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The intern goes golfing…

My name is Jeremy Mendrick and I am currently a sophomore studying Health and Exercise Science at Syracuse University. I have always been interested in the human body, how it functions, and that relationship between the body and personal fitness. I’ve been an athlete my entire life, with my sport of choice being basketball. I […]

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Thoughts of an intern…

By Sean McMahon, ASF Intern   There are many benefits to my internship at the Adaptive Sorts Foundation. Being in an office environment and learning about all the logistics that go into running the various programs the ASF offers is a great experience. Being a communications major, I have also enjoyed applying my knowledge in […]

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Update: Warriors in Motion

In the midst of the devastation of Hurricane Irene here in the Northeast and the resulting day-to-day struggles many of our friends and loved ones face as a result of the storm, it is comforting to know that we are associated with an organization that has a mission to help people heal and change their […]

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Adaptive Yoga for Any Body

“You’re not going to catch me trying to wrap my foot around my head.” “Yoga? No way. I don’t bend like that.” “Me? Do yoga? You’ve got to be kidding.” These are some typical comments people make when presented with the opportunity to practice yoga. However, in the last few years people of varying ages, […]

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Project Odyssey at ASF

ASF hosted the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) for our fourth Project Odyssey in May. This group included about a dozen male warriors from across the country, Vet Center therapists, and WWP staff. Project Odyssey is a program for warriors recovering from traumatic brain injuries and combat stress. It includes week-long outdoor activity, group interaction and […]

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