Born with only half a body, doctors gave Joanne Fluke just hours to live. But she has defied expectations to make all her dreams come true. Joanne Fluke views herself as a normal woman — she works, sees friends, goes clubbing, dates. Aged 34, she is shorter than an average month-old child and her nieces and nephews tower over her.
As a wearer of several hats, the unifying themes in my work and life! I am driven by curiosity, a need to better the world we live in, to connect and help the people within it, to create and to live meaningfully. View all posts by Amy Campion. Dreaming of legs invites us to look at what is going on with our basic foundations, our beliefs and attitudes that support our outlook on life, and our ability to move around — either physically or metaphorically.
Lindsay Hilton is showing people that there is no excuse in hitting the gym to achieve a good physique. In a video uploaded on social media two years ago, Hilton was seen doing her intense CrossFit routines, which included heavy weight lifting and WODs. The footage has been viewed more than 6 million times and has inspired a lot of people. Indeed, Lindsay is a living proof that everyone can enter into the world of fitness and that desire and hard work will always produce good results.
Chris Koch, a runner who was born without arms and legs, crossed the finish line at his sixth marathon this weekend. Taking on the Reykajvik marathon in Icelenad, Koch, dressed in a team Canada hockey t-shirt, finished in What a day in Reykjavik. I finished the ReykjavikMarath , my 6th, in 4hrs34min. Not my best time but the course was absolutely beautiful.