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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Michigan Man Fights Adversity Through Exercise

The following is an excerpt from a story which we believe is worthy of reading, but would lose too much of its charm if it were re-written for presentation on this blog. Please link through for the rest of the story, but hurry back! ... Editor

by Autumn Lee

"Bud Knight can easily recall the day that led him to pursue a healthier way of life and ultimately enter triathlon competitions. It was Nov. 8, 2006.

Knight, a Manitou Beach resident and registered nurse at Foote Hospital in Jackson, had just left work on his motorcycle when a motorist pulled out in front of him. Knight hit the car head on, rolled off the hood and was knocked unconscious...

He spent five weeks "retraining" his brain — a process that was originally supposed to take 10 weeks — in order to go back to work.

An avid cycler before the accident, he resumed his biking and also started taking better care of himself. And as he made changes in his life and began to shed some pounds, he noticed a change in his biking abilities.

He was getting faster.... "

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1 comment:

Bud Knight said...

The following is an excerpt from a story which we believe is worthy of reading, but would lose too much of its charm if it were re-written for presentation on this blog. Please link through for the rest of the story, but hurry back! ... Editor

I have been overwhelmed with the simple story of mine from the small town of Manitou Beach MI. I quoted the Editor above because it is such a nice thing to say about my story, Thank you very much. I just hope that when it becomes time for my Ironman that I prove to myself that I can do anything I set my mind to do. Happy Training!

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