Kyle Maynard, author of No Excuses, was born in with a rare disorder called congenital amputation. He has no forearms, shortened legs, and stands only. He was born a congenital amputee, his arms ending at his elbows and his legs at his knees. But that didn’t stop Kyle Maynard from becoming a champion, on. Anyone can do anything. The true story of a congenital amputee who became a champion in wrestling and in life. (Hardcover)- $ + shipping (Softcover)-.
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Kyle Maynard was born on March 24,is a speaker, author, and mixed martial arts athlete, known for becoming the first quadruple amputee to ascend Mount Kilimanjaro without the aid of prosthetics. Don’t dwell on the negatives and focus and the positives. Exfuses would love to mahnard him in person one day. Also, try to improve every aspect Ho book was awesome because it got me intrigued and I’m not even a wrestler. Quotes from No Excuses: He always did everything that the other kids in the neighborhood did and his dad modified toys to allow him to have as normal as a life as possible.
To walk, he had to learn to balance on his legs and eventually learn to run on his arms and legs.
There’s only one thing that separates him from every other wrestler, and that is that excudes is a congenital amputee.
Retrieved wxcuses July No trivia or quizzes yet. No Excuses is a true story about the life of a young athlete named Kyle Maynard. I had chills and was almost in tears when I read how his parents were treated by the doctors and hospital staff just after his mother delivered him kype the hospital.
My school adopted this book as our school’s big message and theme. Instead he glosses over most of it brief mentions of learning to eat with silverware, driving, etc. Kilimanjaro – CBS 5″. There is nothing in the world that Kyle can’t do Really, he is normal, just specially made by God. He wants to help people like him know that you can do anything. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
You can see and hear everything he is talking about.
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He is the narrator if this amazing story. We hosted Kyle Maynard on our campus in the spring semester. For instance he wanted to participate in wrestling and having no arms or legs meant that he could not grab his able-bodied opponent.
I picked this up because I saw he won this year’s Espy award for male with a disability. You didn’t make it.
At first he wasn’t very good, because he didn’t know much, but the fear of failing never kept him from trying. This book is amazing and I exduses even like to read I didn’t like how most of it focused on football and wrestling, because I’m a girl and it didn’t interest me.
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As an occupational therapist, it was really great to see how dedicated his parents were to mahnard him optimize his function and well-being in life. Kyle does his best to explain the situations and matches to those of us who are not familiar with the sport of wrestling, but I found myself getting bored when reading the details of his matches.
I loved how Kyle never gave up no matter what though. In the past year, I also started going to a Crossfit gym and Kyle is a part of the national Crossfit community, so his name surfaced there and I became interested in reading his book.
From a press release by Undisputed Productions. Mar 14, Hannah Rae rated it really liked it.
I’ve always had this attitude about no excuses. I thought it would be more about jaynard struggles and how he learned to do general everyday stuff. The most interesting thing that happened was when he won state with the best wrestler in the state. Kyle Maynard Makes it to Top of Mt.