Miles (Australian soccer and Queensland Athletics representative at the Special Olympics) had his first day today as a Holt Bolt Trainer. Miles has a diploma in fitness and his motivational and instructional abilities were on show today!
Referring to the awesome depth of Nadena’s lunging: Ash: where did this come from?
Nadena: I don’t know .... ok, fair call 🤷♀️ Nadena is one of the most positive, happy-go-lucky kids I’ve met, and I have had the pleasure of working with her for the last three months. Words cannot express how proud I am of how far she has come in such a short time.
Nadena has Williams Syndrome; a developmental disorder that results in a very unique personality and intellectual impairment. Nadena is constantly cheering on the other members of Holt Bolt Active- whether she knows them or not and is never too shy to say hello 🙌🏻 🌞 Keep up the great work Dena- we are so proud to have you as a member of The Holt Bolt team! ~Ash
Lucy was so determined to do the rope swing she added in a few extra swings for good measure. Her upper body strength is incredible. In the gym she punches out 5 chin ups on her own and sets of up to 10 push ups!
Ryder’s first session back in March, 2018! Ryder has a rare condition known as Kabuki Syndrome. When Ryder was one he also suffered a brain injury post-heart surgery, leaving him non-verbal and with very little muscular strength. Ryder is now seven years old and has been training with Holt Bolt Active for over five months and has come a long way since this video was taken. Our goals are to get him walking without assistance, jumping, able to lift and carry small objects for himself and possibly even have him running in the next couple of years. Ryder is one of the most fun loving, cheeky, amazing and inspirational kids you will ever meet 💕 Follow Ryder’s journey here or on our Facebook page “Holt Bolt”