People often ask me if I invented joggling. Of course, not! I independently “discovered” it, but people have probably been joggling for as long as juggling has been around. Joggling actually has a number of participants as evidenced by the following interviews. We’ll add more as we get more interviews. If you are interested in telling your joggling story, please contact me at thejoggler(at)gmail.com.
June 2007 : Dana Lee Ling – The professor of joggling.
October 2007: Jonas Eberlein – World Traveling Adventure Joggler
October 2007: Barry Goldmeier- The Amazing 5-ball Marathon Joggler
October 2007: Anders Kierulf – Master Joggler.
November 2007: Lenny Ferman – Track Runner Turned Joggler.
November 2007: Tyler Wishau – Joggling Challenger for a World Record
December 2007: Bill Coad – Entertainer Business Owner and Joggler
December 2007: Brad Alsop – Marathoning Machine and Occasional Joggler
February 2008: Matt Feldman – A Speedy Joggling Advocate
March 2008: Alex Tijerina – Juggler Turned Joggler
April 2008: Bruce Foreman – The Hong Kong Joggler
June 2008: David Livingston – Endurance joggler
July 2008: Danny Tomaro – Bored Runner Turned Joggler
August 2008: Gus Tate – Joggling to Stay Fit
September 2008: Heather Marriott – The Fastest Female Joggler
September 2008: Jason Hollandsworth – Small Town American Joggler
October 2008: Jesse Joyner – A Joggler With a Message
October 2008: Tim Butler – Joggling Directory Creator
November 2008: Andy Swan – A Joggling Pioneer
November 2008: Joe Salter – Marathon Joggler in Training
November 2008: Jeff Civillico – Corporate Juggler Tries Joggling
December 2008: Scott Anthony – The Writing Joggler
December 2008: Jack Hirschowitz – The Joggling Intellectual
January 2009: Riley McLincha the Drubbling Joggler
April 2009: Ralph Kidner and the Quest of the Drop-Free 10K