#45: From Paralyzed to Running a Fast Marathon, with Ash Lewis
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Ash Lewis has an incredibly inspiring story to share about overcoming challenges. He had a staph infection that resulted in being paralyzed from his waist down. He had to completely learn how to walk again.  Fast forward 9 years and Ash just completed his 2nd marathon in 3 hours and 7 minutes.  We discuss Ash’s running journey, his experiences with MAF low HR training and great advice to those experiencing challenges in training, racing & life.  All show notes: https://extramilest.com/45
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