Wheelchair Bodybuilding, Inc. (WCBB) was founded in May 2006 as a National tax-exempted 501(c)(3) non-profit organization by Nick Scott dedicated to raising funds to expand and improve opportunities for wheelchair athletes and adaptive athletes.
WCBB focuses on promoting, growing, and expanding the sport of wheelchair bodybuilding and adaptive bodybuilding through its association with the NPC (National Physique Committee) and IFBB Professional League (International Federation of Body Builders).
The purpose of Wheelchair Bodybuilding, Inc. is to provide and support an experience through activities that are open to any child, adult, or veteran with a disability, with the hope of providing both physical and psychological therapeutic value to that person.
Wheelchair Bodybuilding, Inc. hopes to instill a “can do” spirit in all of its participants by giving them the confidence and independence they need to face their own life challenges and overcome barriers which might previously have seemed insurmountable.
Through the experiences of Wheelchair Bodybuilding, Inc. supports, provides, and guides children and adults with disabilities to become wheelchair athletes and adaptive athletes. The ultimate goal is to finally give each disabled athlete an opportunity to be in front of fans! Hearing the screams and cheers of the crowd will echo long in their minds after the day has passed.
A Message from the Owner/Founder/CEO
"Don't feel you have to hide who you are from others. Be proud of your unique nature. You should embrace your unique nature and be happy with who you are." Nick Scott
At the age of 16, Nick Scott was an ordinary teenager with an interest in athletics, when a near-fatal traffic accident changed life as he knew it... forever. After the accident, Nick became overweight and discouraged but somehow found the determination, mindset and personal strength to transform his life from a debilitating tragedy into a personal triumph. Now he uses those hard-won insights to help others awaken the beast within themselves and achieve their personal goals.