A 41-year-old mother of two ran a marathon every day for a year.
It may sound far-fetched, but ask Danish runner Annette Fredskov and she will tell you that running cured her of Multiple Sclerosis, a condition that damages the central nervous system and causes severe pain.
According to an article posted on The Inquisitr website, Fredskov, a 41-year-old mother of two, maintains that she was able to get healthy after running a marathon’s distance (26.2 miles) every day for an entire year.
And to boot: she completed twice the distance last Sunday.
“It has been a completely wonderful day,” Fredskov said after crossing the line in her final marathon. “My dream has come true, and it can not be described with words. It has been a gigantic feast of running and I am completely overwhelmed, happy, grateful, and tired.”
Three years ago, she was diagnosed with MS and ran her first marathon, the Frankfurt Marathon back in 2010.
She called that experience “love at first run.”