Typically when I run a mile, I'm usually running for about the first 20 feet, then it becomes a slow jog for about 10 feet, followed by about 15 minutes of laying on my back, gasping for air. Makenna Myler fully running a mile is impressive to me, but she takes it a step higher than that.

Makenna is nine months pregnant, but that doesn't stop her from enjoying her favorite hobby; running with the Valor Track Club in Los Angeles.

The 28-year-old was cleared by two doctors to go for a run, so she's been out five to six times a week.

Now that she's nine months pregnant, her husband bet her she couldn't run an eight-minute-mile. She took the $100 wager, and beat the goal, coming in at 5 minutes and 25 seconds.

Just for some perspective, the average pace for a woman to run a mile clocks in at about 10 minutes and 40 seconds.

Read more at Women's Health

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