'I ran until my knees gave up on me!': A running addict's rehabilitation journey

Chan says that while her clients initially need to be coaxed to use the machines, they feel good once they see improvement. — Photos: KAMARUL ARIFFIN/The Star

It wasn’t until she had her first kid that Christina Chan took up running.

She needed something to do while keeping her infant daughter entertained, so she would run with the stroller.

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