Remember the firefighter who did a 9/11 tribute last month by climbing 110 flights of stairs on a Stairmaster? Well, apparently this guy was inspired by it . . .
32-year-old Tony Constanzo works as a firefighter in La Porte, Texas, just outside Houston. He also runs a nonprofit called “Footsteps for the Fallen” that gives scholarships to the children of first responders.
And he does a stunt every year to raise money and awareness. Like last year, he ran 440 miles in 11 days. Which is almost two marathons a DAY. So he’s in pretty good shape.
And over the weekend, he raised money by walking nonstop for 24 hours, in full firefighting gear, with a heavy oxygen tank on his back.
He did it at a gym on a treadmill . . . started at noon last Friday . . . and didn’t stop until noon on Saturday. So he walked all day and night, and didn’t take any breaks except to use the bathroom.