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No Limits: Making Fitness Accessible for All

With Sarah Winchester
Season 8, Episode 16

Those with a disability, injury, or other physical restriction may feel their fitness options are more limited than they are for others — but with some modifications and a shift in mindset, they can discover what they can do rather than what they can’t.

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