Our clients will now know whether or not targeted muscles are active and have a better idea of how active they are.
Riverdale, NJ (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
On September 23, 2013, Push to Walk will hold its 6th Annual Charity Golf Outing at The Knoll West Country Club. In outing tradition, the organization will have a fun day ending with dinner which comprises of raffles, prizes, silent, and live auction. The dinner program also includes Raise Your Paddle for a Cause, which acts as part of the live auction and has helped the non-profit raise money for the Client Scholarship Fund and equipment in the past. Each year, the training staff determines how the funds should be allocated to have the most significant impact in the gym.
This year, Push to Walk will ask supporters to raise their paddles once again and help the organization purchase a MyoTrace 400. “The MyoTrace 400 will allow Push to Walk clients to get real-time biofeedback during their workouts and evaluations. Our clients will now know whether or not targeted muscles are active and have a better idea of how active they are. Clients will be able to focus even more intently on improving current movements they are working on. In addition, the MyoTrace 400 can provide essential outcome measures for the trainers to objectively, scientifically measure how much progress clients are making during their workouts,” says Push to Walk Program Director, Tommy Sutor.
Push to Walk uses exercise trainers certified in methods known to help people regain strength, function and independence and provide one-on-one workouts to their clients. The next closest facilities of this kind are located in Boston and North Carolina.
Online donation opportunities are available on the Push to Walk website: http://www.pushtowalknj.org. For more information, please contact Stephanie Lajam at (862) 200-5848 or slajam(at)pushtowalknj(dot)org.
About Push to Walk
Founded in 2007, Push to Walk is an organization that provides individualized workouts and resources to people with spinal cord injuries and other forms of paralysis to optimize current quality of life and to prepare for future medical advancements. It is the only program of its kind in the New York- New Jersey area. Push to Walk’s rigorous one-on-one workout approach challenges clients to reach their personal goals and achieve maximum independence, leading to greater success and fulfillment in their personal and professional lives. Push to Walk is only able to cover about 65% of its operating costs through client fees, and relies on grants and fundraising events to help make up the difference. A 501(C)3 non-profit, Push to Walk is located in Riverdale, New Jersey. Visit http://www.pushtowalknj.org to learn more.