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IBCR & UWAR Mission

The inventors of the Ultimate Workout and Recovery (UWAR) Complete Home Gym started with just a product. They realized the need to create an all-in-one exercise unit that could be used by mobility-challenged individuals – particularly with conditions or injuries that required them to be bed-bound or wheelchair-bound. With that goal in mind, they invented the UWAR Complete Home Gym. However, the euphoria they felt in designing and producing this product soon turned to a sense of frustration when they realized that many of the individuals who needed their product the most, could not afford it.

As a result, shortly after UWAR’s formation in 2015, its founders Dr. Samuel Salamon and J.T. Salamon, in consultation with engineer Vladimir Feldman, formed The In Bed and Chair Recovery Foundation, a federally registered 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, to provide these units to those with limited financial means.

UWAR Rehab Fitness Equipment

Tangible, Home-Based Rehabilitation / Fitness Equipment

The home-based rehabilitation and fitness equipment used in this pilot will be provided by Ultimate Workout and Recovery (UWAR). Based in Ohio, this organization produces the UWAR Complete Home Gym.


The In Bed and Chair Recovery Foundation

IBCR is the charitable arm of Ultimate Workout and Recovery The goal of the foundation is to provide UWAR Complete Home Gym’s to individuals with disabilities, and limited means.

Who Needs the UWAR Complete Home Gym?

The UWAR Complete Home Gym benefits wounded warriors and veterans, athletes, paraplegics and spinal cord injury patients, as well as bariatric patients, cancer and immune-compromised patients. However, it can also be used by stay-at-home mothers, caregivers, occupational and physical therapists, senior centers, nursing homes, veterans’ hospitals, rehab clinics, fitness enthusiasts, personal trainers and chiropractors.

  • UP TO 100 DIFFERENT USES INCLUDING FITNESS/MOBILITY/THERAPY
  • QUICK AND FUN WORKOUTFOR ANYONE AT ANY AGE AND ANY LEVELAND ABILITY
  • EASY SETUP FOR MOST CAREGIVERS/TRAINERS
  • EASY TO ADJUST
  • EASY TO STORE
  • USE IN A DEN RECLINER, BED OR WHEELCHAIR
  • LOW IMPACT
  • NO FREE WEIGHTS RISK AND MINIMIZE FALL RISK CHALLENGES
  • EXPEDITED AND MORE CREATIVE  AND EXCITINGTHERAPY/WELLNESS/TRAINING SESSIONS
  • VARIABLE RESISTANCE/ADJUSTABILITY
  • CARDIO AND MUCH MORE WHILE IN BED OR CHAIR USING OURUNIQUE CUTTING EDGE COMPLETE AND ADAPTIVE HOME GYM!UP TO 100 DIFFERENT USES INCLUDING FITNESS/MOBILITY/THERAPY
  • QUICK AND FUN WORKOUTFOR ANYONE AT ANY AGE AND ANY LEVELAND ABILITY
  • EASY SETUP FOR MOST CAREGIVERS/TRAINERS
  • EASY TO ADJUST
  • EASY TO STORE
  • USE IN A DEN RECLINER, BED OR WHEELCHAIR
  • LOW IMPACT
  • NO FREE WEIGHTS RISK AND MINIMIZE FALL RISK CHALLENGES
  • EXPEDITED AND MORE CREATIVE  AND EXCITINGTHERAPY/WELLNESS/TRAINING SESSIONS
  • VARIABLE RESISTANCE/ADJUSTABILITY
  • CARDIO AND MUCH MORE WHILE IN BED OR CHAIR USING OURUNIQUE CUTTING EDGE COMPLETE AND ADAPTIVE HOME GYM!

One of the first recipients of this adaptive home gym was KJ. Just a week after he graduated Kindergarten, KJ was stuck by a car and suffered a spinal cord injury. Even that devastating accident couldn't keep this big-hearted boy down for long. Despite the concussion, lung collapse, internal bleeding, and of course his shattered spine, KJ pulled through and is now an honor roll student at school. Always a sports enthusiast, he plays with the Mississippi Wheel Cats, and participates in wheelchair basketball camps, This past year he received Defensive Player of the Year! His natural ability, cheerful attitude, and intelligence will drive him to succeed in life despite his unfortunate accident. His motto is PUSH ON KJ!

Enter the In Bed and Chair Recovery Foundation. The IBCR heard about this remarkable young man through an application sent over and it is thanks to Greenbee Fundraising that that the IBCR Foundation decided to donate the Ultimate Workout and Recovery (UWAR) Gym to this dynamic 12-year-old. He took to the equipment immediately and is using it often to obtain a no impact total body workout.

According to a message sent to IBCR "KJ really loves it! We have a big tournament in Atlanta...Gonna spread the word!"

TJ Gets UWAR


By using a simple application form, the IBCR board of Directors would match a donor with an applicant and provide a unit at no cost to the recipient. The only stipulation is that the recipient keep track or his or her progress and let the foundation know on a quarterly basis. The In Bed and Chair Recovery Foundation is dedicated to providing  UWAR products to at risk, low income individuals and organizations serving them, including:

  • Veterans, wounded warriors
  • Wheelchair users
  • Childhood obesity
  • Bariatric patients
  • Children with disabilities
  • Rehab patients
  • Seniors
  • Caregivers
  • Spinal cord injured
  • and more

Our Target Population:

  • Veterans
  • Hospital Rooms and Rehab Centers
  • Seniors
  • Exercise & Weight Loss
  • Wheelchair Users & Spinal Cord Injured
  • Bed Bound
  • Athletes
  • Teens & Children

Benefits of Working Out Together

The Benefits of Working Together

Combining the cutting edge technology of the In Bed and Chair Recovery (IBCR) Foundation with your reputation and integrity, we can reach thousands who will benefit from our joint philanthropic efforts. We invite you to join our efforts to make total body fitness available to those in bed, wheelchair or chair due to mobility issues short or long term, regardless of their ability to pay.

Disability Statistics

  • 13% of all children and youth the US are with special needs
  • 35% of all children and youth receiving specialeducation services had specific learning disabilities,
  • 12% have healthimpairments (including limited strength, vitality, or alertness due to chronic or acute health
  • problems such as a heart condition, tuberculosis, rheumatic
  • fever, nephritis, asthma,sickle cell anemia, hemophilia,
  • epilepsy, lead poisoning, leukemia, or diabetes).
  • 6-8% dealswith   autism, intellectual disabilities, developmentaldelays, or emotional disturbances.
  • 2% have multiple disabilities, hearing impairments, orthopedic impairments, visual impairments, traumatic brain injuries, or deaf blindness.
  • 250,000 Americans are spinal cord injured.
  • 52% of spinal cord injured individuals are considered paraplegic and 47% quadriplegic.
  • Approximately 11,000 new injuries occur each year.
  • 56% of injuries occur between the ages of 16 and 30.
  • The average age of spinal cord injured person is 31.
  • 89% of all SCI individuals are discharged from hospitals to a private home, 4.3% are discharged to nursing homes
  • Only 52% of SCI  individuals are covered by private health insurance at time of injury.
  • 3.8 million is the number of veterans with a service connected  disability rating in 2014. Of this number, 1.1 million had a rating of 70 percent or higher. A “service-connected” disability is one that was a result of a disease or injury incurred or aggravated during active military service

 

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