AOF:190 Gold medalist and founder of WheelWod.com on adapting.
Chris Stoutenburg leaned back on a railing when he was 20 years old and fell two stories, landing on his arm on a patch of grass the size of his body. It was a lucky fall and the beginning of his story on the show. He went on to travel the world and win multiple championship for Team Canada in wheelchair basketball, co-founded a successful Cross Fit box and founded WheelWod.com. An inspiring story that reinforces that we are not our circumstances, we are how we react to them.
You’ve got to try his WOD he shares on the show….Ouch.
Be sure to check out his 5 day a week workout site, Wheel Wod.
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