Mika Belgrave, 36, a cancer patient, credits the six-week fitness program with helping with her recovery. Belgrave works out at Aim Higher Crossfit, a gym outside of Coral Gables that offers six-week fitness challenges to help people both physically and emotionally.
Mika Belgrave, 36, a cancer patient, credits the six-week fitness program with helping with her recovery. Belgrave works out at Aim Higher Crossfit, a gym outside of Coral Gables that offers six-week fitness challenges to help people both physically and emotionally. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Mika Belgrave, 36, a cancer patient, credits the six-week fitness program with helping with her recovery. Belgrave works out at Aim Higher Crossfit, a gym outside of Coral Gables that offers six-week fitness challenges to help people both physically and emotionally. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

This gym isn’t just pumping iron, it’s healing hearts

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