Motorcycle back in 06 put me in a chair
I met a bodybuilder while training at my old gym and he challenged me to do a show, which ironically was his first show.
I wanted to become a wheelchair bodybuilder to educate others that there are no limits to anyone, disabled or not. Also, I want my son to see me as someone of not only great mental strength but physical too.
I got started by researching diet, pre-contest bulking and cutting. Not to mention, I talked to as many people as I could that were into bodybuilding. At the time I only knew a few
My motivation is first and foremost my son, Garrett. I want to show him and others around me that anything is possible with a positive attitude. I also am motivated from results and progression from each show and my friends that support me. I believe most wheelchair bodybuilders are touched by the fact that we inspire all sorts of people. It's just an indescribable feeling!
• Amateur Contest History
2012 NPC Wheelchair Nationals : 3rd Place
2011 NPC Wheelchair Nationals : 1st Place
2011 NPC Wheelchair Nationals : 2nd Place
2009 Southern Isles Bodybuilding : 1st Place