I’m so honored and excited to announce that I’ll be representing Cabot Fit Team for another year and running in the Keybank Vermont City Marathon this May. As an avid runner and health fanatic, I love representing Cabot! As a company, their philosophy embodies everything I support. They utilize local farmers for their incredible products. The farmers are small, know their cattle and love what they do. We had a wonderful opportunity to meet one of the farmer’s last year and I still cherish that opportunity. Their cows are named and treated like valuable members of their family – not just a number like in larger, corporate farms.
Cabot also supports bloggers who have a passion for fitness. You can read more about the Cabot Fit Team for 2014 with their press release by clicking here. Last year we ran the Beach to Beacon Race in Maine and I have to admit, that experience, meeting new friends and Olympians, exploring a new state, running an incredible race and experiencing the hospitality of Cabot was one of the most cherished experiences. Along with some returning teammates from last year – we’re excited to add some fresh faces. Can’t wait to meet you all in person!
Kelly from http://www.kellytheculinarian.com
Carissa from http://www.fit2flex.com
Joanne from http://joanne-eatswellwithothers.com
Marlow from http://www.glutenhatesme.com
Nicole from http://www.preventionrd.com
And returning Cabot Fit Teammates:
I hope you get a chance to check out all of these awesome, healthy bloggers and share some love. They are all great inspirations for fitness and clean eating… I’m honored to represent alongside them!
I love training in the winter, admittedly I’m not a fan of running in the heat. I run early mornings – like 5 am because I totally dig the peace and quiet of the world. Yes, I know, some people just don’t get it. I pray, I meditate and I get into my own head and sort things out. Sometimes I just run and don’t think. But there is something quite peaceful when it’s dark… and the hustle and bustle hasn’t quite started yet. Lately due to the horrendous winter we’ve been experiencing, I’ve been relegated to the treadmill at my gym for my runs. I’ve been progressing right along and will continue to blog more about that. Now let the training continue… at least on the treadmill (because winter may never end).
— Knead to Cook