ABC News' John Schriffen reports:
As an athlete, weekend warrior, or just a health enthusiast, we've all been there. That point in a workout when your breathing becomes heavy, body feels weak, and that voice inside is screaming for you to stop. But there's something that keeps you going. In my case, slumped over a spinning bike, it was a message written on my arm that gave me a jolt of energy every time I looked down. It said #TeamRobin.
This weekend a group of us here at ABC News traded in our work clothes for workout gear to participate in a charity cancer spin class at SoulCycle in New York City. Many in the packed room of about 80 people had their own reasons for being there. For us, it was all about supporting our good friend Robin Roberts.
By now many of you know that Robin has been diagnosed with MDS, a rare blood disorder, and has had a bone marrow transplant. But what you may not know is what she means to the ABC family.Read More »from #TeamRobin Pedals For a Cause at SoulCycle