One of the thing that is unique about sports and exercise is that it is one of the best activities that best praises the prowess of the human form. This is why we all tune in to watch the Olympics. Regardless of whether you are watching a professional gymnast, swimmer, or ice skater, there is something magical about reveling in the power of what the human body is able to achieve when disciplined and gifted with strength. This is also why we are judgmental of people who cheat in sports because they are robbing us of the pleasure of marveling at the natural achievements of the human body. For those of us who are disabled, however, the idea of sporting events can be intimidating! Only the last few decades have we expanded our minds and have found ways to celebrate all bodies, even those that are physically or mentally challenged. If you are looking for ways to help increase inclusivity in sports, read this article today!
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