In terms of fitness and battling through cancer, exercise helps you stay strong physically and mentally.
I am a private person and that has always been my personality.
One day you are happy and laughing and the next you are crying.
I am living in Norway, where I am under the care of the best cancer doctor in Norway and I can be closer to my family.
For a couple of days after chemotherapy, food tastes really bland, even the best foods. I haven't been sick, but have been a little tired. I haven't lost any weight.
You go into the disease as one person and come out of it as a different person. It has changed my perspective on everything. Things that used to upset me no longer do.
I am about to get involved with the biggest cancer hospital in Norway. They are building a fitness center to work with patients. I will be a consultant.
Another inspiration that has helped me get through has been Lance Armstrong's story. My cancer is not nearly as bad as his, but I believe in staying motivated and keeping as fit as you can.
Every day I spend time on the treadmill. I am walking faster, stronger and harder than I was two months ago.
The worst injury I ever had was a stress fracture from running.
What Fred Lebow went through was an inspiration for me. You have to set goals for yourself.
I tried to keep it secret, but the story got into the newspapers. It was more difficult for my family, who couldn't understand why the media wouldn't leave me in peace.
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