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How NFL Legend Michael Strahan Used Jane Fonda Workout Tapes to Transform His Chubby Physique at Age 13

Originally posted 09/23/2016 03:40PM

It's hard to imagine Michael Strahan not being in tip-top shape, but the former NFL star admits he went through a chubby phase.

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How Michael Strahan Has Bonded with His Good Morning America Colleagues

Originally posted 09/23/2016 09:05AM

Michael Strahan may have just settled into his new full-time role at Good Morning America a few weeks ago, but he's felt like part of the family much longer.

"I've hung out with everybody," Strahan, 44, tells PEOPLE in this week's issue. "I played golf with George Stephanopoulos."

"Robin [Roberts] has been a mentor and has helped me so much," he continues. "I hang out with Amy Robach; she loves scary movies, and I get scared to death."

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Meet Michael Strahan's Blended Family: 'My Kids Give Me Strength'

Originally posted 09/22/2016 04:55PM

Michael Strahan is a former football star and a successful television personality – but more than anything, he's one proud dad with a bustling brood living all around the country.

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Michael Strahan Says Divorce 'Is Probably One of the Toughest Things I've Ever Gone Through'

Originally posted 09/22/2016 01:25PM

Michael Strahan says that going through a divorce was one of the most challenging times he endured in his personal life, but it's one that helped him recognize his own strength.

In this week's PEOPLE cover story, the Good Morning America co-anchor opens up to about his divorce, dating life and previous engagement to Nicole Murphy.

"Personally, getting divorced is probably one of the toughest things I've ever gone through but it was also a learning experience and I learned a lot about myself and I learned a lot about a lot of the people who were around at that time and some aren't around anymore," Strahan, 44, tells PEOPLE of his previous marriages to Jean Muggli (1999–2006) and Wanda Hutchins (1992–1996).

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Author Samantha Ettus Argues All Moms Should Work in New Book: Stay-at-Home Moms Feel a 'Well of Dissatisfaction'

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Author Samantha Ettus Argues All Moms Should Work in New Book: Stay-at-Home Moms Feel a 'Well of Dissatisfaction'

Originally posted 09/21/2016 04:45PM

Are stay-at-home moms just as miserable as workaholics? Author Samantha Ettus thinks so.

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Good Morning America's Ginger Zee Runs to Help Feed the Hungry


Good Morning America's Ginger Zee Runs to Help Feed the Hungry

Originally posted 09/21/2016 11:05AM

Good Morning America meterologist Ginger Zee enjoys the dualities of running: It's a simple act, but also tough.

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Michael Strahan Reflects on His Journey from the NFL to Good Morning America

Originally posted 09/21/2016 07:30AM

Michael Strahan never realized he could make it as a football player – let alone as a television host. His parents Gene and Louise Strahan, on the other hand, had no doubts about their son's potential.

"I never knew I could accomplish so much," Strahan, 44, tells PEOPLE in this week's issue. "But my parents never act surprised. They look at me as if there's no limit. That helped me feel like there's no limit."

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Donald Trump Jr. Tries to Fix Dad's Latest Birther Mess, President Obama Is 'Shocked' and Hillary Clinton Says Trump Owes POTUS and the Nation an Apology

Originally posted 09/16/2016 11:35AM

WATCH: "I believe he did that last night." - @DonaldJTrumpJr on father saying Pres. Obama was born in the USA https://t.co/Jkpibap9N8— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 16, 2016 Donald Trump reignited the birther movement on Wednesday when he wouldn't admit to The Washington Post that Barack Obama was born in the United States.

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ABC Executive Admits 'We Made Some Mistakes' with Michael Strahan's Transition from Live to GMA

Originally posted 09/14/2016 07:45PM

Four months after Michael Strahan left his post as co-host of Live, ABC exec Ben Sherwood is admitting that the network "made some mistakes" handling the star's exit.

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Soccer Star Abby Wambach Reveals Her Pain Growing Up Lesbian

Originally posted 09/13/2016 12:40PM

WATCH: @AbbyWambach explains this quote in her book: "If I play well, my mother might forgive me for who I am." https://t.co/EjOtybMWWN-- Good Morning America (@GMA) September 13, 2016 "If I play well, my mother might forgive me for being who I am."

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