Mind Over Mountain

Mind Over Mountain : A Mental and Physical Climb to the Top

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Left Foot Right Foot is a journey from the seat of a wheelchair to the summit of the highest mountain on Earth. A simple mistake at an indoor climbing gym sentenced 28-year-old Robby to a year in a wheelchair, shattering his aspirations of becoming a mountaineer. In the months that followed, Robby faced depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and a complete loss of a sense of his own identity.

But from somewhere deep inside him he summoned up the strength to keep going even when all seemed lost, and from there he went on to embark on a journey that would become a remarkable feat of mental and physical strength.

This story is more than a biography or an account of a mountaineering expedition - it's a trip into hell and back, an awe-inspiring effort to chase the ultimate dream and rebuild a life worth living for.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 129.54 x 195.58 x 25.4mm | 249.48g
  • Trigger
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1789561051
  • 9781789561050

About Robbie Kojetin

Robby Kojetin lives in Johannesburg, South Africa and is a high-altitude adventurer. Since his accident in 2006, which resulted in him breaking both of his ankles, he has gone on to become one of only a handful of people to have stood on top of the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest. He has also climbed Kilimanjaro nine times, completed the Ironman triathlon, and scaled five of the Seven Summits. Known as an inspirational and engaging speaker on stage, he presents on the topics of failure, self-doubt and persisting against all odds, in the hope of inspiring people of all ages and backgrounds facing the daunting mountains and obstacles in their lives. Robby is a proud husband and father.
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