Paralyzed Olympic swimmer keeps legs strong so he can someday walk again

Dave Denniston broke his back, suffered a spinal cord injury,  and became paralyzed, following a freak sledding accident in 2005. During this interview with the Swim Network, Dave talks about why he works out to keep his leg strong, and to stop leg muscle atrophy, with an immediate goal of walking again. Click here for the full story



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