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Julie Bishop | EliteOps Energy Strips Eliminate Fatigue

Elite Ops has become a staple of my Triathlon races that are Olympic distance to Ironman distance. I reward myself with a strip on the last part of my run to kick it in and win!

Julie Bishop
Ironman Competitor

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“No joke this stuff works! I wake up early everyday and go to bed late. Family, work, fishing always gotta be on my game and with Elite Ops it is possible.”

Troy Christman
Professional Sports Fisherman

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Matt "The Bear" Novakovich | EliteOps Energy Strips

“I’ve been using Elite Ops Energy Strips for over a year now. I have never found a delivery system more efficient and lighter to carry than Elite Ops. It is now an integral part of my racing.”

Matt "The Bear" Novakovich
2013 Virginia Spartan Super Winner & Camp Yancy Athlete

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Here is another real-life story that you couldn’t make up if you tried.Yesterday morning was one of THOSE DAYS.  You know, the type of day where you wake up and tell yourself the day can only get better, even though you know it’s not going to get any better.
Subbing at a preschool comes with certain inherent (but expected) challenges.  You know your patience is going to be tested to the point of snapping.  You know you’re going to get asked that one question where, if you answer it honestly you’ll never be asked to teach again and you kind of like being able to buy food and wine.  You know that no matter how much energy you come to school with, by lunch time those kids have you drained.  And, by the end of the day, you know you’re going to need wine.Yesterday, as I said, was one of THOSE DAYS.  On top of all the regular preschool challenges, one of my students showed up with her pet guinea pig, completely unexpected and without permission.  Guinea pigs are cute, in a plush stuffed animal kind of way.  You can’t undo cute once you’ve let it into the classroom.  And, despite my insistence that we do not open the cage to play with the animal, guess what happened?  Here’s the other thing about guinea pigs, they are cute to preschoolers when they are in their cage doing cute guinea pig type things.  Let those bad boys out in a roomful of preschoolers and you’d have thought it was a Velociraptor from Jurassic Park.  So there I was, crawling along the ground trying to save a roomful of screaming 3-year olds from what, based on the level of screaming, could only be the world’s first carnivorous guinea pig (they eat plants and fruits, look it up). After capturing the animal and regaining my will to live, I desperately needed an #EliteOpsEnergyStrip to power me back up so I could finish the day.  Thank goodness for small miracles, and I’m talking about those little silver packages of caffeinated goodness, not those precious 3-year old little people with no filter and no attention span.#TalesFromTheClassroom #EliminateExcuses #CarnivorousGuineaPig #PowerToHelpTeachersGetThroughTheirDay #ITeachSoTeachersCanTakeADayOff
Here is another real-life story that you couldn’t make up if you tried.Yesterday morning was one of THOSE DAYS. You know, the type of day where you wake up and tell yourself the day can only get better, even though you know it’s not going to get any better. Subbing at a preschool comes with certain inherent (but expected) challenges. You know your patience is going to be tested to the point of snapping. You know you’re going to get asked that one question where, if you answer it honestly you’ll never be asked to teach again and you kind of like being able to buy food and wine. You know that no matter how much energy you come to school with, by lunch time those kids have you drained. And, by the end of the day, you know you’re going to need wine.Yesterday, as I said, was one of THOSE DAYS. On top of all the regular preschool challenges, one of my students showed up with her pet guinea pig, completely unexpected and without permission. Guinea pigs are cute, in a plush stuffed animal kind of way. You can’t undo cute once you’ve let it into the classroom. And, despite my insistence that we do not open the cage to play with the animal, guess what happened? Here’s the other thing about guinea pigs, they are cute to preschoolers when they are in their cage doing cute guinea pig type things. Let those bad boys out in a roomful of preschoolers and you’d have thought it was a Velociraptor from Jurassic Park. So there I was, crawling along the ground trying to save a roomful of screaming 3-year olds from what, based on the level of screaming, could only be the world’s first carnivorous guinea pig (they eat plants and fruits, look it up). After capturing the animal and regaining my will to live, I desperately needed an #EliteOpsEnergyStrip to power me back up so I could finish the day. Thank goodness for small miracles, and I’m talking about those little silver packages of caffeinated goodness, not those precious 3-year old little people with no filter and no attention span.#TalesFromTheClassroom #EliminateExcuses #CarnivorousGuineaPig #PowerToHelpTeachersGetThroughTheirDay #ITeachSoTeachersCanTakeADayOff

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