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  • Enough excuses: 85-year-old bodybuilder is motivating others to start exercising

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  • As ‘No shave November’ begins, screening recommendations and other tips for men’s health

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  • Easy exercises you can still do as it gets cold outside

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  • Cleveland woman who’s had 3 breast cancer diagnoses helps others

    02:18
  • How Bob Harper is raising awareness about heart conditions

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  • How to live longer with a higher quality of life

    04:39
  • How one woman lost over 200 pounds in 15 months

    05:22
  • Women and weight loss: Focus on balancing your metabolism

    06:17
  • Why you aren’t losing weight and what to change

    05:31
  • Meet the mom who’s gone viral on TikTok with her goal of running a marathon

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  • A 10-minute dance cardio workout from AKT

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Meet 6 runners who raise awareness for organ donation in the Ragnar Relay

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The Run for TODAY series counting down to this weekend’s More/Shape Women’s Half Marathon co-hosted by TODAY’s Natalie Morales and Erica Hill continues with a look at six remarkable people who ran more than 200 miles as a team to raise awareness for organ donation in the Ragnar Relay in Southern California. Carolyn Manno of NBC Olympics joins TODAY on the plaza to generate excitement for this weekend’s event.