Terrell Owens, a six-time National Football League Pro-Bowler, is one of the best receivers in the NFL and holds a slew of Hall of Fame-bound career records. He was born and raised in the small town of Alexander City, Alabama. Despite his lack of standout athletic skills in high school, he managed to obtain an athletic scholarship to the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, where he ultimately excelled as a basketball player, medium-distance runner and as a receiver for the football team. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers and then moved on to the Philadelphia Eagles. He shocked fans by playing in Super Bowl XXXIX despite severe injuries at the time. The New England Patriots defeated the Eagles, but Owens managed a superb nine receptions for 122 yards. He now plays for the Dallas Cowboys.
Owens is the author of the bestselling books CATCH THIS, T.O., and the children's book LITTLE T LEARNS TO SHARE. He is also the founder of the The Terrell Owens Catch A Dream Foundation, a non-profit organization created to help underprivileged families and children. To learn more, visit Owens' web site.
"T.O. scores a touchdown with FINDING FITNESS. This book definitely teaches you how to make working out a lifestyle." -Michael Jordan
"T.O.'s reputation as a hard worker and workout legend is undisputed. For all those who have wondered how he does it, here is your chance: T.O.'s FINDING FITNESS is a must-read for those interested in getting inside an elite athlete's workout regimen." - Andy Roddick
Check out T.O.'s book signing in New York City at the Sports Museum of America.