Jessi Morton


WINNING STATS

  • Antelope 50K on 11/04/22
  • 1st Place in female category
  • 9th Overall with 4:38:27
  • 50K in Syracuse, UT

  • 2022 Bigfoot 200 Endurance Run 08/13/22
  • 2nd Place in female category
  • 10th Overall with 76:54:17
  • 200 miles in the Cascade Mountains, WA

What: Antelope 50k

Distance: 50k

Where: Syracuse, Utah

When: 11.4.22

Pre-race: 15 minutes before race she had a Hammer Gel®

During race: Ate another Hammer Gel® after the first 4 miles and every 45 minutes after that. She ate a half of a Raw Protein Hammer Bar® at mile 10 and the second half at mile 17. She also took 2 Endurolytes® capsules and 2 Anti-Fatigue Caps. In the last 10 miles she took one more Hammer Gel®.

Post-race: Drank 2 scoops of chocolate Recoverite® and ran another twenty miles

Stats/time: 1st place within the female category, 9th overall with 4:38:27

What: Bigfoot 200 Endurance Run

Distance: 200 miles

Where: Cascade mountains in Washington

When: 8.13.22

Stats/time: 2nd place within the female category (behind by 1 hour and 9 minutes), 10th place overall with 76:54:17

Jessi’s story:

Fall Classic Antelope 50 k

Pre-race: 15 minutes before race she had a Hammer Gel®

During race: Ate another Hammer Gel® after the first 4 miles and every 45 minutes after that. She ate a half of a Raw Protein Hammer Bar® at mile 10 and the second half at mile 17. She also took 2 Endurolytes® capsules and 2 Anti-Fatigue Caps. In the last 10 miles she took one more Hammer Gel®.

Post-race: Drank 2 scoops of Chocolate Recoverite® and ran another twenty miles at the Grand Canyon.

It started out as a cold, brisk morning. The race started at 8 am. Fifteen minutes before the start, I ate a Hammer Gel®, grabbed my handheld containing Endurolytes Fizz® and headed to the start line.

The race starts out with a long steep climb. Most of the climbing is accomplished in the first 10 miles. I ate another Hammer Gel® at the first aid station, mile 4. My energy level was staying pretty consistent and I fueled with a Hammer Gel® every 45 minutes. I ate half a raw Hammer Bar® at mile 10 and the other half at mile 17. I also took two Endurolytes® capsules and two Anti-Fatigue Caps when my legs started to feel tired and the energy got a little low. The last ten miles had a pretty big headwind and a slight incline all the way to the finish. I took one more Hammer Gel® at the last aid station and hammered to the finish.

What I love about Hammer products is that my gut doesn’t get upset with the gels and the bars digest so quickly. I have tried a lot of electrolyte capsules and I never get the ratio right. I feel amazing on Endurolytes® and they have really helped combat my chronic race nausea. I also love the slight fizz and tame flavor of the Endurolytes Fizz® tablets, which also tame my stomach distress. Finally, I could not compete, train, and recover without Recoverite®. It is hands down the best supplement on the market.

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