Nothing makes me wish I had more time in the day than trying to incorporate a gym routine into my schedule. By the time you get out of work and make it to a class, it's already nearing 7 p.m.
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Startup makes powder packets intended for energizing workouts and recovering
Alexandra Blodgett first gained a foothold in the fitness scene as co-founder of boutique spinning studio Cyc Fitness. With her latest venture, she’s looking to help make sure people get the most out of their workout.
There’s tons of information on the interwebs about fitness and nutrition, and trying to wade through it can send even the most health-minded among us into a “IDK what I’m doing so I’m just going to eat pizza” tailspin. First off: Don’t go down that road. If you’re confused about what to eat after you work out, Alex Blodgett, co-founder and CMO of just-launched nutrition company Revere, is here to help.
It’s 11:47pm and as we watch the clock tick down to midnight — and Launch Day — it’s a bit surreal to look around at the team still working tirelessly to prepare for the moment that we push go, and unveil Revere to the world. Getting here has been a wild journey, and we’re incredibly proud of what we’ve built. We hope you will love it. Let us tell you how we got here.
Getting the right type of nutrition is essential for maximizing the benefits of exercise — it may triple energy levels going into a workout and enhance recovery two to three-fold which in turn, has major physiologic and metabolic benefits.