EA is making EA-xercise for EA-veryone !!!


See how EA's special Adaptive Exercise Program, Equipment, and Curriculum are changing lives, EA-veryday!!!


EA-mpowering through EA-xercise since 2009

EA provides several physical training services for the I/DD population


Within their schools, homes, organizations, and communities

Services

Where there are special people...there are special needs, we've set out to address this.


We have worked with schools and organizations locally, nationally, and abroad, to develop programs for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Special Needs Personal Training in Pittsburgh


EA and The Arc

EA was invited to NDSC and The Arc's National Convention 


The Lives We Impact

EA-xercise for All


EA Licensing Program to Schools

EA licensing in New England and Pittsburgh

Recent Projects

“One of the most valuable experiences I’ve had with individuals with disabilities in my Duquense University Masters Program was not in a classroom setting.  Since last semester, I have been going once a week to exercise with the athletes at Eruption Athletics.  These athletes range in age, ability, and physical strength, yet they all have such a contagious joy for exercising and socializing with us each week. On a weekly basis, these athletes inspire me because of their determination and passion for exercise and fitness. Over the past year, I have witnessed each of these athletes grow personally as they improve both their social skills and physical strength and endurance.” 
--Lauren Schieb (Volunteer)

 


EA Program Sites Open

Gibsonia, Mars, Harmony,

Washington, Robinson,

Castle Shannon, etc...


  • "Grow with the Flow" Group Training
  • "EA-scension" Program Licensing
  • "Volcano P.A.D.D." Home & Typical Training
  • "Roadshow" Off-Site Training
  • "Field Trip" School & private group training
  • "EA-nspiration" Public Speaking
“Andrew has become more aware of healthy exercise routines.  He looks forward to going to Eruption Athletics for multiple reasons.  As a parent of a special needs teen I believe an experience of participating in, ‘routine workouts,’ is valuable for any individual, especially those with more limited social outlets.  This has been an experience that has benefitted both the athletes and the care givers.  The health benefits as well as the social aspects are a huge plus for my special needs child.” 
--Jan Hirsh (Parent)