16. Marathons, Medical School, and Type 1 Diabetes – Dr. Jordan Hoese

Dr. Jordan Hoese ran her first marathon at age 14, two years after being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. In the time since then, she’s run six other marathons and graduated from medical school. She shares her experiences as a patient and a physician.

15. Arctic Trek to Challenge MS – Scott McPhillimy

Badass Scott McPhillimy just returned from the adventure of a lifetime, a three-day trek in the Arctic Circle to benefit the MS Society. A multiple sclerosis warrior himself, Scott describes how he works with his condition while training, and he shares highlights and details from his trek.

13. Pole Fitness and Self-Love with Fibromyalgia – Kat Stokes

Badass Kat Stokes is an engineer, a pole fitness enthusiast, and a fibromyalgia warrior. Kat shares her chronic illness story and her introduction to pole, discusses the role of fitness in her mental health, and describes her practice of self-acceptance.

11. Riding the Autoimmune Condition Rollercoaster – Jennie Maurer

Jennie Maurer, who has a master’s in kinesiology, a passion for personal training, and a history of autoimmune hepatitis and Graves’ disease, shares her story and advice for managing stress and getting back into fitness after a flare.