When Garrett Holeve turned 5, the age most boys begin in the typical athletic programs such as little league baseball, soccer etc.; there were limited opportunities for adaptive athletes. Garrett’s parents decided to enroll Garrett in the “typical” youth athletic leagues. It was difficult because inclusion of adaptive athletes into “mainstream” programs was rarely attempted by anyone.  He started out in T-ball, and then turned his sights on basketball. With his father by his side as a “unique coach”; Garrett successfully integrated himself into the local basketball program for 13 years.  After aging out of the youth programs he searched for something new; Garrett began training in weight lifting and physical conditioning program with his father at a local gym. In 2011 he ventured into American Top Team in Davie, Fl. and began his MMA career. On November 8, 2014 he earned a victory in his first sanctioned MMA bout. He continues to compete in MMA and is an avid CrossFit competitor.

Garrett and his family know how athletic training has benefited his overall health and fitness level. Most importantly his self-confidence and self-esteem have also increased. He has taken an active interest in coaching and training adaptive athletes of all ages.


Organizations I Represent

  • National Down Syndrome Society Ambassador
  • Fighting for Autism Ambassador
  • I AM ADAPTIVE Athlete Advocate

Organizations I Represent

  • ESPN Sports Center Feature Story & Interview 2013
  • FUEL TV Ultimate Insider – Feature Story & Interview 2012
  • UFC Fan Expo 2013 & 2012
  • Various Radio & Live Appearances

Find out more about ‘G Money’ by following her journey!

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