Inspiration comes in many forms and if Rob Jones can't inspire you, we don't know what will.
Marine Corps veteran Rob Jones had both of his legs amputated after being wounded by a land mine in Afghanistan. Since then, he's won a bronze medal for rowing in the Paralympics and biked 5,180 miles across the country for charity. But this was only the beginning.
Recently, 32-year-old Jones started another journey in hopes to inspire more and raise money for the veteran community. Jones decided to run 31 marathons in 31 days in 31 different cities. His final run will be November 11th on the National Mall to mark Veterans Day.
You can follow on his journey through his Instagram page and so far, he's made every marathon seem like a breeze!
If you want to read more on his story, check out the feature on The Washington Post here.