The #HelpMeFit Challenge is an opportunity to enhance your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. More than just focusing on physical fitness, we also equip you with valuable nutritional and mental health insights.
Our comprehensive twelve-week program is designed to be intense, but rest assured, it’s created to cultivate a sustainable positive mindset to keep your momentum going even after the program.
Our program offers many benefits. It helps improve overall body function and muscle strength. It reduces muscle tightness and increases stimulation to the muscles and bones, which is good for your posture and bone health. The program also improves blood flow, especially to areas that can get skin damage, and keeps joints healthy. Additionally, it helps lessen pain and depression, increases the ability to move, and reduces muscle spasms.
• Cerebral Palsy
• Diabetic Complications
• Geriatric Population
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Muscular Dystrophy
• Spinal Cord Injury
• Transverse Myelitis
• Traumatic Brain Injury
WE SERVE ANYONE WHO IDENTIFIES AS HAVING A PHYSICAL DISABILITY
Disabled but not Really aspires to help individuals living with a physical disability develop a limitless mindset. With proper access, such a mindset can empower those we serve to live a better quality of life. #Helpmefit
DBNR Helped me have a second family. It gives you back that POWER to tell yourself you still can go to the gym, you still can be FIT.
Dyllan – 2023 HMFC Athlete
Payton Nowlin is a fitness coach and third-year occupational therapy student. She is passionate about helping people lead happy, healthy, independent lives. Payton has experience leading people of all ages and abilities through fitness, and has been working as a personal trainer and group fitness coach since 2015. She enjoys spending time with friends and family and participating in obstacle course races for fun. Payton is a northwest Kansas native who is glad to call Kansas City her home. Growing up in a small rural community Payton realized how disparities can really impact one’s life. Her goal is to make fitness fun and accessible for all and to promote better health outcomes for future generations.
CFSC, NASM-CPT, AIT