This is where Heine Wheelchair Racing “The Foundation” begins!
Soon after receiving his new wheelchair and being spotted training around town, Josh realized just how big this dream had grown to. People began interrupting training and noticing him on the streets. Interest was received from local media outlets such as VUE Magazine. Soon phone calls, emails, social media messages, and postal mail inquiries were being received about Josh. The underlying theme became clear: people were very interested and very inspired by what Josh has been doing. Some people contacted us to donate or to become a sponsor while others offered words of encouragement, as well as to ask for words of wisdom and encouragement in their own struggles.
Heine Wheelchair Racing was born on the premise to encourage people locally, nationally, and internationally to strive for more out of life, out of themselves, and out of those around them.
It has become apparent there is a void in society that Josh is helping to fill. Heine Wheelchair Racing was born on the premise to encourage people locally, nationally, and internationally to strive for more out of life, out of themselves, and out of those around them. Heine Wheelchair Racing is proving every day to be a truly transforming experience for people with disabilities by shining light on the struggle, the training, the races, and the raw determination that Josh displays day in and day out.
Josh is now participating in competitions all over this great country and spreading his infectious attitude and motivation with everyone he meets. He is also available to speak to both small and large groups as he has overcome much more as a young man than just one life-changing car accident. He’d love to tell you more, and teach us all some valuable lessons in the process.
Josh is a current enrollee at WKCTC (West Kentucky Community and Technical College) pursuing his degree. His goal as a motivational speaker is to inspire both able-bodied and disabled people from every walk of life, at every age, all over the world.