Wounded vets receive three free hour-long sessions of personal training or Orthopedic Exercise services. As always, the programs are tailored to your needs and goals. PTSD is a legitimate injury; you don’t need to be physically injured to take part in this program. Amputees are welcome; SARC is wheelchair-friendly.
What you’ll need to provide: Military i.d. (to prove you are a vet), a complete and thorough explanation of your injury, and your driver’s license (to protect the children in our facility, SARC asks to see the driver’s license when someone signs up for a day pass – it’s how you can prove that you are who you say you are, and that you’re not on any local watch lists).
A membership is not required: You can purchase a day pass each time you see me for $8 each day ($5 for folks over 62), but short-term memberships and punch cards are available for purchase if you decide you want to work out at the gym more often.
“Alicia is tireless, friendly and helpful. While I met her in a very beaten down, discouraged state, she helped me feel comfortable in the gym and taught me how to work well with my body. I greatly appreciate her assistance and heartily recommend her.”