Krstyle McGovney was training for a marathon when she accidentally tore her tendon. An injury that forced her to give up running that year.
The mother of three was an active stroller runner since she started four years ago. She even won second place in the Lake Tahoe Marathon in her age group’s 10K female category.
Though disheartened, the incident did not stop Krystle to pursue her athletic goal and turned to beachbody coaching doing cardio and bootcamp classes.
“I’ve been doing beach bodies for a year now and I’m seeing results. It’s really helpful with my running because it made me stronger and faster. One of my goals now is to start racing again,” Krystle enthuses.
If you wonder where Krystle gets her fighting spirit to stand amid adversity, listen to what she has to say to aspiring and fellow runners.
“Running is not about winning first place. Just keep going no matter the pace.”
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