Fuse[FORCE]

Fuse[FORCE] is a class for kids, teens and adults living with autism and other developmental challenges.

West Bloomfield Schedule

Saturdays 10:30am-11:15am
Tuesdays 4:15pm-5pm

Royal Oak Schedule

Saturdays 11:45am-12:30pm

Single Class
West Bloomfield

$11

 

 

One single class to be redeemed
within one month of purchase.

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Fuse[FORCE] Memberships
West Bloomfield

$40/mo or $72/mo

  

4 classes per month or 8 classes per month, recurring membership

 

Memberships can be shared between siblings.

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Single Class
Royal Oak

$11

 

 

One single class to be redeemed
within one month of purchase.

Email to Purchase

Fuse[FORCE] Memberships
Royal Oak

$40/mo or $72/mo

  

4 classes per month or 8 classes per month, recurring membership

 

Memberships can be shared between siblings.

Email to Purchase

Benefits of Exercise on People with Living with Autism and Related Developmental Challenges

Exercise and physical activity are important for people with and without Autism. Obesity is a problem today and an even greater problem for children and adults with Autism. More than half of all children with Autism are either overweight or at risk (Autism Speaks). Being overweight can put children at increased risk for numerous health problems. Health concerns include diabetes, cardiovascular disease, bone and joint problems, depression and anxiety. Research shows that sports, exercise and other physical activities can be useful to help with weight management.

Regular physical activity can also lead to improved quality of life for people with Autism. Increased aerobic exercise can decrease the frequency of behaviors like body rocking, spinning, head nodding, hand flapping, object tapping, aggression and more (Autism Speaks).

Benefits of Fuse45 for kids, teens, and adults with Autism and related challenges include:

  • Physical: Strength, balance, flexibility, coordination, stamina
  • Social & Emotional: Teamwork, friendship, peer interaction, confidence and self-esteem gained from sense of accomplishment
  • Vocational: Teamwork, problem solving, productivity, task fluency

As children with Autism and related challenges get older, fewer programs are available to them. With programs like Fuse Force, kids with Autism and related developmental challenges will have a healthy community to strive and a strong sense of belonging. All children should have the opportunity to experience the benefits of staying healthy and fit by joining group exercise classes. The behavioral, physiological, emotional and social benefits cannot be ignored.

Have a child or know someone with special needs? Tell him/her about Fuse45!

Tom B, 53

I am a physician who was hitting my gym pretty hard 5-6 days a week. I thought I had designed a pretty good workout. My wife was raving about Fuse45 and got me to try a class. WOW, what an upgrade! I dropped 12 pounds in 6 weeks. Even better, Fuse45 is absolutely the second-most fun you can have getting hot and sweaty as a couple!

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