Gym works out fitness regimens for people with autism

11/17/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A new Massachusetts gym opened by a former special-needs counselor tailors fitness programs to people with autism and other disabilities. "There is such a need for these programs for children and adults with autism," said founder Bret Bondlow. "Regular exercise helps them focus and reduces behavioral incidents."

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