If you ask Leo Morales, nothing is impossible if you set your mind to it. And he should know. After he lost his right leg to cancer, Leo struggled with life. But he decided his disability would not define him. When friends suggested scuba diving as part of his physical therapy, he was hooked. He quickly progressed from diver to dive instructor and technical diver. Leo has set two world records as a disabled diver, one for depth and one for distance underwater, and tirelessly travels to share his message that disabilities are only in the mind. Dive-abled: The Leo Morales Story is written in English. The ebook version is only available through Best Publishing, in epub format. They provide links to e-reading tools and instructions for download here. Leo Morales is a disabled diver and an international English-Spanish motivational speaker. Currently, he is preparing for a third world record of scuba diving in a cenote in Quintana Roo. He is an ambassador of the international…
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