Back in 2012, I was blown up in Afghanistan whilst going to the aid of a colleague. I was in a 3 week induced coma and woke up minus 2 legs, a broken arm and broken remainder of my left leg. In the coming weeks and months, I struggled to adapt to everything that had happened so suddenly. Gym workouts would go on to not only keep me sane and help build my strength back up, but also become a hobby and 4 years later has now given me the inspiration to become a personal trainer, and hopefully inspire others to better themselves and try harder along the way. My page is dedicated to my own progress and the progress of others in a similar situation. Check it out, and happy lifting.
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