Bonner Paddock Rinn: One More Step
In this exhilarating and inspirational memoir, the first man with cerebral palsy to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and complete the brutal Ironman competition, Bonner Paddock Rinn, shares the exhilarating adventure that led to his achievements. Bonner Paddock redefines our ideas of normal and proves that life is not defined by our limits, but by our ability to push past them.
Bonner Paddock Rinn was the first person diagnosed with cerebral palsy to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro unassisted. He is the author of the book One More Step, which documents his journey to power past limitations and motivates audiences with contagious positivity and an incredible message about the "Power of One."
Adventurer and Founder of the OM Foundation
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When Bonner Paddock Rinn falls down, he gets back up in a big way. He has spent his life shaking off skinned knees, broken bones and doctors’ warnings. And at 33, he became the first person diagnosed with cerebral palsy to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro unassisted. In his new book One More Step, Bonner shares a gripping story of human perseverance and adventure that demonstrates we all have a choice: either define our lives by limitations, or discover just how much we can achieve when we push beyond them.