David Vobora is dubbed the “Hope Dealer,” because of his ability to equip and empower people to find the source of their greatest potential.

As a keynote speaker, David uses his larger-than-life personality spread his inspirational message. His groundbreaking work has been shared around the world, including the award winning mini documentary, “Upstanders,” produced by Starbucks, a feature by Lester Holt on NBC Nightly News and an appearance on The Ellen Show.


David Vobora

Retired NFL Linebacker, David Vobora, specializes in human performance training that also inspires and motivates his clients to higher levels of achievement and fulfillment in service to others.

As the owner of Performance Vault and founder of the non-profit Adaptive Training Foundation, David works with athletes of all types – professional, Olympic, collegiate, tactical forces and, especially, those with severe disabilities, including many military veterans, but also victims of catastrophic injuries and illnesses.

Through his speaking endeavors and soon to be released book, David is able to spread his message of hope and inspiration to all. 

As founder and CEO of the Adaptive Training Foundation, David created and stewards a critical tool for recalibrating the lives of individuals with physical disabilities.

Through intense, individualized physical and mental coaching, the Dallas-based gym provides a path for adaptive athletes to find confidence, mobility and, above all, hope. Through an army of support, trust, and renewed autonomy, the Adaptive Training Foundation creates a paradigm shift from defining oneself through a lens of impairment to one that is filled with possibility. The foundation redefines limits for wounded veterans and individuals with life-altering physical challenges and sets the standard of excellence for adaptive training. ATF is diligently defining the methodology for this innovative physical training and the mental effect of hope restoration.


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