Adaptive Training Foundation (ATF) is an organization that seeks to restore hope through movement to those with physical impairment, with a focus on veterans, by offering optimization and empowering adaptive athletes to REDEFINE the best version of themselves.
ATF has identified a void – people living with physical impairment struggle to find a way to advance their mental and physical capacity post rehabilitation. ATF was created to fill the void by offering individuals customized adaptive training based around their performance goals.
The goal is to RESTORE by empowering through training, RECALIBRATE by helping them to reach their performance goals, and REDEPLOY by providing opportunities for adaptive athletes to compete. ATF’s REDEFINE program features a 9-week training program designed to improve athletes in the gym, but more importantly the empowered athlete awakens to redefine his or her life.
OUR WORK: GroundFloor invested $70k in seed funding and mentoring support focused on developing Adaptive Training Foundation’s governance model and strategic growth planning. Additionally, United Way impact staff advised ATF on tracking and measuring their impact on the athletes. Through ATF’s participation in 2016’s OneUp the Vote, they received $5,500 for winning a weekly prize.
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