Cheryl Hile, 43, has run 44 of her 57 marathons while living with MS. She lives by a mantra that everyone should: “I will do what I can and I will never give up.”
She was already fighting fibromyalgia — and then came the Boston Marathon bombing, where she suffered a traumatic brain injury. Hear her inspiring story.
A cancer diagnosis does not have to mean that you give up working out. Take it from this woman who worked out through chemo treatment.
Source: Flickr, Yenra Most distance runners have had the experience of “hitting the wall.” Practically speaking, it’s often a point about 20 miles into a marathon when a person feels their muscles cramping and shutting down. Scientifically speaking, ...