#76 - Andy Raynor on progress. From 3:54 to a 2:44 marathon and beyond
This conversation is with Andy Raynor aka FOD Runner, he started running from the 1st January 2015, and is now a keen runner who enjoys running the tracks and trails of the Forest of Dean.
Andy runs several businesses, is a father of three and is currently training for a sub 2:40 marathon. You can follow his journey on his YouTube channel. We dive into his training, and how he spins the various plates, whilst working towards his best in the marathon distance.
You can follow him on Instagram @fodrunner
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