Sweaty Betty

Sweaty Betty

My new favourite quote is now on a bag, “The cure for everything is salt water – sweat, tears or the sea.” Being a keen sailor for years, I can abide to the healing properties of salt water, more recently with being a gym bunny, sweat really does cure all. You never regret a bad workout, in the sense that you did more than just sit at home.

On Friday night, I went along to Sweaty Betty for a nutrition talk. Admittedly, I did not pay the most attention in lectures at uni, but somehow for this talk, I wrote about 4 pages! My love of baking will never fade, but I am definitely trying to understand food a bit more and what to put in specifically for exercise.

We were treated to drinks from Juice Warrior, a local Glasgow juice press company. I had a Pina-Kale-Ada which was fab. Normally Kale can be quite overpowering, but this juice was really refreshing.

Sweaty Betty, Juice Warriors, Healthy Nibbles

The Sweaty Betty store is my dream workout wardrobe. Loads of colour, from pastels to neons and all the patterns in between.

Sweaty Betty, Juice Warriors, Healthy Nibbles

Sweaty Betty, Juice Warriors, Healthy Nibbles

We also got a huge selection of snacks from Healthy Nibbles. The bag was full to the brim!

Sweaty Betty, Juice Warriors, Healthy Nibbles

I love the idea of free fitness classes, will definitely be trying yoga post work.

Sweaty Betty, Juice Warriors, Healthy Nibbles

Sweaty Betty, Juice Warriors, Healthy Nibbles

Sweaty Betty, Healthy Nibbles, Juice Warriors

Nudie Snacks, Propercorn, Alibi Health Drink, Virtue Ice Tea
Oloves, Eat Real Hummus Chips, Chai Mylk, Itsu Crispy Seaweed Things
Pana Chocolate

I have already eaten the hummus chips and can safely say I am a convert. Not that it needed much persuasion as hummus is my number one favourite food, specifically the Eat and Drink hummus!