FREE Stuff Giveaway: A new hydration system by Body Bottle
Posted Oct 27 2008 5:33am
Introducing runners to new and cool running resources is one of our favorite privileges at Runners’ Lounge. Whether it’s been wine for runners,gifts for runners, race apparel, it’s just exciting to connect runners with running stuff.
The advice you contributed last week has been republished around the Know-How section. Take a minute to read some of last week’s useful and interesting advice.
And the winner came up Diva on how to run further. For her contribution, Diva won a boxed set of cards and a t-shirt from Banana Blossom Press. What a great fit for Diva, who's already inspiring and supportive to the running community. Now, it’s just a matter of time before she's passing along her insights and encouragement in her new cards!
Again, a special thanks to Maria and Laura at Banana Blossom Press for creating and giving away their insightful, humorous, and sassy cards that recognize the milestones and situations that we face every day in our running.
This week's FREE Stuff Giveaway Partner: Body Bottle!
John and his team at Body Bottle have created a comfortable and convenient water bottle system designed for runners who desire a hands-free, pocket-free and backpack-free way to carry liquids.
An alternative to carrying water on your back or waist, the Body Bottle attaches to an arm strap via wide velco pieces designed to minimize “bounceage.” To drink from the Body Bottle, you simply “rip” the Body Bottle off in a single motion without breaking stride. When done hydrating, simply re-attach the Body Bottle to the arm. No precision or effort involved.
To keep you hydrated, Body Bottle is giving away its bottle system to two separate winners. To win, simply contribute this week. All Loungers who contribute to the Giveaway Question between October 27th and November 1st will be eligible to win.
Runners’ Lounge will select and announce the winners on November 3rd.
This week's Giveaway Question:
What are you looking for in a running podcast?
Well as you may have guessed, Runners' Lounge will soon be launching a podcast series. So we want your input. What would you like to see in a podcast?
What gets you jazzed in a running podcast?
How long or short do you like to listen to?
What types of topics, themes, discussions, or formats do you prefer?
What are you looking for? Information? Inspiration? A companion voice?
What's missing in the world of running podcasts?
Even if you don't regularly listen to podcasts—or at all—you still get
the concept, so just tell us what you'd like to listen to. We'll
appreciate your creative suggestions!
Runners' Lounge wants its podcast to be the running community’ podcast, so we’re seeking your suggestions to make it useful and interesting to you.