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Here's another one of my favorite tasty, vegan soups that you can whip up over the weekend and enjoy all week! Best part? You can have it as a side dish, or add some rice noodles or sushi rice as the base for a more complete meal.Read More
Fartlek. That's fun to say!
For those who have never incorporated fartleks into your training, it's a style of speedwork that is designed to be flexible. they're unlike traditional track workouts where you run hard for a set distance then rest. Often, runners will sprint to a visible landmark, then rest, then pick another landmark and sprint. It's a great way to prepare for race day, when uneven terrain, bottlenecks, and competitors surging around you can lead to variations in pace.
'‘Beat your own best!’' are words to live by here at nuun. We are continually striving to push our boundaries and limitations in an effort to accomplish big, hairy, audacious goals. For someone, that might mean finally crushing your PR and finally getting that BQ. For another it might be overcoming your swimming fears and completing your first triathlon. For me? I decided to attempt two new distances within a year; a full Ironman and a 50K. Two things I thought I could/would never do. I finished my first half Ironman thinking, “Yup, I would never be able to double that.” I crawled across the line of my first marathon thinking, “I will never run further than this… ever!” Turns out, I was thinking too much about how I wouldn’t, not that I actually couldn’t, do those things.
So, the challenge was on! I was going to prove to myself that I had the dedication to push and train for two distances I thought I couldn’t do. Last year, I completed an Ironman and a 50K within 2 months of each other. AND since it was such an eye opening experience for me, I thought I would share a few tips, tricks and reasons why I think you can, and should, step up your game and go the distance as well!
nuun tubes aren't just portable and waterproof, they're also recyclable! your empty tubes can be recycled at any facility that accepts #5 plastics. don't have a facility near you? don't worry! now through the end of march, you can collect your empty tubes and send them to us! we'll make sure they're recycled properly.Read More
A perfect marriage between a greyhound and a margarita, the Paloma is a bubbly and uplifting citrus cocktail. I love how refreshing it tastes – and think it would make a perfect post-run pick-me-up as a nuuntini!Read More
The rainy season is officially back in Seattle, so it's the perfect time to enjoy a hot bowl of soup. This recipe is easy to make, vegetarian, and sure to satisfy the whole family.Read More
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
Growing up, I was someone who hated running. I would run to stay in shape for soccer, but I didn't enjoy a single minute of it. If I wasn't chasing a ball, what was the point? That's probably why just last winter, you could hear me saying I'd never run a half. But somewhere along the way, in between following all your adventures on instagram and my best friend swearing it'd be fun, I decided I'd sign up for a half marathon. I figured if I'm actually going to do this, I might as well pick a fun course. So this past Sunday, I ran my first ever half as part of RunDisney's Rebel Challenge. It took literal blood, sweat, and tears, but I crossed that finish line prouder than I've ever been. Added bonus: I learned a lot along the way.Read More
This is a very easy meal to make on a busy night. Chow mien noodles (which you can find in specialty grocery stores) cook in less than 5 minutes. And the sauce can be whipped up with house-hold pantry items. Then, just throw in the kitchen sink in terms of veggies!Read More
2017 is going to be the year we break up with our snooze button! no more saying "just five more minutes," and no more rushing to fit in some miles because we slept in. it takes practice to become a habit, so as added motivation this week, we're going to move at least 17 minutes every morning. why'd we pick an odd number like 17? because it's 2017. (and we may have already eaten 17 tabs this year. leg cramps are no joke!)
and we're challenging you to do it with us!