Lacey Henderson is a Paralympian, Speaker, Model and Sport and Performance Psychology Professional. She has written numerous published work, been in international commercials, served in varying capacities in local government. Her most important accomplishment is sharing her experience and knowledge to empower and spread resources with those around her.
Dudes- Life is always crazy but there are a couple things I have wanted to share with you all… Meet Dexter I have been working with the Non-Profit, Wiggle Your Toes officially since 2014. When I got my scholarship to train with Altis (formley World Athletics Center) in Phoenix, they were the first people to go to bat for me and help me raise the funds necessary to pay my coaching… Read More
This post is long overdue, but there are many things to share and celebrate, friends! August was a crazy crazy month. I had a family emergency that needed my love and attention, (everyone is fine now) a lot of travel, as well as had a few sockets made by my one and only CPO, Chris Hoyt at BioDesign. (He’s basically the MVP of my life) My time in August really made me… Read More
It has been a WHILE since I posted anything last- and for that I apologize! The competition season is HERE and I am writing a quick note from Manchester to update everyone on 2015 so far. At USA Paralympic National Champs I finished overall 1st in the F42 Long Jump and 2nd in the T42 100m. Not too shabby! I was invited by British Athletics to compete at the IPC Grand… Read More
So I agreed to swallow my pride, and make this PTSD treatment up as my main focus for training. For however long I needed it to, I needed to break some weirdness so I could not only grow as an athlete but also as a person. I could feel every day that happiness was within my reach but it’s like I just couldn’t grab it. Let me take a moment to say my sports… Read More
Prepare for some real D&M (deep and meaningful) moments in this series about my newest adventure: my head! Since moving to this new city for training, I have always thought of the image of the phoenix as deeply poetic and also very fitting as a metaphor through this crazy adventure I currently am a part of. The more I grow and change the more I really feel like I identify with this… Read More
This may or may not come as a surprise: but I got my degree in the arts. Foreign language, to specify. Spanish and French to be even more specific. So, while I chase after my paralympic dreams in an effort to prevent my brain from completely turning into jelly I do my best to keep up my language proficiency. This month I am reading the 20th century Argentine classic, El… Read More
Friends, TONIGHT the Ottobock team will be LIVE in Portland. Go to Eventbrite to RSVP and come play and learn about our line of microprocessors and hang out. Can’t wait to see you there!
I’ve been wanting to write about this for a while, but haven’t really had a chance to organize my thoughts enough. (I typically like to outline my blogs before I sit down with them and crank them out) I decided for this one, screw it, I’m just going to let it come out organically. This is such a sensitive and intimate topic for me. I rarely share my cancer-feelings. I don’t like… Read More
Just like the rest of the world, the end of my 2014 was absolutely crazy busy. It definitely had an unexpected, M. Night Shyamalan type of ending, but I’m so thankful for another year. My goal for 2015 that I’m sharing with everyone is to ruin my reputation. Yep. You read that right. REPUTATION: (as per dictionary.com) noun 1. the estimation in which a person or thing is held,especially by the community or the public. I’m going to destroy my reputation. And not destroy it like in the… Read More
“Well behaved women seldom make history.” We’ve all heard it. Seen in in newsfeeds and on car bumpers. Every time it speaks to me. And sometimes, I feel a slight twinge of sadness, or discomfort because there are those moments where I don’t feel like I believe it. Not because I don’t ACTUALLY believe it, but I think it’s easier to want to believe that only goodness can bring change and… Read More