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Flex Ability: A Story of Strength and Survival

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About the Author

Ken "Flex" Wheeler is one of the top bodybuilding champions in the history of the sport, and a man who has spent over two decades developing his body into a work of art. Born a premature baby to a single mother in Fresno, California, he faced many early struggles, including extreme poverty and dyslexia, plus the horrors of physical and sexual abuse. While his mind coped with some of life's tragic turns, he found an outlet for expression at his local recreation center, where he was allowed to train for free as a child and teenager. Almost from the start, Flex shot to the top of the bodybuilding world and began winning local competitions, which led to a first-place trophy at the 1989 California Championships. He's in the Guinness Book of World Records for his multiple wins of the Arnold Classic, sponsored by bodybuilder and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has dubbed Flex "one of the greatest bodybuilders I've ever seen." Flex is also a personal trainer to some of Hollywood's elite, and he maintains his own rigorous training regimen of eight hours-plus a day in the gym for a good reason. Although Flex retired from bodybuilding in 2000, he recently shook the industry to its core by announcing his return to the sport. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

Book Description

One look at him and it seems like a sculptor created this sort of perfection. Champion bodybuilder Flex Wheeler has biceps of molded steel and a back that is so cut and sculpted that it looks like a mountain range. Fellow athlete and movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger has called him "one of the best bodybuilders of all time" and also insists that "Flex Wheeler is a fantastic champion. He has won the Arnold Classic many times and I've found him to be an extraordinary athlete. He is a winner."

"It's not just about building your body," Flex says. "It's about building the love in your heart for God and your family."

Flex Ability is a story of overcoming odds so awesome that most people would have just given up and called it a day. Flex Wheeler is a champion when it comes to bodybuilding. . . . Kenny Wheeler has proven that heís a champion when it comes to life. In this, his first book, Kenny takes you around the globe and into the winnerís circle as he describes his two-decade journey through the tough sport of bodybuilding. He also brings you backstage at competitions, where personalities of 300-pound men clash, and into the private gyms of Los Angeles, where the puddles of sweat tell the story of what it takes to push your body to the max.

While telling the extremely personal story of his private struggles, Kenny shares how the abuse he suffered as a boy taught him how life isnít fair, but sometimes you just have to cope and rise above the ultimate challenges by finding your own inner strength. He shares never-before-told secrets about his current struggles, and how with the right mind-set, anyone can face trouble head-on and come out on the other side as a winner.