Running the 2013 Yonkers Marathon while juggling
It has been exactly one year since the founding of Wild Juggling! Over the past year, Wild Juggling has grown to 290 posts, 675 followers, slightly over 25,000 page views, and something around 150 bad jokes. It has been viewed and continues to get viewed in dozens of countries around the world.
Also over the past year, I have become a faster runner, ran one marathon in under 4 hours while juggling, did one podcast interview, and even partially joggled up a “mountain”.
But even more important, based on feedback I have gotten, I have inspired many people to exercise more(and I have been inspired in return). Some people tell me they are interested in going vegan because of my example. I still haven’t met a person who became a joggler though after reading my site, but inspiring people to joggle isn’t the main purpose of this blog. Inspiring people to live healthier lives, and to have more fun with exercise is the main purpose.
Thanks to all my followers for your support. All of you are great, and I continue to learn from you and your sites. I always look forward to your feedback. It has been fun. Let’s make Wild Juggling’s second year even more fun. Oh, and be sure to come back later since there will be a giveaway contest to celebrate the anniversary.
Countries of the world where Wild Juggling has been viewed
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We have reached a milestone. Thank you to all my 500 followers!
Thank you for wasting your precious time on my blog, reading about my crazy fitness antics, my health and fitness advice, my travels, and my vegan lifestyle. Above all, I thank you all for tolerating my bad jokes. You help make Wild Juggling possible.
I appreciate all the comments and feedback. Even the angry feedback. It’s great to have followers from so many different countries, from so many different cultures. Juggling, in a way, is like a universal language similar to music. It can break down barriers(and occasionally break a few windows and vases), whether fitness barriers or cultural barriers. The same could be said for sports and fitness.
I learn a lot from your informative blogs and your feedback. I steal from them whenever I can, to help make Wild Juggling a better place. I love the enthusiasm from all the fitness fanatics who regularly visit. I hope we can continue to inspire each other. Wild Juggling isn’t just about me, it is about everyone who is carving out their own unique path to be fit. I hope my blog has made a difference, even if only an extremely tiny practically non-existent difference. I hope you continue to follow my vegan joggling adventures.
Thank you for following and for coming by.
Keep on juggling!
Chris P the Wild Juggler