Karah Behrend is a professional Rally Driver, content creator, inventor of adaptive equipment, keynote speaker, WC Rugby and Warrior Games athlete, and retired USAF Senior Airman. As a professional Rally Driver Karah Behrend recently placed 2nd in the Rebellerally which is the first women's off-road auto navigation rally raid in the United States. After our recording, Karah Behrend announced that she reinvented the Portable/Removable Hand Control Driving Device for use by Adaptive Drivers. Find Karah Behrend using these links below https://www.instagram.com/kindofaquad/ https://www.facebook.com/karahhnicholex3/ Hand Controls Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/adaptdriven/universal-portable-adaptive-driving-device This podcast is brought to you by Living Adaptive with Scott Davidson Go to www.livingadaptive.com for more information. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/living_adaptive/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/livingadaptive/
Karah and I chat about everything from being a retired Air Force vet, her struggle with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, and her wheelchair rugby and rally car endeavors, and of course, her perception of money.
In this episode we talk to Karah Behrend. Karah is an Air Force vet, wheel chair rugby athlete and offroad racer. Karah has an AMAZING story and I’m honored to bring you a small taste of it. Learn how she came to be such an amazing athlete and then follow her journey on: Instagram and Facebook Want to learn more about this show or if you have a show idea, be sure to reach out and follow us on social media! Instagram Facebook and follow our YouTube channel
Recorded on October 31, 2019.Karah Behrend is back for her second appearance on the show and this time we meet up at the Oscar Mike Compound in Poplar Grove, Illinois to discuss her recent completion of the 2019 Rebelle Rally."The Rebelle Rally is the first women’s off-road navigation rally raid in the United States. Blending the love of driving with the ultimate challenge of precise navigation, the Rebelle tests your skills over 7 days of competition. It is not a race for speed, but a unique and demanding precision event based on the elements of time, distance, headings, and hidden checkpoints using maps, compass, and roadbook."Karah is a United States Air Force veteran who was diagnosed with CRPS, a rare neurological disease, in 2015. She is the first female veteran wheelchair rugby player in country and is a member of the Oscar Mike Militia rugby team. You can follow her on Instagram at @kindofaquadFollow us on:YouTube www.youtube.com/channel/UCg5Xtfc14P3HuvwwYl26ywAInstagram @mycrippledfriend @timvixayTwitter @crippledfriendwww.mycrippledfriend.com
Recorded on May 15, 2019.Karah Behrend is a United States Air Force veteran who was diagnosed with CRPS, a rare neurological disease, in 2015. She is the first female veteran wheelchair rugby player in country and is a member of the Oscar Mike Militia rugby team. We sit down and shoot the shit about wheelchair life, dating with a disability, and much more...You can follow her on Instagram at @kindofaquadFollow us on:YouTube www.youtube.com/channel/UCg5Xtfc14P3HuvwwYl26ywAInstgram @mycrippledfriend @timvixayTwitter @crippledfriendwww.mycrippledfriend.com