Interview with Sheldon Spencer

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sheldonIn this episode we chat with Sheldon Spencer, the man who has had the greatest influence on Angie and I to think positively and live the active life.

Looking for a new challenge, he ran his first marathon at age 55 and has been addicted to running ever since.

This interview was recorded while we were on vacation in Washington State.

Yes, even on vacation we still work hard for the MTA community!

Well actually . . . I don’t know if you can call it work. Trevor’s folks have a cabin with a gorgeous view overlooking the Puget Sound.



Also mentioned in this episode . . .


100_5600Rhody Run, Port Townsend, Washington.

Trevor, Sheldon, and I ran this 12K together and had a great time.

The weather was awesome and the course very scenic.

This was Trevor’s first race . . . and he did amazingly well running under a ten minute mile!

I think he is addicted to running like I am.



Miles4kids.org founded by Christina and Jerry Romero
who use their running to help raise awareness and donations for child abuse prevention.


In this episode’s quick tip, I talk about what to look for in a good marathon or half marathon training plan.


Good luck to all of you running races this summer!

5 Responses to Interview with Sheldon Spencer

  1. Trevor May 25, 2010 at 10:14 pm #

    So what do you think. . . ? I would love to hear your comments about this interview.

  2. christina May 26, 2010 at 9:22 pm #

    Just listened to podcast 12. Enjoyed the interview with your father. Always good to hear running stories from experienced runners. Trevor – A big congrats to your first 12K run and finishing under 10 min miles. Guys, keep up the good work on your podcast!

  3. Trevor May 27, 2010 at 8:01 pm #

    Thanks for the comment Christina! Running that 12k was soooo enjoyable. Of course it helped having Angie running along with me to keep me motivated.

  4. Ryan January 31, 2011 at 2:40 pm #

    I had a small world moment listening to this one. I used to buy running gear in the mid ’90s at the sporting goods store mentioned in this episode.

    • Angie February 1, 2011 at 7:21 pm #

      Wow. It certainly is a small world. You probably ran into Trevor’s dad there too!

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