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Staying Hydrated During Marathon Training

Staying Hydrated During Marathon Training

It’s officially summer, and temperatures are rising. This weekend, I move to Brooklyn. Next weekend, I begin training for the New York City Marathon. I’ve been working with Matt Wilpers to finalize my training plan. While I’ll be training at the hottest time of year, I’ve been focusing on hydration more than usual. It’s the perfect time to introduce my partnership with Propel. New Yorkers, keep reading for how you can get involved!

Staying Hydrated While Marathon Training

Every time I tell a friend that I’m working with Propel this summer, they tell me about how they were hooked on the unflavored water when it was in the old blue bottle. In April, Propel launched 9 flavors, both bottled and in powder packs, that are enhanced with electrolytes. At zero calories, Propel Electrolyte Water, is the only national enhanced water with enough electrolytes to replace what is lost in sweat (210mg of sodium in 12oz). And you better believe I’ll be sweating all summer. It’s recommended that runners hydrate every 15-20 minutes while training.

To kick off our partnership, Propel asked me to take a “What’s Your Flavor?” quiz to find out which propel flavor fits my workout personality. I got Berry. To show off my flavor, Propel surprised me with a pair of Nike ID shoes (see below) in blue, purple, and yellow! You know I love my neons. Kiwi Strawberry is my second favorite flavor.

Staying Hydrated During Marathon Training Staying Hydrated During Marathon Training

Propel invited me to participate in two exciting events in July. First, I’ll be traveling to LA for IDEA World Fitness BlogFest with a group of bloggers. We’ll be attending events and workouts with the Propel team. In late July, New Yorkers can join me at the Co:Lab, a weekend of free fitness classes with top studios. I’ll be sharing more details about this event in the coming weeks!

Staying Hydrated During Marathon Training Staying Hydrated During Marathon Training

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Propel. All opinions are 100% mine.

Photography by Nick A. Urteaga

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2 Comments

  • Reply Carol Seely

    Evann, I love your blog today! The shoes are so cool! You are so talented and I am so proud of you!

    June 25, 2016 at 3:46 pm
    • Reply Evann Clingan

      Thank you, Aunt Carol! Miss you :)

      July 15, 2016 at 12:04 pm

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