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November 25, 2015

Staying Balanced During the Holiday Season

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The days are growing shorter, the snow is beginning to fall, and the holiday season is upon us.

Wintertime usually brings less activity, more socializing, and a lot more food. From Thanksgiving dinner to drinks and hors d’oeuvres at holiday parties to comfort foods on chilly days, it can be easy to over-indulge and neglect training during this time of year.

We’re all about enjoying this season and everything that comes with it, but we also know you’ve worked really hard to improve your health and fitness over the past 11 months and we don’t want you to lose all the progress you’ve gained.

So read on for tips on staying balanced during the holiday season, brought to you by NuAquos – the official sports drink of Savage Race.

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August 27, 2015

Beat the Summer Heat & Hydrate!

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It’s the end of August and in most parts of the US summer is still in full swing. 95 degrees (feels like 105) with 100% humidity? Yep, that’s us at Savage Race HQ in Orlando, Florida!

Training through the hot summer months can be challenging, but it can also help prepare you to crush your next mud run. The physical and mental endurance required to push through uncomfortable summer conditions will make you stronger on the race course, but it’s also critically important to take care of your body when exercising in hot, humid conditions.

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July 2, 2015

Two Deliciously Simple 4th of July Picnic Recipes to Boost Your Hydration & Performance

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Ahhhh… ripe, juicy, slightly-sweet and oh-so-refreshing watermelon.

The delighted laughter of kids playing in the sprinklers. The smell of burgers on the BBQ grill. The setting sun and the boom and crackle of fireworks in the sky.

Happy 4th of July!

As you enjoy this Independence Day weekend with your friends and family, we want to give you two simple recipes that will help keep you hydrated during the heat of the summer.

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