Reality Fitness & myTEAM TRIUMPH

We would like to give a huge THANK YOU to everyone who came out and supported this Fundraiser!  Thanks to you, Captain James will be able to participate in many events in the future.

If you would like to see Heidi & Christian talk about the fundraiser on FOX11, click here!

Reality Fitness supports myTEAM TRIUMPH!

We will be hosting a Fitness Festival February 1st, 2014 to raise funds for this amazing cause!

This 12 hour fitness festival is a one of a kind experience!

Hosted and coordinated by Reality Fitness and inspired by Team James.

Join for one hour or as many as you can do!  Even come back later in the day for more fun!

8:00am RealRyder
9:00am Corebar Vital
10:00am RealRyder/Strength Upper Body
11:00am RealRyder/Strength Lower Body
12:00pm RealRyder
1:00pm Runner’s Yoga
2:00pm Corebar FIT
3:00pm RealRyder/Strength Upper Body
4:00pm RealRyder/Strength Lower Body
5:00pm Blacklight RealRyder
6:00pm Blacklight RealRyder
7:00pm Blacklight Corebar HIT

Please use the following link to get signed up and secure your spot at this event!

Reality Fitness Festival



James Hardy was born May 3, 2006. At the time of his birth, we did not know there was anything different about his development. Two months later, after James’ head did not grow at the expected rate, he had a CT scan and we discovered James had encephalomalacia, or softening of the brain. We later learned James most likely had a stroke in utero which caused the blood to stop going to his brain for a short period of time. As a result, James is physically and cognitively disabled.

As James matured, we were always on the look out for things that made him feel joy. It was a fluke that we stumbled upon James’ love of speed after dinner one night at a local restaurant. While we stood outside and talked with family, Adam, James’ Dad, decided to race through the parking lot pushing James in his wheelchair. As I watched, I noticed James had a smile that stretched from ear to ear. This was the moment we knew James loved to go fast. The wind whipping through his hair, the freedom of racing, brought James happiness.

And we can continue to bring happiness to James through competing in events with myTEAM TRIUMPH. Every time James is pushed in a racing wheelchair, he can feel free. His physical and cognitive limitations are meaningless when he races down the road. We plan to bring James freedom from restriction and happiness for as long as we can.