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Are you looking for the perfect nutrition fuel for your endurance training?
You should try Kona Kase!
I was recently approached by Kona Kase, and they asked if I would like to try a box. Well, honestly I had never heard of it. I think I was approached because I was tweeting about trying to find the right fuel for my long runs. I am training for The Lady's Speedstick Women's Half marathon in 9 days!!! (Holy cow, 9 days!!! Yikes!!!)
Anyway, I had never heard of it. Kona Kase. It is a brand new company that allows month subscribers to receive 8-10 endurance nutrition samples for just $15 a month. For the next 3 days, Kona Kase is offering 50% off your first Kase (ships on Nov. 15) Type in the code: KKNOV The box varies from month to month allowing for a chance to try a wide variety of products. You can see if the products work, and even better, you can taste them without having to commit to purchasing and possibly wasting a money.
I was really impressed with what was in the package. If I were to buy these individually, I would have spent a lot more money. And I love the chance to try new things. I tried the Sharkies for my run on Sunday. They were pretty good. I ate half the bag before my run and finished it during the run. It was great! I felt good!
It costs $15 a month. It seems to me that if you are an endurance athlete, this would be a great thing for you. It will help you find your perfect nutrition. It will also let you try new things so that you don't get stuck in a rut with the same old stuff. You can cancel your Kona Kase anytime with no penalty. This is perfect for anyone who likes getting packages and is willing to spend $15 a month!
Disclaimer: I received Kona Kase free of charge. The opinions stated here are entirely my own.
I've been hearing so much about kona cases!! I totally need to set myself up with one of those!!! Spa <3ReplyDelete
This is a great time to try with the discount. :)Delete
I tweeted for you! (@hriacobacci)ReplyDelete
Can't wait till women's half!ReplyDelete
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