Rick was born with cerebral palsy after a birthing complication resulted in the umbilical cord strangling him and preventing his brain from getting oxygen. As he got older and fitted with a communication device it became obvious that Rick was both alert and intelligent and had dreams of his own.
Rick eventually came across an article on triathlons that inspired him to ask his father, Dick, a retired air force colonel to take him out for a run together with Rick in his wheelchair.
Dick did so and Rick said to his father "Dad, when I'm out running with you, it feels like I'm not handicapped" and the rest, as they say, is history.
As of February 2008, the Hoyts had competed in 958 endurance events, including 65 marathons and six Ironman triathlons. They had run the Boston Marathon 25 times.
Watch this video and then make yet another promise to stop making excuses about why YOU can't be, do and have what you want.
You can't keep your excuses if you want results. You can't have both.
The only thing stopping you having what you want are the reasons, rationalisations, justification and excuses about why you can't have it. The Hoyts are 100% committed to killing their excuses and taking action.