High Five #HighFivesAthlete Jim Harris on your recovery strides and of course, your Birthday!!
From all the High Fivers, Happy Birthday Jim Harris! Jim Harris continues to work toward a full recovery by staying positive and working hard. You can find him mountain biking in the golden Colorado hills, skinning up mountains to ski down or at the Ripple Effect in Carbondale, CO working on strength and technique.
Photo Credit // Perpetual Weekend
Art and everything outdoors have been Jim Harris’ lifelong passions as evidenced in his work as a photographer, videographer, illustrator, writer, and adventurer. The Salt Lake City native was involved in a ski accident on November 24th, 2014 causing fractures in his T7/8 and C2/3 vertebrae. The accident left him temporarily paralyzed at the T6 level, but a great attitude and work ethic paired with an amazing support system, Jim plans to put the setback behind him and return to the mountains where he belongs.
“I REGARD IT AS THE FOREMOST TASK OF EDUCATION TO INSURE THE SURVIVAL OF THESE QUALITIES: AN ENTERPRISING CURIOSITY, AN UNDEFEATABLE SPIRIT, TENACITY IN PURSUIT, READINESS FOR SENSIBLE SELF DENIAL, AND ABOVE ALL, COMPASSION.”
Med-flight from Cincinnati, OH to Craig Hospital in Englewood, CO. Massage/Acupuncture at Craig Hospital, Personal Training Sessions at the PEAK Center, Acupuncture with Vitality Primary Care, Massage with Karen Stubbs, Personal Training with Chris Cloyd and Jack Powell and ART with Shawn Grisier of Active Motion Therapy.