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This episode features four runners that are members of our wellness practice that have taken control of their own health and stepped into an endurance training regimen culminating in finishing the Treasure Coast half and whole marathons.
We often hear people say, “when I get healthy, I’m going to do…”. That day rarely comes because they are waiting for someone else or some other treatment or procedure to provide health. What defines health and limitations is ultimately an individual perception.
This episode features Erica Salerno Shadowens, a breast cancer survivor, Nanette Rodgers, 86 years young with valvular heart disease, Dick Willard, a colon cancer survivor, and Hutch Strahm, with coronary stents and insulin requiring diabetes. Each have had significant “challenges” in their path to health but have chosen to use endurance training as a part of their healing.
I hope you enjoy the chats with each of them as well as a few words from our RDN, exercise physiologist, Addie Majnaric. Thanks also to Michael Hubbard for always supporting my efforts and always sharing a great smile across all our finish lines together.
“I took a diagnosis and turned it into a positive” Erika Salerno Shadowens
“I you think you can, you can; if you think you can’t, you can’t” Dick Willard
“Get with a group and run/walk/run” Nannette Rodgers
“Massive goals don’t require massive actions, but consistent actions” Hutch Strahm
Girl is on fire: Alicia Keys
Run like Hell: Pink Floyd
I”m Shipping up to Boston: Dropkick Murphys
All Day Long: Billy Currington
Feeling Good: Nina Simone
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