Near Royal, NE (ABC9 News) – It’s called the action track chair. Tyson Freeman, who loves hunting, can’t go with out it. “My wife, my family…hunting is right there,”said Freeman. When he was 13 years old, he was diagnosed with limb girdle muscular dystrophy, making it very tough for him to enjoy the sport he loves so much.
“Really clumsy, really slow. You know, I’d fall down a lot, and I had to be with some body at all times,” said Freeman. Last year, Freeman was attempting to walk, but it was so painful, he thought he would give up hunting.