Alexandra Allred was named Athlete of the Year by the United States Olympic Committee for her sport ... but that was just the beginning. After making the first ever women's US Bobsled team, Allred turned to adventure writing and never looked back ... until she discovered fiction! *Be careful ... if you say it, she'll write it down*
After meeting and working with a group of special needs adults, Alexandra now works with and has designed a fitness program for people with special needs or a physical disability. Power On! Core is a totally inclusive workout designed to restore confidence, balance, ability, stability, and functional movement. This is the workout for everyone!
Power On! Core
In 2013, Alexandra met a group of special needs young adults on the campus of Navarro College. One of Alex's rules in life is no one should ever be excluded so ... not being able to stand how excluded this group appeared to be, she invited the class to join her Pilates and kickbox classes. Now, three years later, she offers free fitness classes to special needs adults. What she saw that how much these same people want to be stronger, they want to be healthier, they want to be able to do the things they see everyone else do .. but they have been ignored by the fitness industry. If you look at fitness DVDs and television programs, online workouts, and all the popular workout crazes today, who do you see? The vast majority of the exercise programs are directed exclusively toward 18 to 50+ year olds who are in reasonably good health and cardio condition.