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The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

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The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast
The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

Mike Powell

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The Powell Movement is the podcast that pushes the envelope and is designed to be the go-to show for sports enthusiasts who want to know what it takes to achieve success.

Latest Episodes

Nick Martini, Pro Skier, Filmmaker

ENick Martini was supposed to be the biggest thing in skiing, and when he was healthy, he was going in that direction, but injuries got the best of Nick’s ski career. Good thing he was also an award-winning filmmaker who had plenty of downtime to hone his craft. These days, Nick’s Stept Productions has evolved into Stept Studios and what was a small crew based out of Colorado is now a thriving studio, employing 40+ people and continuing to live the dream. It’s an awesome conversation.

81 MIN5 d ago
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Patrick McCarthy, Pro Snowboarder

EPatrick McCarthy is one of those positive people that never seems to be in a bad mood….And why would he be? His snowboard career has spanned decades. For 12 years, he charged hard as a pro rider who put out banger parts every year chasing snow and the dream. The whole time he was calculated, buying property and setting himself up for success in later life…but he never left snowboarding. Now, he’s also the TM for 686, and this podcast is a fun conversation with a legendary Northwest dude.

72 MIN1 w ago
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Patrick McCarthy, Pro Snowboarder

Redbull Rampage

ERedbull Rampage is the most insane event in all of sports. The bikers are gladiators and the desert is their colosseum. I take a trip down to Utah to check out the event and get quick interviews with the riders and more. It’s a do not miss episode from a do not miss event.

52 MIN2 w ago
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Redbull Rampage

Sean Tedore, Pro Snowboarder, Snowboard Engineer

ESean Tedore was an up and coming pro snowboarder in the early 2000’s. He had sponsors, film projects, travel and the things were looking up for Tedore until they weren’t. Multiple catastrophic knee injuries derailed his career, but he had a back up plan. He went to school and studied to be an engineer and then landed an engineering dream job building snowboards. The podcast a look at a lot of different sides of snowboarding.

63 MIN3 w ago
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Sean Tedore, Pro Snowboarder, Snowboard Engineer

Simon Dumont, Pro Skier

ESimon Dumont is a legendary figure in the world of freeskiiing. Known for boosting higher than almost anyone else in the halfpipe, Simon’s career was full of podiums and video parts. While he is a legend in the sport, things didn’t come easy for Simon. He was always too small and told he would never make it and he never listened. He willed and worked himself to success and it’s something he believes anyone can do, if they put in the work.

69 MINOCT 14
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Simon Dumont, Pro Skier

Ben Weis, Pro Skater

EBen Weis has lived a rollercoaster of a life so far and he’s not even 40. Ben came up in a dysfunction family in Minnesota, didn’t have the money to play hockey and ended up finding rollerblading. In just three quick years he went pro in a sport where there was no money. So contest winnings went into backing drug deals, they went bad, and Ben found himself a heroin addict/criminal who was in and out of prison. He’s been out for a month, he’s clean, and this tale is a must listen.

73 MINOCT 7
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Ben Weis, Pro Skater

Tricia Byrnes, Pro Snowboarder

ETricia Byrnes is on the podcast this week…. she’s a wealth of knowledge and a fun interview. Tricia’s known for her competitive days, she was on the contest circuit for 20 years but these days, she’s organizing the contests and making sure she helps pave the way for the future of the sport. We talk about her life and times on and off the podium, the future of the sport and some great old stories.

60 MINSEP 30
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Tricia Byrnes, Pro Snowboarder

Pep Fujas: Pro skier

EPep Fujas is arguably one of the most influential skiers of our time, I’ve had so many guests bring him up on the show as the person they looked up to. Known for his style, Pep has always seen terrain differently, which has always shown in his skiing. On the podcast we talk about growing up in a yurt, contests, Tanner, Plake, Afterglow, K2, and his new venture WNDR Alpine. It’s a do not miss episode with a legend.

76 MINSEP 23
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Pep Fujas: Pro skier

Black Sage and Proving Grounds

EThis week’s podcast is based around two mountain bike events in Prineville Oregon, Black Sage and Proving Grounds. Some of the best riders in the world converge upon this mecca of jumps and features and destroy them. The podcast is a mix of 15 interviews with athletes and insiders and 10 unforgettable minutes talking to Micah Black at Greg Stump’s house.

49 MINSEP 16
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Black Sage and Proving Grounds

Jeff Galbraith, Publisher

EJeff Galbraith is a writer stuck in a publisher’s office. He’s also a dude with more history in snowboarding media than almost anyone and he is one of the last independent publishers in the world of snow focused print. On the podcast we talk about his long career, the personalities, the magazines he’s worked for, created, and a lot more good stuff.

