1 hr 38 min

91. From Motocross To Wheelchair Rugby with Chad Graham The Betar Project

    • Mental Health

This week I am joined by Chad Graham ​who funnily enough lives down the road from me and I installed his aircon #smallworld
Chad grew up riding bikes from BMX to Motocross which was his passion but at the age of 16 years old his life changed. Whilst riding practice laps he hit a corner and came of his motorbike. This resulted in Chad dislocating/braking his neck. His neck was that bad they had to realign it with 30kg of sand. Plus the multiple times his lungs collapsed when trying to come off life support.
He could have easily given up on life and said F**k it I'm done. But he didn't, the mindset he has to work hard and not give up is amazing. He doesn't take credit for it as he is the nicest and most humble person you'll meet but it truly is inspiring.
The resilience Chad has built up over the years has made him into the man he is today. A strong driven individual who is striving to live his best life possible.
​I really enjoyed this podcast and I know you will gain immense value from it aswell.

This podcast is free the only fee I ask you to pay for listening is that you like, share and subscribe.
Also out now are the Crushing The Stigma Tees which support everything I'm doing with the podcast. By purchasing you are helping me to grow and reach more people, resulting in a larger impact. Lets Crush The Stigma.
Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebetarproject)

This week I am joined by Chad Graham ​who funnily enough lives down the road from me and I installed his aircon #smallworld
Chad grew up riding bikes from BMX to Motocross which was his passion but at the age of 16 years old his life changed. Whilst riding practice laps he hit a corner and came of his motorbike. This resulted in Chad dislocating/braking his neck. His neck was that bad they had to realign it with 30kg of sand. Plus the multiple times his lungs collapsed when trying to come off life support.
He could have easily given up on life and said F**k it I'm done. But he didn't, the mindset he has to work hard and not give up is amazing. He doesn't take credit for it as he is the nicest and most humble person you'll meet but it truly is inspiring.
The resilience Chad has built up over the years has made him into the man he is today. A strong driven individual who is striving to live his best life possible.
​I really enjoyed this podcast and I know you will gain immense value from it aswell.

This podcast is free the only fee I ask you to pay for listening is that you like, share and subscribe.
Also out now are the Crushing The Stigma Tees which support everything I'm doing with the podcast. By purchasing you are helping me to grow and reach more people, resulting in a larger impact. Lets Crush The Stigma.
Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebetarproject)

1 hr 38 min