Jesus, a 10 year old child from Barranquilla, Colombia plays soccer, despite being born without his lower limbs.
10 г. назад
Child Foundation supports children worldwide born with birth defects. Meet Baby Miracletina from Samoa. She was born September 1, 2007 and not expected to live for more than a few hours. Her parents would not allow her to slip away and were able to sneak milk to her and she became strong enough to go home to her loving family and Samoan community. Since arriving in the US, Miracletina has defied odds that were against her from the beginning and is now facing her first round of multiple life changing surgeries. Miami Children's top surgeons will donate their services, but it is up to Miracle's supporters to raise the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed to provide her with the necessary hospital expenses involved in such delicate and life saving surgeries. Please visit our website for more information and how YOU can support this precious "Miracle" that we are honored to provide assistance to. www.childfoundation.com You can make a difference and show this loving child that she deserves the quality of life that ALL children deserve. http://childfoundation.com
7 г. назад
Subscribe http://tinyurl.com/BarcroftTV twitter: https://twitter.com/Barcroft_TV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BarcroftMedia Doug Forbis, 24, doesn't have legs but that hasn't stopped him being an all-round action man. Doug was born with the severest form of a very rare condition called sacral agenesis or caudal regression syndrome which means his spine didn't develop properly in the womb. Doug had his legs amputated as a baby and has learned to walk on his hands or use a wheelchair. Doug is a big advocate of wheelchair sports and is training to be a teacher for children with special needs. He also works as a volunteer to help able bodied teenagers understand what it's like to have a disability. He loves sport and claims his condition has never stopped him doing anything he wanted to do. He has a girlfriend, Elizabeth Tilden, 24, a highway patrol dispatcher, the pair plan to get married and move in together in the future.
8 г. назад
When it comes to learning how to dance, Avery Anderson faces much more than stage fright. Anderson may not like the microphone, but the five year-old loves being center stage. That is also the name of the program that taught her to dance. She was born missing her fibula, and some of her bones were fused together in her feet," said her mother, Jennifer Anderson. "So she was never able to put her foot flat. And she could never really walk on her own feet." Not even in kindergarten yet, Avery Anderson has endured multiple surgeries as well as the amputation of her feet at age three. But she told her mom she always wanted to take dance lessons, and now she is no longer on the outside looking in. Thanks to prosthetic legs, the double amputee made the dance floor her very own Neverland.
6 г. назад
Nick Vujicic shows how a man, born with no arms and no legs, but the right attitude can do ANYTHING!
6 г. назад
Please Subscribe for more videos http://www.youtube.com/LittleSTRs This is a step by step tutorial performed by my son Leo of how to do the Okocha Ronaldo Turn. named after Jay Jay Okocha and Brazils Ronaldo. But is used by many players Step 1. Put your foot on the ball and roll it across your body planting your foot on the floor. Step 2. With your other foot step over the ball crossing your leg to go the other way. This is the part that with make the defender go the wrong way. Step 3. Take the ball with the foot you used in step 2 to go in the direction the ball was rolling to get away from the defending player. Keep Practicing Steve STRskillSchool
3 г. назад
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8 г. назад
To watch the full show, go to http://c.loi.org/0lb LIFE Today, hosted by James and Betty Robison, welcomes Nick Vujicic. A man with no arms or legs tells the story of a woman who miraculously walked when he prayed for her.
7 г. назад
American Football Player With No Legs Wont Let Caudal Regression Stop His NFL Dreams! SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj Born with no legs, 3ft Bobby Martin scores big on the football field and with the ladies. Bobby, 23, was born with a rare condition called Caudal Regression Syndrome, meaning his body end at the pelvis. Incredibly, Bobby is trying to make it as a professional American Football player, and dreams one day to play in the American National Football League (NFL). "The ladies love me," said Bobby, who lives with his mum in Dayton, Ohio.Ê"I have had over 25 girlfriends to date." Bobby is also dad to Jaion, three, and is still on good terms with his son's mum Antwanette Janey. For more amazing footage of the amazing side of life, visit the Barcroft Media website: http://bit.ly/19OYwp Like Barcroft Media on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/RJlaj6 Follow Barcroft Media on Twitter: http://bit.ly/10vFLY9