"Fox & Friends" correspondent Todd Piro caught up with Tim Tebow at the New York Mets spring training facility in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

Tebow, currently a minor leaguer in the Mets organization and a former NFL quarterback, opened up about baseball, faith and his new movie.

"It's only been a couple days so far, but it's been so much fun," Tebow said of spring training. "I mean, look at this, this weather, we're playing a great a game. It's awesome."

He revealed that he had a unique training regimen during the baseball offseason, as he was often on the road for his other job: college football analyst.

"I would train everywhere I went and bring coaches with me. But that's part of my life. I travel and speak and share and go on a lot of mission trips, so you find a way to train in those situations" Tebow said.

As he juggles his many commitments on and off the field, Tebow said his Christian faith is an ever-present part of who he is.

"It's just who I am. I'm a Jesus follower and I love Him. Hopefully that's something people respect, because if you believe in something that much, it's gonna come out in your actions," Tebow said.

He also spoke about serving as executive producer on a new film, “Run the Race,” which just premiered on Feb. 22.

The plot centers on two brothers from a broken home who come together to overcome struggles in sports, faith and life.

"It's a story about redemption, but most importantly it's a story about how God loves every single one of us," Tebow said. "I think there's a lot of storylines in this that hopefully will hit home for a lot of people."

Watch the "Fox & Friends" interview above.


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