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Oct 20, 2017

In this episode, one can learn from Wes Hamilton how to reframe after trauma and build a beautiful, meaningful life.   When Wes Hamilton was 24, he was shot multiple times by someone he never met and spent three weeks in the ICU. He woke up paralyzed from the waist down with a spinal cord injury. At the time he had a two-year-old daughter and now, a new life in a wheelchair. He weighed 230 pounds and suffered from lengthy depression and medical complications due to my weight. He found a way to adapt and in the first year, he lost 100 pounds and realized the importance of fitness, especially for those who have disabilities. Wes developed the non-profit, Disabled but Not Really, encouraging people with spinal cord injuries to get some sort of exercise. He competes in various adaptive sports and runs several inspirational sites and social media accounts.   Find Wes Hamilton at Twitter Instagram Non-profit site   This podcast is brought to you by Living Adaptive with Scott Davidson. Go to for further information. Instagram: Facebook: