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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Runner's World Interviews Me: Ted's Great Adventures

You might enjoy reading this interview online at Runner's World.

Per usual, I enjoy sharing stories about running and life and coaching and just-about-anything with anyone willing to listen and share back. I love stories. Humans are among the best story making beings in the universe. Make'em, share'em and celebrate together.

Interview topics include: my post-Born-to-Run-life, barefoot running, trail running, coaching, 2010 schedule, running 100 miles, my skateboard world record and MovNat. Enjoy.

To read interview online at the Runner's World website, click here.

Barefoot Ted

 The Orange Curtain 100K, 2008.  Photo by Barefoot Ken Bob Saxton

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6 Comments:

Blogger Boris T. said...

Nice interview!

Friday, January 01, 2010

 
Blogger Barefoot Ted said...

Howdy Justin

Thanks for your interest in the process of me becoming me. Indeed, Christopher McDougall in his book Born to Run did a pretty good job outlining the process of discovering barefoot as the solution to running for me.

Also, my blog over the last 6 years has chronicled my adventures and discoveries as I developed my potentials as an athlete and started sharing my process and discoveries.

BFT

Sunday, January 03, 2010

 
Anonymous Bobby Love said...

great read BFT, always entertaining!

I look forward to an expansion on MovNat in the USA, most things I do with it I have to research and perform on my own or find people crazy enough to head out with me!

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

 
Blogger Evan said...

Fun interview Ted! They probably edited the whole thing like mad but I still think you came across pretty well. Even though I am a convert, I feel like jumping out the door for a run!

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

 
Blogger August Kryger said...

Excellent article, the book and your (and other runners') successes have gotten me very inspired. I'm now training for my first marathon, which I'll run in VFF. Thanks for all the good info/advice

Thursday, January 14, 2010

 
Anonymous Joe said...

Nice interview, Ted! Enjoyed it. Have you ever thought about trying joggling? It goes great with barefoot or VFF running, the softness of steps and gracefully and mindfully toss and catching is a nice combo. Once you get used to it that is.

Friday, January 15, 2010

 

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