63: J J Orsak, Survivor

J J Orsak, lived a pretty typical life until the unthinkable happened in December 2018. He was an electrician who lost both of his arms in an electrical fire. He may have lost his arms, but he gained something most through people could go their whole lives and never find. And he’s hosting a bowling tournament in Arlington, Texas in August! To find out more about J J, his amazing discoveries, and his upcoming bowling event, listen to this week’s episode of Now I See.

Referenced

https://neurofitnessfoundation.org/

https://neurofitnessfoundation.org/2022-neuro-bowling/

https://www.amf.com/location/amf-spare-time-lanes

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