Rowing is possible for just about every person with varying levels of function.  It provides an incredible cardiovascular workout as well as full body muscular workout. Whether you already row or are considering indoor rowing to get in shape, lose weight, cross-train for another sport, compete on the water or rehabilitate from injury or surgery, rowing is the complete exercise for you.

Sit volleyball follows the same rules as its non-disabled counterpart with a few modifications to accommodate the various disabilities.  In sitting volleyball, the net is about 3.5 feet high, and the court is 10 x 6 meters with a two-meter attack line. Players are allowed to block serves, but one “cheek” must be in contact with the floor whenever they make contact with the ball.

For more info:
Sarah Olson
Phone: (602) 626-5125Email:

August 24th

Registration: 9:30

Clinic: 10:00am-12:00pm

Lunch: 12:15pm

Veterans: Free

Members: Free

Non-Members: $6 Daily Drop-in Fee

Space is Limited

Email Sarah Olson at if you are interested. The grant funding for this program is awarded by U.S. Paralympics, a division or the U.S. Olympic Committee, through funding provided by Veterans Affairs.  The grants are provided to facilitate the growth of Paralympic sport programming for disabled Veterans and members of the Armed Forces.