Hey everyone! Hope you all had a great, active weekend! (A little late I know, but this week has been flying by for me.) I spent the weekend training for the new Nike Store opening on Union Street in San Francisco. The new store will open in 2 weeks, and I’m super excited to be partnering with them for all of the festivities! Were hoping to make a huge impact when bringing Nike to the Marina, including many NTC (Nike training club) workouts, run clubs, and they will also have many fun events going on in the store. More to come soon!
(The trainers kicked our butts during an NTC workout!)
I also spent Saturday hanging with my family and wanted to share this tuna recipe my mom came up with. I’m usually not a huge fan of tuna, I find it pretty boring. But I am hooked with her new concoction. Its actually super easy, just mix all of the ingredients in a bowl and enjoy. 🙂
- red peppers
- garbanzo beans
- feta cheese
- olive oil
- lemon juice
So delish, I even packed it again for lunch with my fave veggie at the moment, green beans. 🙂
On another note, I want to thank the PowerICE team for sending me some samples to try! Have you heard of PowerICE? I actually havent until they reached out to me. They are delicious flavored frozen electrolyte bars, perfect for post run recovery. We have had some hot days here in SF and they hit the spot after one of my long runs.
“Staying hydrated begins before athletic activity begins and continues throughout the exercise. Importantly, hydration must also persist once you are done with your activity. The electrolytes in each PowerICE bar help the body replenish essential nutrients like sodium and potassium. And its frozen state means each PowerICE bar can actually lower your core body temperature, keeping you cool before, during and after your activity.”
Here is some nutritional info:
Thank you PowerICE team!