"Disclaimer: I received a free entry to the Resilience Challenge as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find and write race reviews!"
It seems like everyone and their mom is doing a mileage or movement challenge to keep their sanity during quarantine. I've done some virtual races, and a 50 mile challenge with Honey Stinger. I saw that Team in Training was doing one, and I decided to jump in!
I have a longstanding history with Team in Training. I did my first 5 marathons with them. They are such a fantastic organization, and a very worthy charity (Leukemia & Lymphoma society).
So How Does It Work?
Team In Training’s Resilience Challenge is a 30-day movement & fundraising challenge dedicated to supporting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) mission to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
1. Register here
2. Join my team!
3. Walk or Run 50 miles between Sept 1- Sept 30
4. Tell your friends! You'll have a personal fundraising page - there is a suggested goal of raising $500, but there is no fundraising commitment.
5. Have fun and log your miles!
6. Win prizes for the fundraising levels reached
LETS DO THIS! Join My Team "Movin' and Groovin' to Beat Cancer" today! Even if you aren't able to fundraise, I think raising awareness for blood cancers is super important too.
"Disclaimer: I received a free canister of Metcon START pre-training formula as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find and write race reviews!"
I'm always on the lookout for products that make my running or weightlifting easier - whether it's energy before or recovery after. I wanted to try Metcon START because it was developed by a top athlete, for athletes.
Since I've been dealing with some injuries and running less, I decided I would use it for the first time doing my body pump workout.
My initial thoughts after taking the first few sips were 1) wow, that dissolved really quickly! and 2) the flavor was a bit intense for me. The directions call for 1 scoop with 12-16 oz water, taken 15 minutes before the workout. I knocked it down to about 2/3 scoop and I like the flavor SO much better!!
So here are some of the selling points of this product that you should know!:
I can't say that I noticed a huge burst of energy, but it is a sustained energy release. So it tastes good, replaces electrolytes and adds vitamins, etc. without any artificial sweeteners (yuck!). It runs around $50 for a 30 serving container. This will probably last me more like 40-50 servings since I'm using a bit less. It's definitely something I will continue to keep in my arsenal, especially once I'm back actively training for half marathons (and Ragnars!) again soon.
Also, Metcon gives back! Every product purchased provides a meal to a local food bank.
And, here's a little bonus to get you started: Try it for yourself and get 20% off! Use "BibRave" for 20% off a one time purchase.
Hi, I'm Emily! I'm an avid runner in Arizona with a passion for travel and racing around the country!