Mtn Ops Yeti

Mtn Ops Yeti

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If you are a hunter and you haven't heard of mtn ops, you must be living under a rock. Between making an awesome product and having marketing geniuses taking social media by storm, Mtn Ops has quickly become one of the hottest brands in the outdoor industry. 

 

Before I give my option on this product I think we should acknowledge the obvious fact that I am no Cam Hanes, Aron Snyder or Zac Griffith. I also should point out I am in no way affiliated with the guys at Mtn ops. I am however a guy who has worked out pretty regularly for the last 12 years or so. Over the years I have been everything from 175 pounds and skinny as a rail, all the way up to 240 pounds of fairly lean muscle. I have also taken my fair share of pre workout supplements. In the last couple of years my fitness has fallen off mostly due to an awful diet and having twins. 

 

I ordered my first jug of yeti while preparing for a moose hunt in Bristish Colombia, partially because I was sick of my current pre workout supplement and also because of one of the bad ass giveaways Mtn ops was having. Every pre workout supplement I had tried in the past always seemed to have something wrong with them. Weather it was upsetting my stomach, making my face and skin itch, making my heart feel like it was going to explode doing cardio or giving me a huge rush followed by a bigger crash I was beginning to give up on pre workout supplements. 

 

From the first time I tried Yeti I could tell it was different. I was waiting for one of the side effects to kick in, but it never happened. The morning took my first scoop, I lifted weights and then ran 2.5 miles and felt great. There was never the crash that most energy drinks and pre workouts would give me. I went to work and felt great the whole day. 

 

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When I left for my moose hunt I knew I needed to take something with me to get me through the long hard days on the mountain. I went to the grocery store and bought some small snack size zip lock baggies, and in each baggie I put two scoops of yeti, two ascent and two blaze capsules. These baggies don't take up much room and work great for carrying in your pack. I took one Baggie for each day of my hunt plus a few extra for travel days. The morning I killed my bull we decided to hike into a lake about 3-3.5 miles from camp. My nalgene full of yeti kept me energized and alert all day. I killed my bull with only minutes left of light after a long 12 hour day of hiking and hunting.

 

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Mtn Ops isn't just for guys moving weight in the gym. They make amazing products that are just as beneficial on the side of the mountain as they are in the gym. Go check them out at www.getmtnops.com

 

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