Keep Your Resolutions with Pure Protein

We’re about wrapping up the first month of 2017, which means this is usually the time your well-intentioned New Year’s Resolutions are either well on the road to becoming established habits … or have already been banished to that limbo of “things I’m gonna get to one of these days.”

If you’re like many people, there’s a good chance one of your resolutions is fitness based. Maybe (assuming the content of this site) it’s a number of trails or days spent hiking related resolution?

After a good, long hike, the most important things you can do to make sure you repair some of those muscle fibers (and prevent some unwanted stiffness the next day) is to stretch and to make sure you’re giving your body the fuel it needs to repair itself.

Our friends at Pure Protein are doing some good work in helping you out with the “maintain those resolutions” game with their current “Keep On Track in the New Year” with Adam Rosante online sweepstakes. Throughout the end of February, you can head to the Keep on Track in the New Year web site for a new, free video workout routine each week. The program is designed to help you keep up with your new 2017 fitness routine while also giving you the chance to win some great fitness related prizes, including year-long gym memberships!

While you’re keeping on track (and entering the sweepstakes), you can also help your body recover after a long day at the gym or on the trail with some Pure Protein bars or powders. The bars have 19-21 grams of protein each, with 6 grams of sugar or less, while the Pure Protein Whey Powder delivers 25 grams of lean protein per scoop, perfect for your morning smoothie or a tasty treat once you get home and clean off all that trail dust.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pure Protein. All opinions are my own.

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