Devin McLane, 15, was born with a rare muscle weakness condition called Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita (AMC).
AMC is limited or absent movement around small and large joints and resulted in Devin having limited use of his arms as most of the muscles in his shoulders don’t work.
Devin, from Montana, has taught himself to use his feet as his arms and never let his condition hold him back.
Devin told Barcroft TV: “I’ve never really been able to use my arms so I do everything with my feet, my feet work just like your hands so I have all of the dexterity in my feet.” Despite his rare condition, the Montana teenager not only manages to do all household chores by himself but he can even fire a bow and arrow with his toes!
Devin’s mum, Michelle Eder-McLane, said that Devin has always been a very resilient kid and added: “The way Devin handles his disability is incredible.
He is a fighter in every aspect.
I truly don't think there's anything that Devin can't do.” Devin has excelled in school and is pursuing his passion for art - he is working towards his goal to become an architect.
Devin is also a part of the wrestling team at his school.
He joined the High School wrestling team last year and since then wrestling became a big part of his life.
Devin said: “I would tell this to anybody who has a disability, to just never give up and fight for the things you believe in.
And if you work for it, you will get it.