Dr. Jordan Metzl, a nationally recognized sports medicine physician, author of the Workout Prescription, and creator of the IronStrength Workout DVD, shares how he has become an evangelist of sorts—for prescribing exercise as medicine for injured athletes. (2:18)
We head to Central Park to see just what brings runners—and athletes of all kinds—out on a frigid day for a high intensity workout called IronStrength. (25:55)
In the Kick, what it takes to run 100,000 lifetime miles, a relay team that you wouldn’t want to see on the track, and how one man dominated seven marathons on seven continents in seven days. (36:03)
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