Episode Four | Changing What’s Possible: The Disability Innovation Podcast | Season One

Thu 01 Sep 2022

Changing What's Possible: The Disability Innovation Podcast | Season One

Episode Four | Personalize Your Health and Fitness with Accessercise: An Accessible Fitness App

Take control of your own health and fitness with a new exercise app designed specifically for people with disabilities! In this episode, we introduce you to Accessercise, a start-up company in the Remarkable Accelerator Program (#RA22) that helps people with a wide range of disabilities independently achieve their fitness goals. Ali Jawad, four-time Paralympian Powerlifter and Co-Founder of Accessercise, shares the company’s story and how his experiences informed the development of their innovative exercise app. In the second half of the episode, Becky Porte shares how Accessercise has helped in her own fitness journey, as well as her work as a personal trainer for others with disabilities.

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