Tom Leddy works for a beer company (I’m not going to specify, since he didn’t in the show) as a “problem-solver.” But he had his own problem. He couldn’t bend over to tie his shoes. In high school, he was an athlete. But college taught him the joys–and side effects–of excessive living, and his athletic past was erased.
He knew he needed to change. And he started running.
He has a goal of running a marathon in every state, and on every continent. Follow his progress and reads his thoughtful posts on his blog Runs and Places.
This was after his first marathon in Tanzania:
Tom recommends this book:
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