Special Strong was founded by Daniel Stein who was diagnosed with a learning disability, mood disorder and autoimmune disease at the age of 21. After using exercise to overcome his daily challenges Daniel and his wife, Trinity Stein, started a fitness brand to help others with disabilities obtain them healthier and higher functioning lives.
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