68 MINSEP 9
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Jeff Galbraith, Publisher

Latest Episodes

Nick Martini, Pro Skier, Filmmaker

ENick Martini was supposed to be the biggest thing in skiing, and when he was healthy, he was going in that direction, but injuries got the best of Nick’s ski career. Good thing he was also an award-winning filmmaker who had plenty of downtime to hone his craft. These days, Nick’s Stept Productions has evolved into Stept Studios and what was a small crew based out of Colorado is now a thriving studio, employing 40+ people and continuing to live the dream. It’s an awesome conversation.

81 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Nick Martini, Pro Skier, Filmmaker

Patrick McCarthy, Pro Snowboarder

EPatrick McCarthy is one of those positive people that never seems to be in a bad mood….And why would he be? His snowboard career has spanned decades. For 12 years, he charged hard as a pro rider who put out banger parts every year chasing snow and the dream. The whole time he was calculated, buying property and setting himself up for success in later life…but he never left snowboarding. Now, he’s also the TM for 686, and this podcast is a fun conversation with a legendary Northwest dude.

72 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Patrick McCarthy, Pro Snowboarder

Redbull Rampage

ERedbull Rampage is the most insane event in all of sports. The bikers are gladiators and the desert is their colosseum. I take a trip down to Utah to check out the event and get quick interviews with the riders and more. It’s a do not miss episode from a do not miss event.

52 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Redbull Rampage

Sean Tedore, Pro Snowboarder, Snowboard Engineer

ESean Tedore was an up and coming pro snowboarder in the early 2000’s. He had sponsors, film projects, travel and the things were looking up for Tedore until they weren’t. Multiple catastrophic knee injuries derailed his career, but he had a back up plan. He went to school and studied to be an engineer and then landed an engineering dream job building snowboards. The podcast a look at a lot of different sides of snowboarding.

63 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Sean Tedore, Pro Snowboarder, Snowboard Engineer

Simon Dumont, Pro Skier

ESimon Dumont is a legendary figure in the world of freeskiiing. Known for boosting higher than almost anyone else in the halfpipe, Simon’s career was full of podiums and video parts. While he is a legend in the sport, things didn’t come easy for Simon. He was always too small and told he would never make it and he never listened. He willed and worked himself to success and it’s something he believes anyone can do, if they put in the work.

69 MINOCT 14
Comments
Simon Dumont, Pro Skier

Ben Weis, Pro Skater

EBen Weis has lived a rollercoaster of a life so far and he’s not even 40. Ben came up in a dysfunction family in Minnesota, didn’t have the money to play hockey and ended up finding rollerblading. In just three quick years he went pro in a sport where there was no money. So contest winnings went into backing drug deals, they went bad, and Ben found himself a heroin addict/criminal who was in and out of prison. He’s been out for a month, he’s clean, and this tale is a must listen.

73 MINOCT 7
Comments
Ben Weis, Pro Skater

Tricia Byrnes, Pro Snowboarder

ETricia Byrnes is on the podcast this week…. she’s a wealth of knowledge and a fun interview. Tricia’s known for her competitive days, she was on the contest circuit for 20 years but these days, she’s organizing the contests and making sure she helps pave the way for the future of the sport. We talk about her life and times on and off the podium, the future of the sport and some great old stories.

60 MINSEP 30
Comments
Tricia Byrnes, Pro Snowboarder

Pep Fujas: Pro skier

EPep Fujas is arguably one of the most influential skiers of our time, I’ve had so many guests bring him up on the show as the person they looked up to. Known for his style, Pep has always seen terrain differently, which has always shown in his skiing. On the podcast we talk about growing up in a yurt, contests, Tanner, Plake, Afterglow, K2, and his new venture WNDR Alpine. It’s a do not miss episode with a legend.

76 MINSEP 23
Comments
Pep Fujas: Pro skier

Black Sage and Proving Grounds

EThis week’s podcast is based around two mountain bike events in Prineville Oregon, Black Sage and Proving Grounds. Some of the best riders in the world converge upon this mecca of jumps and features and destroy them. The podcast is a mix of 15 interviews with athletes and insiders and 10 unforgettable minutes talking to Micah Black at Greg Stump’s house.

49 MINSEP 16
Comments
Black Sage and Proving Grounds

Jeff Galbraith, Publisher

EJeff Galbraith is a writer stuck in a publisher’s office. He’s also a dude with more history in snowboarding media than almost anyone and he is one of the last independent publishers in the world of snow focused print. On the podcast we talk about his long career, the personalities, the magazines he’s worked for, created, and a lot more good stuff.

68 MINSEP 9
Comments
Jeff Galbraith, Publisher
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