#adaptathome Livestream Workout Friday April 3 12pm EDT presented by Disabled Sports USA & Adaptive Training Academy

The Adaptive Bodyweight Burner will be led by adaptive athlete & equipment inventor Logan Aldridge!  All abilities are welcome and no equipment is needed. This at-home HIIT workout will have you breathing heavy, burning fat and building strength in just 15 minutes!

The first 100 registrants will have exclusive access to the live event and are eligible to win a RX Smart Gear MonoRope!




Thank you for your interest in this #adaptathome Livestream Workout! Due to capacity limitations and for security reasons, the Livestream link was only provided to the first 100 people who registered. We thank you for your understanding and don’t worry – you will be able to watch the recording on YouTube soon!

We are working on expanding our delivery of virtual events to ensure a quality experience for you in the future. Have you checked out our other #adaptathome resources and live workouts?

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any requests, questions or concerns!


About The Trainer

Logan Aldridge fell in love with an active lifestyle at a very young age. He grew up participating and excelling in any sport he tried. Lacrosse, football, golf, surfing and wakeboarding were the ones he was most passionate about. By the time he was 13 years old he had won a national championship with his youth football team, was on a year-round lacrosse team, played in golf tournaments and competed and won many national wakeboarding competitions with his sights on joining the circuit and becoming a professional.

Logan sustained a traumatic boating accident during training, and as a result, his left arm was amputated above the elbow. He quickly adopted a motto and mindset that, “it’s just an arm,” and returned to the sports and activities that he loved with a passion and desire to exceed expectations of his own and others. Just a year later he was landing tricks (flips) on a wakeboard that he could not do before his amputation. Logan started delivering motivational speeches at the age of 14, wrote a book, started a foundation and began working with underfunded children’s hospitals to provide amenities.

Logan studied business and additive manufacturing (3D printing) at UNC Wilmington where he learned to apply technology to the orthotic and prosthetic industry. After starting and running his own consulting firm for 3D printing integration he realized he had missed something–the majority of these patients were suffering from diabetes with no recourse after a limb would be amputated. He wanted to take a more macro approach to help these people regain their life or prevent the need to amputate at all by focusing on their health and wellness. He joined a CrossFit box, immersed himself in the community, methodologies and went to earn his L1 trainer certificate and now coaches numerous adaptive athletes.

Among his numerous accomplishments, Logan has competed for Team USA in the 100m, 200m, and long jump, as well as the Paralympic Nordic Skiing Team. Logan has also designed adaptive equipment including a one-handed jump rope (now known as the RX Smart Gear MonoRope).