Instead of avoiding strenuous activity while pregnant, Amber Miller bucked tradition by running in the Chicago Marathon. Then, according to 'Today,' she gave birth only seven hours later. Well, that's certainly one way to induce labor.

Amber was nine months pregnant when she participated in the 26.2 mile marathon. Amazingly, she finished the long-distance race in 6 hours and 25 minutes despite the fact that she began to feel contractions while running.

Shortly after completing the run, Amber and her husband went to the hospital, where she gave birth to a seven-pound, 13-ounce baby girl hours later.

Watch this "marathon mom's" incredible story below:

[via Today]