Woman hugs tree for 10 hours to beat record

The “tree hugger” did this challenge in a supportive cause and raised funds for a Chattanooga Audubon Society.

Adrienne Long broke the Guinness world record for the longest hug to a tree, after being able to spend 10 hours and five minutes with her arms around a walnut tree in Heritage Park, Chattanooga, Tennessee. 

The “tree hugger” turned the challenge into a solidary cause and, in addition to breaking the previous record of eight hours and fifteen minutes, she also managed to raise funds for the Chattanooga Audubon Society, an environmental organization dedicated to the conservation of birds and their habitat.

Adrienne did the challenge with a timer placed next to her, while drinking protein shakes that helped her achieve her goal.


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