I was looking at the cool cat teacher blog and i came across a very interesting article that brings up a lot of thought. The article is about one of the authors friends and when he was younger he got in an accident that almost ruined his life he lost both of his legs. He ran a Iron man triathlon event. This brings up a very big question if he can do it what your excuse for not doing something. Well one thing is if you get hurt you have more motivation to do something, if your not at a lower state of living you take a lot of stuff for granted. Also consider this when your faced with a challenge do you try to overcome it or just live with it? Excuses are just ways to change the way you want to do something because your afraid. When this is mentioned
"The legacy of Scott is not whether he does another Ironman or 500
more," said Mike Lenhart, Rigsby's training partner and founder of
another organization like his, Getting2Tri. "[His legacy] is if there
are a dozen or so other physically challenged individuals who do a 5K
run or do an international distance triathlon or even an Ironman, and
say the reason they did this is because they saw Scott Rigsby do it."
This guy influenced others they were afraid to overcome running this but they succuced this guy overcame something huge an iron man triathlon without two legs