You don’t need to have both arms to live an outstanding life, and Logan Aldridge almost prefers it this way now. “I love being different,” says the 27-year-old. “I love being the guy with one arm.”In the summer of 2004, a young man named Logan Aldridge suffered a terrible injury in a wakeboarding accident. While Logan was out on the water, the rope around his arm became entangled in the boat’s propeller and pulled his arm through the blades, cutting all of his muscles down to the bone. Once he was hospitalized, doctors determined that amputating his arm was the only option to ensure his survival.