PROBAR Bolt

For many years, nutrition with the words “whole food” or “organic” in the name meant one thing to customers- icky. Like a lot of you, I suffered through the energy bars of the 90’s- choking down one sticky, nasty gem after another. While I’d never admit at the time that it was repulsive, I am genuinely happy that the nutrition industry has advanced far beyond the foil-covered mud of the past.

probar energy chewsEnergy chews, especially, have been given a deliciously organic update with the PROBAR BOLT. 100%vegan and packed with B vitamins, electrolytes and organic superfruit, I was cautiously optimistic as I tried them for the first time. Each of the four choices, (berry blast, orange, raspberry and strawberry) is surprisingly refreshing and full of flavor. That’s part of why it’s so amazing that PROBAR products are not only certified organic, but the company has taken it a step further with their commitment to using non-GMO ingredients as well. This means each product has been through rigorous third-party testing, and is verified non-GMO.

Our box of samples quickly spread among our testers and were met with much enthusiasm. “Best fuel I’ve EVER tasted,” one of our testers commented, and we agree, without hesitation.

For more information about PROBAR products, go to: www.theprobar.com

**Contest!! To celebrate National Get Outdoors Day, we want to hear from you. Go to the TriEdge facebook page and tell us about your favorite memory, made in the great outdoors! TWO WINNERS will get prize packs that include PROBAR and FitSocks, to help with your next adventure. Emailed entries will also be accepted. Contest is open to all US residents, and is void where prohibited. It begins Saturday, June 14th at 3pm and ends Sunday, June 15th at 3pm. Winners will be chosen at random and notified shortly after the contest closes. Good luck!

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About The Author

Jen has been doing triathlon for several years. She is a former bobsled pilot for America Samoa and has a passion for the outdoors; especially winter mountaineering. At home she is wife to a mountain obsessed husband and mother of three girls, but here at EnduranceReview, she is an author, Managing Editor and token chick.