Read how this double arm amputee does triathlons and raises money for charity.  
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Believe in it® Athlete,

Florida native Hector Picard is a double arm amputee.  He is also a triathlete raising money for charity.  This past June he helped raise over $10,000 for kids at the Broward Children's Center. 

Hector created to inspire others.  He says, "no adversity is to great when you embrace life through hard work and positive thinking."  

Hector's adversity came in 1992 during a work related accident.  13,000 volts of electricity struck him twice and he fell two stories.  After four weeks in a coma he awoke to his new life.  At age 24 he was a bi-lateral amputee. 

In his mini documentary he says, "An obstacle is meant to be overcome.  Some of us are born with them, some of us suffer from an accident but most of us create obstacles in our minds or let others do it for us.  If I don't live my life, no one is going to live it for me."

Take a few minutes during your lunch break and watch his inspiring story here.

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Pictured above is Lars Borwick from Nevada, Iowa.  Lars wears his Believe in it® bracelet everyday! We think he looks pretty cool!  

Thanks for being a Believe in it® Athlete Lars!

Motivational Quote

"The ultimate measure of a person is not where they stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where they stand in times of challenge and controversy." - Martin Luther King

Have a great rest of your week and don't stop living! 

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The Believe in it® Team
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