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Spin Instructor Robin Arzon Explains Why Running Is Her Therapy

When your spirits dip, try lacing up to battle the blues. That’s what well-known Peloton Cycle instructor and author Robin Arzon did when she struggled to cope after being held hostage by a gunman at a bar in college: she headed to therapy and went running. “I was so mindful of trying to heal,” she says in Health's video above. “Immediately after the situation, I was like, ‘OK, heal me.
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