Amazing Grass Green Super-foods Review
Mar19

Amazing Grass Green Super-foods Review

Bottom Line: Amazing Grass makes clean, well made, high quality products for those looking to add more nutrition into their daily life in a convenient way. Everything is organic, vegan, gluten-free, Non-GMO and chock full of greens, super-foods and whole foods. This is a simple way to add a punch of nutrition and energy to your day. Observation: I am going to focus on the Amazing Grass Green Superfood as they are the product that I...

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Good To-Go Dehydrated Meals Review
Jun06

Good To-Go Dehydrated Meals Review

Bottom Line: Good To-Go makes healthy, gourmet, back-country, boil-in-a-bag dehydrated meals. That’s right, you read that correctly, healthy and gourmet, restaurant quality food that you can take with you adventuring. Created by a chef who wanted good for you, good tasting food while enjoying the outdoors. There is nothing better than being able to look forward to food after a day out in the mountains and I can truthfully say that...

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Hornby Island Energy Bars Review
Dec13

Hornby Island Energy Bars Review

Delicious, natural and healthy snacks for mountain adventures is something we are always on the lookout for. Long days in the mountains require a lot of calories and what you’re eating has to taste good to encourage you to keep eating. We have recently discovered the deliciousness of Hornby Island Energy Bars and need to let you know that this may just be your new favourite snack bar for adventures! They are made with simple natural...

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UPrise Performance – Hawaiian Trail Running Retreat
Feb12

UPrise Performance – Hawaiian Trail Running Retreat

“I am so honoured to be part of your journey.” These are the words I heard from lead coach Paul Romero as we traversed our way through the Waipio Valley trails on my third day in Hawaii. Up and down along a narrow trail that weaved it’s way through the tropical jungle forest. The clouds were closing in and you could feel a mist that was threatening a downpour. Even though our group of nine women, oppressed by the humid heat,...

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10 Things My First Ultra Taught Me
Nov09

10 Things My First Ultra Taught Me

Technically anything over the marathon distance of 42.2 km (26.2 miles) is classified as an ultra distance. With this in mind it means I officially ran my first ultra trail race in August 2013, when I ran the Squamish 50 50 km (31 miles) trail race. However, it wasn’t until I decided to run my first 80 km (50 mile) trail race that it actually felt like I was entering the ultra arena. This felt monumental and to be honest a...

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