AOF:154 Born without legs, or limits.
Trey Jenifer came in 3rd in his state for wrestling, now he plays for team USA. His story is for all of us.
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Trey Jenifer was born with a rare disease that didn’t allow his lower body to develop. Who cares? This dude is a beast. From one of the best wrestlers in the state of Maryland and on to college and now Team USA’s wheelchair basketball team he is an amazing athlete. On this episode we talk about some of the things everyone wonders but never asks people without legs. What it is like to compete at the highest level? He tells us on this episode!
On the show:
- About the rare disease Congenital Phocomelia
- What growing up was like with his siblings athletically
- How he uses the stares to teach people
- Advantages and disadvantages of not having legs athletically
- How to qualify for team USA
- How many pull ups he can do
- The basketball drill you can try
- What adventure/sport he will try next
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