Guest Q&A: Jeremy Weibley
Read Time: 4 mins - Short Film: 5 mins
Endurance sports can literally and figuratively lead us to the highest of peaks and the lowest of valleys. There are lessons to be learned in both of these physical and mental places. Human Powered Movement is proud to support Jeremy Weibley on his quest to finish his first 100 mile trail race. In this short film and Q&A you'll see why some ultramarathons end up with belt buckles and beers and some end with concussions and cobwebs. Ultra running is kind of like mountaineering ... reaching the peak is optional, descending is mandatory.
Guest Q&A: Galen Bratton
Read Time: 6 mins
Galen Bratton, the older brother of Human Powered Movement founder Adam Bratton recently completed his first multi-day bikepacking trip of the 184 mile Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Trail.
Although many have ridden this popular and completely car-free route, from Cumberland, MD to Washington, DC (or vice versa), the experience with his HS pals did more than just allow for a few days away from computer screens and onto two-wheels. It re-inspired the childlike wonder of riding bikes, it re-invigorated the need to move through nature, and it reinforced 40+ years of friendship.
We tossed a few questions his way to get a feel for what last week’s pedal powered comradely session meant to him and his HS buds.
Author: Adam Bratton
Read Time: 5 mins
In early 2022, I got a seemingly random text from adventure pal, Samuel Martin (of “Available for Pickup Only” fame amongst others) It simply said “Packrafting trip in Alaska?”. Wesley Maxwell (the photographer behind most of Human Powered Movement’s shenanigans) was also on the text and immediately responded the same obvious way I did. “Love it … I’m in!”. These semi-serious and semi-wishful thinking responses ended up turning into something that only the very best dreams are made of.
I Just Biked 200-Miles In One Day – Here's How You Can Accomplish Your Goals Too (Hint: It’s 90% Mental)
Author: Adam Bratton
Read Time: 4 mins
I’ll start by being blunt … Stop making excuses! You are, have been, and will continue to be, way more capable than you think you are. Physically, mentally, emotionally, and more. Whatever barriers you perceive to have are just that, perceptions. Perceptions that you can overcome. Human Powered Movement unapologetically leans into the concept of facilitating and supporting great human powered experiences across the physical/mental spectrum. Our goal is to inspire you along your own adventure journey and yes, sometimes that includes rah-rah speeches just like this! Let me tell you how I recently, and finally, reached a longtime distance goal in my own life, how it motivated me to share this experience, and how you can accomplish your own goals.
Human Powered Journal
Writings and musings of an active lifestyle
Adam Bratton is the Founder and Head Enabler at Human Powered Movement.
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