A year ago, Aimee found herself in a bad spot, but instead of giving up, she decided to dedicate herself even more to her recovery. She challenged herself physically, mentally, and emotionally. Now, she is more committed than ever, and even has a medal to show for it:
In this short video, Aimee shares how training for the New York City marathon changed her life:
“Those moments when you are feeling weak or not particularly strong, that’s when you have to learn how to shut down your mind. You have to take control of your mind and your brain and ignore all of those thoughts. Know that you are in control and focus on the task at hand,” she advised.