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Inspirational Athlete Stories
This bias persists even as several studies demonstrate that athletes have higher GPAs than non-athletes. A Kansas University Study even found that athletes had higher graduation rates, better attendance at school, lower dropout rates and higher scores on assessment tests. Or better still, why should athletes be reading books designed to make them better? Most athletes have a whole host of trainers, coaches, and even therapists working to make them elite. Why go searching for even more information?
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Below is our list of the 25 best sports autobiographies from coaches and professional athletes. We love these books because are full of inspiring and motivating stories from coaches and athletes who overcame their fair share of adversity as they created their own path. Chalk full of life lessons and inspiring messages to help keep you motivated, this list of the best sports autobiographies will help you keep your mind right and your focus sharp as you continue to grind to reach the top. Before you read this list, be aware that you can pick up many of these titles on audiobook for free when you sign up for a free day trial on Audible. We use audible everyday because its the perfect companion when you want to listen to a book during your down time. If you were blind, you would think that being the first and only blind person to summit Mount Everest would be a pretty amazing accomplishment.
Shepherd was hit by a truck, and broke both her back and neck. Doctors did not expect Shepherd to survive. And when she made it through surgery she received some jarring words. There is no cure. To hear how Shepherd recovered, learning to walk again with only a slight limp, watch her incredible talk. As she explains, the key for her was realizing that she was more than just the circumstances of her body, and that she could create new dreams.
For a professional athlete, nothing is scarier than suffering a serious injury. The consequences of an injury can be anything from missing a few games to never stepping on the field again. However, throughout the history of sports, players have beaten the odds and come back from injury better than ever. While there are many stories of triumph over injury, here are a few of our favorites. Drew Brees is one of the most well known quarterbacks in the NFL. But back in , Brees suffered a torn labrum and a partially torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder in the final Chargers game of Brees proved that his shoulder was in great shape from the start.