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we bet you know your empty nuun tubes are recyclable, but repurposing the empties is even better! they're waterproof, sweatproof, and perfectly portable. and when you drink as much nuun as we do, you come up with ways to reuse your empties. here are 9 of our favorites!Read More
This is not a drill! Repeat, this is not a drill! Applications for our 2017 ambassador program are officially open!Read More
we believe in pounding the pavement, in living life behind our handlebars, and in pushing our limits. we've never enjoyed standing in a queue. if it's not for a start line, what's the point?
that's why this friday, we're closing our office, skipping the lines, and headed outside.
Don’t sell yourself short, compete clean!
Last month, I spent an inspiring few days up in the mountains of Whistler at a retreat led by the soulful athletes at Lululemon. The challenge at this retreat was less about the 12-mile mountain trail runs and more about self reflection and personal purpose. The challenge was clear: ‘we are going to have some big talk conversations versus the safe and boring small talk’.
Coming out of this retreat, I realized that we must start having the ‘big talk’ around competing clean in sport. We hold up a few doping (cheating) scapegoats that have been caught to demonstrate that we believe it is unacceptable. But have we really stepped back to think about why doping is bad? And why competing clean is the correct choice for our competition, for ourselves, and for the true spirit of sport? Just as important, what actions are we taking to create positive change? Clean sport an important initiative, both for me personally and for the industry at large. Here’s why.
guest blog by Tyler Andrews
nuun ELITE athlete
On August 2nd, I perched on a small boulder some twelve-thousand feet up in the Andes and dipped my barefoot feet into a frigid glacial stream. Paul and Scott - two of my college interns helping me lead my group of high-schoolers through the mountains - joined in for the makeshift ice-bath. Unlike the previous seven weeks, our legs weren’t sore from daily running. No, in stark contrast to the previous seven weeks, we hadn’t run at all that day. We were now encircled by snow-capped mountains, en route to Machu Picchu.
Hey there nuuniverse! My name is Jonny and I live in Toronto, the capitol of Ontario and Canada’s largest city. Well-known as a melting pot where cultures blend to make one amazing city, Toronto has no shortage of great places to get out and get active. To cover them all, I would need a whole book, but these are a few of my favorites.Read More
We're continuing our tour of our favorite cities by heading east to Boston. Jay here, Nuun's local sales guru, to share my favorite spots to run, bike, swim, and work up an appetite. Boston is known for it’s history, it’s hospitals and universities, it’s great seafood, and oh yeah.. it’s wicked passionate sports fans. (No trip to Boston is complete without visiting Fenway - GO SOX!) It’s also home to one of the oldest annual and best-known road races in the world, The Boston Marathon.
The city itself has a huge active community, and attracts athletes all over the world to come and visit the city. Whether you're in town for the marathon or just here to check out what Boston has to offer, these are a few of the many, many spots that you can get that workout in while you’re here.
A few months back, you took the plunge and registered for your first marathon. You've been training hard all summer, and now race day is fast approaching. You're excited, but nerves are starting to set in. Take a deep breath and trust your training. You're ready for this.
Follow these do's and don'ts, and you're sure to have a memorable first 26.2!
The Big Apple is well known for the amazing cultural experiences it offers, but that doesn't mean you can't get your sweat on too! Stephen & Matt, our local spreaders of #nuunlove, are here to share all the best spots in Manhattan & Long Island to work up a sweat. If you're looking to...Read More
Welcome to the hub of the Southeast! We're your local tour guides, Amanda & Laura, and we love our city. Atlanta tends to get a bad rap for being a big city where people spend more time in their cars rather than enjoying the outdoors, but we know that couldn’t be further from the truth. Whether you love to pound the pavement or hit the trails – this southern gem has something for everyone.Read More