Paratrooper, Jumpmaster, combat veteran, disaster recovery relief worker (Hurricanes Katrina and Rita), and top secret security clearance Special Operations soldier.

SFC Tui suffered a traumatic injury in 2007 while deployed to Afghanistan that resulted in him becoming quadriplegic. Sua approached recovery with the same single-minded determination that he had trained and fought with. Defying all odds of medical probability and possibility according to physicians, SFC Tui continues to show progress in mobility, function, bodily sensation, and control - even after 10 years of injury. #TeamATF #ReDefine #ClassXI#Repost @adaptivetrainingfoundation (@get_repost)
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Athlete Spotlight! Meet Sua Tui!

SFC Tuimalealiifano was born in American Samoa. His family moved to the United States to seek better opportunities when he was 6 years old. Struggling as a non-English speaking immigrant family in the “projects” with parents who were ministers laid the foundation that shaped the character traits SFC Tui would always be known for: compassion, respect, faith, determination, and hard work. When Sua joined the US Army, his natural confidence, capability, athleticism, and leadership skills flourished: as a Paratrooper, Jumpmaster, combat veteran, disaster recovery relief worker (Hurricanes Katrina and Rita), and top secret security clearance Special Operations soldier.

SFC Tui suffered a traumatic injury in 2007 while deployed to Afghanistan that resulted in him becoming quadriplegic. Sua approached recovery with the same single-minded determination that he had trained and fought with. Defyi

Adaptive Training Foundation (@adaptivetrainingfoundation)

Athlete Spotlight! Meet Sua Tui!

SFC Tuimalealiifano was born in American Samoa. His family moved to the United States to seek better opportunities when he was 6 years old. Struggling as a non-English speaking immigrant family in the “projects” with parents who were ministers laid the foundation that shaped the character traits SFC Tui would always be known for: compassion, respect, faith, determination, and hard work. When Sua joined the US Army, his natural confidence, capability, athleticism, and leadership skills flourished: as a Paratrooper, Jumpmaster, combat veteran, disaster recovery relief worker (Hurricanes Katrina and Rita), and top secret security clearance Special Operations soldier.

SFC Tui suffered a traumatic injury in 2007 while deployed to Afghanistan that resulted in him becoming quadriplegic. Sua approached recovery with the same single-minded determination that he had trained and fought with. Defying all odds of medical probability and possibility according to physicians, SFC Tui continues to show progress in mobility, function, bodily sensation, and control - even after 10 years of injury. #TeamATF #ReDefine #ClassXI

Adaptive Training Foundation (@adaptivetrainingfoundation)

Nothing quite as heart warming as getting some hand written Valentine’s Day cards from our supporters at Girl Scout Troop 8451. Huge thanks to Danielle Mazzeo Ingold for making it happen! #valentinesday #TeamATF #ReDefine #ClassXI

Adaptive Training Foundation (@adaptivetrainingfoundation)

Anyone know what a nub looks like under a DEXA scan? Now we do too!
A little pre-transformation Tuesday action today. Shoutout to @dexafitdallas for hooking up #ClassXI with some body scans! Can’t wait to see what the post-program results look like. #TeamATF #ReDefine
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