The perfect gift for a buddy running the London Marathon

Runner and chocolatier, Carole Armitage has created a range of chocolate products specifically with runners in mind.

Are you looking for that perfect gift for the runner in your life? Well look no further.

We’ve found the ideal gift for anyone running the London Marathon, for Easter or – why not? – just for you: a trainer made entirely of chocolate!

chocolate-trainer

The Celebratory Marathon Trainer is available to purchase here. RRP £35.00

This fantastic creation sits on a plaque that you can even personalise with a runner’s bib id! To make it extra special for your loved one.

Chocolatier and dedicated runner, Carole Armitage has created a fantastic range of chocolate products specifically with runners in mind.

Carole stated, “I’m now bringing my passion for quality chocolate, full of nutritional benefits and mood enhancing goodness, to those who want to take a more mindful and natural approach to their fitness and overall wellbeing.”

Not only do her creations look the part but the premium quality chocolate used, 80 Noir Ultra is full of nutritional and mood enhancing ingredients to help fuel your marathon training. She uses natural ingredients such as ginger, Brazil nuts, cinnamon and chilli to help aid muscle recovery, boost energy levels and soothe stress.

She added, “Struggling with low blood sugar levels as a child, chocolate became one of my five-a-day. Nowadays it enhances my running and fitness performance, and helps me nurture my mind when the going gets tough.”

Vegan? No problem all of Carole’s products use decadently dark chocolate and are 100% vegan-friendly. They deliver a smooth, rich taste with low sugar content and no bitterness.

Carole is working hard to dispel ‘health misconceptions’ and wants to prove that good quality chocolate can be eaten daily alongside a balanced healthy plan to improve training, recovery and mental wellbeing. Now that is something we can definitely get on board with!

Want to boost your energy? Shop the range here.


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