Prader-Willie Syndrom, Childhood Obesity, and Physical Activity Studies!
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Bradley Clark



                        Department of Kinesiology


Project Title: Co-Investigator (Remote Resistance Training in Adults with Down Syndrome)


Brad Clark is a graduate student in the Department of Kinesiology at the Cal State University of Fullerton, where he also received his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology in 2019. During Brad's undergraduate degree, he worked on research assessing resistance training and hypermobility in participants with Down syndrome. Brad's passion for working with people that have intellectual and developmental disabilities started when his sister April was born with Down syndrome. After April came into his life, he grew up volunteering with the Down Syndrome Association of Orange County. In 2009, he started volunteering for Rising Above Disabilities (RAD) Camp. RAD Camp is a multi-award-winning camp for people with special needs in Orange County, where he now holds a leadership role mentoring youth on how to interact with people with disabilities. Brad has also presented at the National Adapted Physical Education Conference. Currently, Brad is focusing on his Master's thesis while running his business BC Adaptive Fitness, which provides fitness for people with disabilities in an all-inclusive setting through online and in-person training. He is also usually accompanied by his golden retriever named Remington.

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