Guest Q&A: Seth Baird, RaShawn Lee, Jesus DelaTorre, Adam Bratton
Read Time: 5 mins - Short Film: 3 mins
You’ve likely found yourself staring out the office window and wishing you were outside instead of staring at a computer screen a time or two huh? Us too. That’s the inspiration behind our latest short film (3min) entitled “Lunch Break”. The goal is to motivate you to change up your daily routine and sprinkle in some creative activity during your midday break.
We sat down for a Q&A with “The Lunch Bunch” from the film to get their insight leading up to, during, and after our shared meal and experience.
Author: Adam Bratton
Read Time: 4 mins
Anyone who has participated in an Adventure Race knows that adjusting on the fly throughout the event is common practice. Same thing for anyone who has been an RD (Race Director) for that matter. As fate would have it, adjusting on the fly is exactly what everyone had to do at Human Powered Movement’s South Fork Sampler Adventure Race this past weekend, and it was amazing!
Guest Q&A: Chev Dixon
Read Time: 6 mins
Chevaughn Dixon was born in Kingston, Jamaica and spent most of his childhood between the bustling city and the rural Trelawney Parish before migrating to Yonkers, NY at age 13. Chev is an avid runner, cyclist, horticulturist, and professional kayaker. He is also the Director of the Hudson River Riders, a program that promotes access to nature for BIPOC people in the community. This June, Chev is kicking off the 2nd edition of the Hudson Valley Challenge (HVC), an annual multi-day human-powered expedition that celebrates community and highlights the recreational beauty of the Hudson Valley region of New York.
Between training sessions, recent features on Outside, and environmental and social equity activism on Chev’s plate, we caught up with him for a quick Q&A to learn how he not only handles, but thrives in the outdoors.
Guest Q&A: Rebecca Miller
Read Time: 3 mins
Originally from northern Detroit, and now proudly a North Carolinian, Rebecca Miller has certainly found consistency in her running routine over the past year. Not only has she been busy crafting cold treats at NoDa Brewing Co. as one of the Brewers, but she also just completed her 52nd 5K race in as many weekends as she snagged race shirts, medals, PRs, and endless memories along the way.
We caught up with Rebecca to ask her a few questions about her experience, what she’s learned over the past 365 days, and what’s next!
Human Powered Journal
Writings and musings of an active lifestyle
Adam Bratton is the Founder and Head Enabler at Human Powered Movement.
Guest Contributors are more compelling in written word and life in general.