July 18 2017
What's there to like, love and hate about social media fitness challenges? Runners and health and wellness bloggers weigh in.
“My skin feels so freaking “detoxified” after using this cleanser! It does the job from an acne management standpoint and the charcoal feels like it’s just getting in there and cleaning up the dirt and grease from the day. Plus there’s a travel size available—perfect for busy runners!” —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor
“I don’t know why it’s so hard to find dried fruit without added sugar, but it is. These mangoes are just dried mangoes, nothing added. I love that I can purchase them when I’m at Target versus having to order them online or head to an expensive health specialty store. For those of you who eat Paleo or are in the process of doing Whole 30, these are a perfect go-to snack before or during a long run!” —Dorothy Beal of Mile Posts and #TeamWR contributor
“This relaxed cowl-neck sweatshirt is really cozy and flattering, with a tiny zip pocket for a key or ID. When my cats turn on to the strings, I just pop them inside and it still looks great. The material is heavy enough to be worn alone or over a light top—like after a run!” —Nicki Miller, managing editor
“Being able to extend a blowout with this product has been a lifesaver! I used to avoid blowdrying my hair since I knew it was just going to get sweaty soon, but this product helps make the time spent blowdrying my hair worth it—and I no longer wear my hair in a ponytail 24/7.” —Jess Underhill of Race Pace Jess and #TeamWR contributor
“I bought these leggings to run in, but they are honestly “too nice” and I find myself wearing them out around the town all of the time!” —Sarah Canney of Run Far Girl and #TeamWR contributor