<cutline_leadin>GETTING STRONGER:</cutline_leadin> Cardiac patient Terry Bernard work outs at the Memorial Regional Hospital fitness and rehabilitation center in Hollywood on Monday.
<cutline_leadin>GETTING STRONGER:</cutline_leadin> Cardiac patient Terry Bernard work outs at the Memorial Regional Hospital fitness and rehabilitation center in Hollywood on Monday. Gaston De Cardenas for the miami herald
<cutline_leadin>GETTING STRONGER:</cutline_leadin> Cardiac patient Terry Bernard work outs at the Memorial Regional Hospital fitness and rehabilitation center in Hollywood on Monday. Gaston De Cardenas for the miami herald

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