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Adaptive Sports

Adaptive Sports

Staying active when living with a disability can help you strengthen your heart, build strong muscles and bones, improve coordination, and makes you feel better.

Adaptive sports are all the rage in the community of about 56.7 million of people living with a disability in the USA, there are several adaptive sports and recreation programs a person with a disability can try if want to enjoy better health and social activities.

The listing below contains the most famous adaptive sports captivating the attention of the community around the world:

(Remember to ask your doctor before starting any sport)

Adaptive Sports:

Archery

Basketball

Boccia

Canoeing

Cross-Country Skiing

Curling

Cycling

Downhill Skiing

Equestrian

Fishing

Golf

Hand Cycling

Hiking

Hunting

Kayaking

Martial Arts

Mountain Biking

Paddling

Power Soccer

Rafting

Rock Climbing

Running

Sailing

Scuba

Skateboarding

Sled Hockey

Snowboarding

Snowshoeing

Strength Training

Surfing

Swimming

Tai Chi

Tennis

Triathlon

Volleyball

Water Skiing

Wheelchair Racing

Yoga

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