Two Amazing Men Are Redefining Limits for Disabilities
April 5, 2017
Travis Mills is one of five living quadruple amputees. He was blown up by an IED in Afghanistan, and lost all four of his limbs.
David Vobora is a former professional football player turned personal trainer. After a shoulder injury ended his football career early, he became addicted to pain pills checked himself into rehab. He spent a year rehabilitating his mind.
Then David met Travis.
They started the Adaptive Training Foundation - a gym for people with disabilities. They train both civilians and wounded warriors.
It didn't take long for Ellen DeGeneres to hear about their incredible mission. She invited the duo on the Ellen Show to share their inspiring story with the world.
Watch the video here:
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