"It's hard. For 2 years I kept asking. Why me? You know, why did I deserve this? I know now. Help kids out. Plain and simple."
Hansi Herzog is a walking, breathing miracle. He had Guillian-Barre syndrome, which left him paralyzed for 2 years. Now with his second chance, he's coaching with Wisconsin United, which is a non-profit soccer club to help underprivileged kids play and learn the game he loves.