Hammer Nutrition

I use products from Hammer Nutrition in training and races (half, full and ultra marathon distances). I became a brand ambassador for the company after using their products and loving the results. If you want 15% off your first order, use REFERRAL CODE at check-out 258418


How i hammer

For marathons I use Hammer Gels (Nocciola and PB Chocolate are my personal favorite). I also use Hammer Heed for my energy drink. Or the Endurolyte Fizz depending on what the weather is like. I take Endurolytes a couple times during the race, again depending on what the weather is like. This will help prevent my calves from cramping and keeps my electrolytes balanced. 

I also love their Anti-Fatigue Caps. I take them in longer distance races, like marathons or ultra. These are the perfect thing to help prevent muscle cramps and it counteracts fatigue. 


I use Tissue Rejuvenator daily for its anti-inflammatory properties and joint protection. It has glucosamine sulfate and turmeric. Here's what Hammer said:

"Turmeric, one of the components in Tissue Rejuvenator, in addition to being a powerful anti-inflammatory, is also a well-known antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic agent.

If you're injured and can't wait to get back into action, or if you're trying to prevent joint and tissue injuries, add Tissue Rejuvenator to your order list. It's a powerful, dual-purpose product, supplying your body with nutrients that provide the raw materials it needs to promote rapid tissue repair, while also helping to reduce inflammation, soreness, and pain-without requiring you to over-rely on NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug). Remember, as with all our products, Tissue Rejuvenator, the combined rebuild-relieve joint product, is fully guaranteed. If it doesn't work for you, you get a full refund. Period."




While I'm training for a race, I use products like Recoverite. I take Recoverite right after I finish my runs.

 I use Clear Day to help with allergy relief since I have terrible year-round allergies, that are made worse when I'm outside running.