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Interview at WalkJogRun

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I was interviewed by WalkJogRun.net for their podcast a few weeks ago, but there were audio issues so today they posted a transcript of the interview along with some photos from Clean Livin’.

I’ve previously written about WalkJogRun and it’s a great site for plotting the distance and path of my walks, and better yet, finding a great walking or running route when you’re traveling. They also have a fantastic iOS app and their podcast is always full of great information. I talked to Caitlin of WJR about Clean Livin’, my history of being a fat guy, and about my weight loss success over the past four years.

Being interviewed has given me the bug to start a podcast. Any interest in hearing me prattle on about Clean Livin’ for 15–20 minutes a week?

You can read a transcript of the interview at the WalkJogRun blog.

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2 Responses to “Interview at WalkJogRun”

  1. September 22nd, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    Rosie says:

    Congratulations, what a great interview? I have extremely slow internet so I don’t know how often I could download podcasts, but it would be pretty awesome.

  2. September 23rd, 2012 at 1:47 pm

    Joe Dempsey, Sr. says:

    I recommend that you do a vlog and limit it to about 5 minutes. The 5-minute limit will prevent those of us who often mentally respond with “tl;dl”.

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