Can you imagine running over 1,000 days in a row?
What started out as a 2-week goal to run a minimum of 10 minutes a day, every single day, has turned into a monumental accomplishment for Hellah Sidibe. The New Jersey runner recently hit a benchmark in his goal of running every single day, running 1,460 days — that’s every day for 4 years.
In this video, hear a bit behind Sidibe’s inspiration, and watch a cute little celebration reel as he trots across the 4-year finish line. (Note: Sidibe hasn’t stopped running since he hit that benchmark, and he plans to continue.)