This 14-Year-Old CF Patient Will Inspire You to Exercise

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In this Boomer Esiason Foundation video, Brayden Merrill, an amazing 14-year-old CFer, shares how he stays healthy by doing track, cross country and playing soccer.

MORE: There are many benefits of exercise and activities that stimulate breathing for cystic fibrosis patients. Here are some outstanding examples of how life-changing this all could be.

It’s inspiring for someone so young to be so open about their struggle and use it as fuel to train and work even harder. Because of that, Brayden is inspiring many people, including his younger brother Noah who is 8 years old and also lives with CF.

MORE: Learn more about how the Boomer Esiason Foundation CF ambassador and CFer Jerry Cahill celebrated his 60th birthday.

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