Sustainability, Physical fitness, Electric Power Production, Exercise Equipment and Supplies
Interview of Adam Boesel by Teresa Celestine at Green Micro Gym Portland, Oregon on July 29th, 2011.
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Adam Boesel is the founder of The Green Microgym and co-founder of PlugOut Fitness. He was born in Pullman, Washington and previously taught 2nd-4th grades in an alternative school. The idea behind The Green Microgym is to harness the energy produced by the gym-goers, and use it to power the gym facilities. With his friends Ryan Barr and ex-Microsoft employee Aaron Bird, they created PlugOut Fitness, a company that sells exercise equipment that literally sends electricity back to the power grid.
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Celestine, Teresa, "Interview with Adam Boesel, 2011 (audio)" (2011). Sustainability History Project. http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10759