Bill Waddell, a Master-level competitor in the Scottish Highland Games, came back stronger than ever to win his next competition after surgery and rehab for a bicep rupture and radial nerve palsy.
In this video, Stephen shares his experience of having a heart attack. As a result of this experience, he learns the importance of seeking medical attention immediately as well as knowing the signs and symptoms of a heart attack.
In 2011, a persistent sore throat was the beginning of journey that led Gerrie Scott to Dartmouth-Hitchcocks Norris Cotton Cancer Center and a difficult diagnosis of carcinoma of the tongue.
Attempting a deadlift with one finger caused a serious finger injury to Rabbi Moshe Gray.
Jeff Sharlet admits he was not a fan of "healthy living." He thought, "Walking is boring and I don't have time to exercise." Then he had a heart attack at age 44 and did a 180-degree turn.
"Ive made my living out of drumming," says Rich Regione. "I share rhythm and fitness with thousands of kids each year. My recovery was paramount."