Whether you’re a runner, biker, baller, shot caller, or any athlete, you should check out PowerBar Energy bites.
I always tell the little lady, I like to wait several hours to run after I eat. But, when I saw a box of PowerBar Energy Bites on sale at my local Big Lots, I thought I’d give them a try.
Depending on how much you weigh, you are supposed to eat several Energy Bites, 30 to 60 minutes before working out or playing sports. Packed with PowerBar’s C2 MAX Energy Blend, the bites are designed to give you the energy you need to perform your best. If you are doing some extended activities like a marathon or hiking up a mountain, you can also have a few mid workout to help refuel your body.
The PowerBar Energy Bites come in two different flavors. Chocolate and Oatmeal Raisin. I was able to try the Chocolate, and I really liked the taste. The oats in them add a nice texture.. Being a huge chocolate fan, having a good tasting energy snack is pretty nice. I am not a fan of chewing something that tastes, and has the consistency of cardboard.
While I like the PowerBar Energy Bites, they are a little chewy. I have a slight case of TMJ, so I was slightly cautious when eating them. I am not saying they are hard to chew, but if I were to try to pop a whole one in my mouth at once, I could cause some issues for my jaw.
You can find Power Bar energy bites in stores, in single packs at stores nationwide, or pick up a box directly from Power Bar’s Website. Luckily for me, I was able to pick up a box at my local Big Lots for just a fraction of the price. And I found them to be nice snack before going out on a run.
Does anyone really know what TMJ stands for? I know I have it, but I have no clue what it really stands for. I think it stands for “Too Much Jaw Action,” but I am most likely wrong. Oh well.