In August, we joined team de:terminence for an off-road adventure! White Mountain is one of California's highest peaks, reaching over 14,240' in elevation. ...
Recognized as one of the easiest 14'ers and probably the most bike-able, we called our friends at Catrike and went for a ride.
In August, we joined team de:terminence for an off-road adventure! White Mountain is one of California's highest peaks, reaching over 14,240' in elevation.
Kipp Wesslen was diagnosed with an unknown type of Ataxia and he has become an amazing adaptive athlete. He has learned to fight back against his disease and gain control over his life through adaptive sports.
Kyle and Brent Pease are amazing athletes, period. They support each other and push each other to amazing heights including an official finish at Ironman Kona, the most prestigious finish line in Ironman. Kyle happens to have Cerebral Palsy and they compete as a team. Listen to this episode to hear a shining example of living beyond circumstances.
We can stop limiting ourselves by changing our perception of how others view us.
Muffy Ritz completed "the world's toughest bike race" - Race Across America 3 times as a solo competitor. But that's not what she's most proud of. Listen to find out what it is.
This podcast would have never happened if we weren't keeping each other accountable. There are many other examples in our lives where accountability is the key to follow through. Join us as we discuss this and the future of Two Disabled Dudes.
Kyle Attended the Professional Patient Advocates in Life Sciences (PPALS) training a few weeks ago. Immediately following, Sean joined for a screening of The Ataxian to kick off the Great Plains Rare Disease Summit. Join us for the conversation!
Kristin smedley was a new mother with a dream life when she found out her baby was blind due to a rare disease. Then she was dealt a second "dose of blindness" a couple years later when her second son was blind too. All the hopes and dreams she had for her life were crushed. It took several years but she learned to follow her kids' lead to navigate the world of blindness. And she learned to Set Extraordinary Expectations through... Read more
Elaine Baumstark and Diane Bryant join the dudds to talk about how two pains in the neck turned into two really good looking and extremely intelligent young men. Seriously, we are grateful for Moms who continue to be wise and supportive influences on our lives. Happy Mothers' Day everyone!
Understanding the science behind your disease, condition, or challenge is intimidating and many times the question is "Why should I? What's the point?" However when we do make the effort to understand, we may find out that it becomes an incredibly important and empowering part of our journey.
In part one of this two part interview, Jeff talked about the chalenges OCD brought to his life. In part two (this epidode) Jeff talks about how he has used his adversity to create a platform for advocacy for himself and others.
Jeff Bell lives with Clinical OCD and he has used it as an opportunity to formulate an approach to conquering challenges and help others do the same.
The dudes discuss the difference between a reason and an excuse based on one's own personal principles.
Sean read Kyle's book (Shifting into High Gear) recently and he had a few questions and discussion points. Links to order Kyle's book are ar kyleabryant.com Additionally Sean and Kyle explore their photos for their top three of 2019 so far.
Kyle's first experience as an Uber driver. And the dudes discuss 3 things each that make their lives better.