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Move Together Apart – Adaptive Virtual Fitness programs

Check out ASF’s newest program, Move Together Apart – A virtual adaptive fitness program.  This program takes our mission of empowering lives through adaptive sports off the slopes and into the homes of our participants and families.

Register for Move Together Apart HERE

ASF’s Move Together Apart 

Program outline:

Designed by a credentialed adaptive sport educator, the program consists of 4 six week consecutively building sessions that will occur 4 times a year.  Each 6-week session will have a focus in addition to core fitness activities, on sports specific to seasonal sports the participants maybe engaging in (i.e.:  skiing or cycling, etc.).

Each week, there will be 2 live Zoom classes lead by the program’s head trainer & host, “homework” assignments which will be activities that can be done at home or outside in their neighborhoods, and 1-minute encouragement video per week from the program’s host.  LIVE Zoom classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday at 5pm EST.

Participants will be provided with a fitness ready package upon registration that will include a water bottle, exercise/yoga ball, resistance bands, pedometer, and a tee shirt.


Meet the Team!

Roger Hanson

ASF’s Move Together Apart Head Trainer and Host
Certified Personal Trainer
A Big Silly Guy from Brooklyn, New York

Coach Meghan Flanagan
ASF’s Move Together Apart Program Designer
Health and Physical Education Teacher – Windham High School, Windham, Maine

Master of Science in Physical Education – Concentration in Adapted Physical Education, May 2015
Thesis: Perceived Changes in Social Skills of Athletes with Autism in a Snowsports Program
Bachelor of Science in Movement and Sports Studies, May 2013
High School lacrosse, soccer, and volleyball

The ASF’s Move Together Apart Virtual Adaptive Fitness Program is funded via a grant from;