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Jennifer Roe abandoned her healthy eating habits when she became pregnant with her son, and by the time she gave birth she had reached 255 lbs. As part of her quest to get healthy physically and mentally, she began running – and recently competed in a 200-mile relay race along with 11 other teammates, who also experienced dramatic weight loss. Roe and her teammates’ stories are the subject of the new documentary From Fat to Finish Line (available on iTunes and Amazon).
Print Edition: A truly inspiring transformation, Jennifer signed up for a half-marathon despite her distaste for running, and before she knew it began logging serious miles. She worked her way up steadily and has since completed many half-marathons and 5Ks. She'll soon run in a 200-miles relay race, too.
Cover Story Print Magazine: Just before 8 P.M. on January 4, 2013, a dozen sleep-deprived but elated runners staggered across the finish line of the Ragnar Relay in Key West, Florida, having just covered 197 miles over 36 hours as a team. As athletes they traded celebratory high-fives and embraces before a cheering crowd, it was hard to imagine they had once collectively weighed an additional 1,200 pounds.
This January, Linda Kuil will take on the journey of a lifetime. She’s not off to some exotic locale like Mozambique or Monaco, but to Miami, where she and 11 others will run a 200-mile relay race through the Florida Keys. And her 2 a.m. leg will take her straight through a section called Alligator Alley, where the large reptiles have been known to take a front row seat for the race, right there on the side of the road.
Long-time friends and colleagues Angela Lee and Jennifer Roe teamed to the tell the story of 12 people including Roe who lost on average 100 pounds each. The documentary was called ‘From Fat to Finish Line.’ Because the documentary went viral and they received lots of requests for resources, advice and support, Lee and Roe realized they could turn the momentum into a business. They decided to use a membership model.
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