Looking for a great new fuel source for your workouts? Ready to break away from boring and expensive power bars and gels? Willing to give a truly eco-friendly energy snack a chance?
Well, my friends, look no further than bugs. Not just any bugs! We’re talking Bugz: The Ultimate Eco-Fuel.
Bugz are easy to ingest while on a run, saving you time and energy spent fiddling with a packet: you just open your mouth and in they go! It’s an effortless way to get fuel into you, with no annoying package to try and dispose of and no sticky fingers to deal with. In fact, Bugz are the number one fuel choice for lazy runners!
Hate the taste of sugary fuel gels? Not into chewing as you run? Does Gatorade make you want to barf? Bugz are the answer. They are made of 100% non-adulterated protein and are almost tasteless and completely odorless, with no gross sticky texture and ZERO aftertaste. Available in mosquito and gnat variety, there’s a size and kind of Bugz to fit your every fitness energy need!
And did you know that Bugz are cheap? Free, in fact—so you can use more of your hard-earned cash on fitness gear and recovery drinks! They’re also plentiful and available everywhere, so you don’t need to remember to pack your Bugz when you head off for a workout.
Bugz are also the ultimate in natural, organic protein. And if they’re good enough for spiders, Bugz are good enough for you.
Give in to the buzz and swat your inhibitions away! Try Bugz: the Ultimate Eco-Fuel.
(The fine print: Talk to your personal trainer and your doctor before using Bugz. Bugz may stick to sweat. Do not inhale Bugz. Shower vigorously after using Bugz. Some Bugz may cause dengue fever. If you experience nausea, vomiting, body aches, fever, or generalized itching, stop ingesting Bugz immediately and consult your doctor. Some users experience a feeling of general grossness with this product; this feeling may go away with continued use. Avoid kissing small children and significant others after ingesting bugs. You may not be able to use Bugz while wearing insect repellent. If you cannot afford Bugz, Tropical Wildlife and Weather Inc. may be able to help).
(This post was sponsored by Bugz.)
(This post was also brought to you by the buggiest run of my life: 2.1 miles of bug-ingesting speed. Was I faster because I didn’t want to eat the bugs (and therefore hustled hard to get out of the buggy outdoors), or because I actually ate Bugz? You be the judge of that.)