Broken Iron Man

A dad-of-three who broke both his arms and legs after his motorbike smashed into a telegraph pole now does 400 press-ups and cycles 30 miles a day. Mark Green’s injuries were so bad he was cared for with soldiers who had lost limbs in battle and doctors said might never walk again. But, after spending six months in a wheelchair, Mark, 48, was determined to get back to full health after doctors bolted his limbs back together with metal plates.

A dad-of-three who broke both his arms and legs after his motorbike smashed into a telegraph pole now does 400 press-ups and cycles 30 miles a day. Mark Green's injuries were so bad he was cared for with soldiers who had lost limbs in battle and doctors said might never walk again. But, after spending six months in a wheelchair, Mark, 48, was determined to get back to full health after doctors bolted his limbs back together with metal plates.

A dad-of-three who broke both his arms and legs after his motorbike smashed into a telegraph pole now does 400 press-ups and cycles 30 miles a day. Mark Green's injuries were so bad he was cared for with soldiers who had lost limbs in battle and doctors said might never walk again. But, after spending six months in a wheelchair, Mark, 48, was determined to get back to full health after doctors bolted his limbs back together with metal plates.

A dad-of-three who broke both his arms and legs after his motorbike smashed into a telegraph pole now does 400 press-ups and cycles 30 miles a day. Mark Green's injuries were so bad he was cared for with soldiers who had lost limbs in battle and doctors said might never walk again. But, after spending six months in a wheelchair, Mark, 48, was determined to get back to full health after doctors bolted his limbs back together with metal plates.

A dad-of-three who broke both his arms and legs after his motorbike smashed into a telegraph pole now does 400 press-ups and cycles 30 miles a day. Mark Green's injuries were so bad he was cared for with soldiers who had lost limbs in battle and doctors said might never walk again. But, after spending six months in a wheelchair, Mark, 48, was determined to get back to full health after doctors bolted his limbs back together with metal plates.