In February of 2018, Chris Hansen was in a four wheeler crash that resulted in a T11-T12 spinal dislocation leaving him paralyzed with no feeling or movement below the waist.

At first, Get Out of Your Wheelchair may seem like it was about walking again, but the truth is, Getting Out of Your Wheelchair is about the consistent progressive choices that we can make to help us get closer to ultimately achieving who we have the potential to be.

Fear, lies, anger, lack of ownership, and pain are just a few of the things that get in our way of making progress. These are our wheelchairs that keep us stuck, not progressing towards our goals and dreams.

Get Out of Your Wheelchair is about taking an honest look at yourself, setting your sights on where you want to be, and then making the consistent progressive choices to get there.