Thursday, October 21, 2010
Elevate Me Bar Giveaway
I have known the owners of Elevate Me (gluten free) Energy Bars for quite some time now. I used to personal train them back when I worked for Innovative Fitness. At the time, Earl was a very fit individual (he still is) and his wife Trish, was very pregnant. Training them both at the same time was a challenge. I developed a solid relationship with these 2 and am proud to be an athlete ambassador for their amazing product (they still use mom's original recipe!).
These bars are are not only extremal delicious, they are very healthy. Most of them have as little as 5 ingredients and all of them are natural. Here is the ingredient list in their all-fruit original bar- whey protein isolate, dates, organic raisins, almonds, apples, cranberries (cranberries, cane sugar, sunflower), papaya (papaya, calcium, citric acid), mango. As I mentioned above, the bar is Gluten free, which is perfect for those who suffer from an intolerance. The bar is conveniently sectioned off into 3 pieces, so you can just grab whatever you feel like and keep the rest for later. Keep them in your car or purse because they make a great snack on the go or fuel pre and post workout. Each bar packs 24% protein (appox 16g), so it acts as a great meal replacement (or recovery product) if you have no time to eat anything.
I asked them if I could give away a box of bars to one lucky reader and they said YES!
Here's the deal: Go to the Elevate Me website. The first person to tell me which Olympic Gold Medalist fuels themselves with Elevate me Energy Bars, wins a box of their new flavor (strawberry apple pie). Just leave a comment with your answer. The first person to get it right, win's the box!
For everyone else, Elevate me is kindly offering a 20% discount specifically to you guys until Nov 1st. To order, go to their website and go to 'buy online'. Put in the promo code 'elevatemerules' to receive the discount.
Try them out for yourself and let me know what you think. I promise you will not be disappointed and if you are, I'll personally buy them off of you. If you think you might want to try one out before you buy, you can get them down at North Shore Athletics as well as most health food (specialty and whole foods) and grocery stores (Queensdale, save-on).
I got my butt kicked at my kettle bell class this morning. However, I showed those push-ups whose boss.
See you in the trails.