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Go Macro Gluten Free Macrobar Prolonged Power Banana + Almond Butter -- 12 Bars

Go Macro Gluten Free Macrobar Prolonged Power Banana + Almond Butter
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Go Macro Gluten Free Macrobar Prolonged Power Banana + Almond Butter -- 12 Bars

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Go Macro Gluten Free Macrobar Prolonged Power Banana + Almond Butter Description

  • High Protein
  • USDA Organic • Vegan • Gluten-Free
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Certified Clean & Raw
  • 12x 2.3 oz Bars

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GoMacro believes in feeling good about what we eat. How it tastes, how it's made, and how it sustains the environment. Family owned and based in a small rural community, their wholesome food maintains goodness on all levels. Small in size but big in impact, GoMacro is a big picture company. GoMacro.



Free Of
Gluten, GMOs, animal products.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Bar (65 g)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Fat12 g15%
   Saturated Fat1 g5%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium5 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate35 g13%
   Fiber3 g11%
   Total Sugars12 g
    Includes Added Sugars9 g18%
Protein11 g21%
Vitamin D0 mcg0%
Calcium56 mg4%
Iron1 mg6%
Potassium225 mg4%
Other Ingredients: Organic brown rice syrup, organic almond butter, organic protein blend (organic sprouted brown rice protein, organic pea protein), organic puffed brown rice, organic bananas, organic sunflower seeds, organic walnuts, organic coconut sugar, organic cinnamon, organic natural flavor.
Manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts. May contain nutshell fragments. Contains : almonds, walnuts.
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Use New Gym Equipment With Confidence (Thanks to These Tips!)

The gym can be an intimidating place, especially if you’re new to the equipment. It can feel impossible to understand and use these strange contraptions—and they can easily be used incorrectly, which can lead to injuries. Instead of hurting yourself, or worse, ignoring these valuable tools altogether, use these tips to get to know the equipment that’s new to you.

Woman Leaning How to Use Gym Equipment Practicing on Leg Press Machine |

1. Get your free training session

Your free training session, also referred to as your “new member orientation,” is a great way to learn how to use new gym equipment. The trainer will walk you through the space, explaining what you’re seeing and how to use everything. The best part is, during this session, you’ll likely also get a fitness assessment, allowing the trainer to show you the machines that matter most to your body, needs and goals.

Remember to ask about small items too, not just the large machines. If you don’t know how to use resistance bands or kettlebells, both great fitness tools, ask about those too. That’s what this session is for, so take advantage while you have someone by your side.

If you already have a gym membership, but never took your complimentary session, most gyms will still let you take it. All you have to do is ask and get it scheduled.

2. YouTube it in the gym

With your headphones on, no one knows what you’re listening to—or in this case, watching. If you want to try a new piece of equipment, just search for a YouTube video. Look for someone who’s explaining both the movement itself and the proper form, so you can start with a solid foundation before adding weight.

If you want to get an overview of multiple pieces of equipment at home, before you head to the gym, check out these videos:

3. Start low

If you’ve never used a piece of equipment before, it’s important that you start at a low weight. This is when you’re most likely to get hurt because you’re not familiar with the movement yet—nor are your muscles. In some cases, if you’re new to strength training as a whole, it may even be wise to start with no weight as you master the movement itself.

If you’re not sure that you’re doing it right, ask a trainer to quickly critique your form—they’re often walking around the gym and can help if they’re not with another client. Only when your form is correct should you add more weight.

4. Find a class

There are many classes that introduce you to equipment that you’ve never used before, depending on the gym you belong to. Most large chains offer a wide range of classes, allowing you to pick an choose based on what want to learn. As you’re deciding what classes to take, look for the ones that help you learn new equipment, including:

5. Look for an Orangetheory gym

This specialized, nationwide gym chain is great for someone who’s new to most equipment. As a member, you attend their classes, and every class participant has their own “cubby,” your personal area where you do the workout. The class is split between strength training and cardio, and both give you the opportunity to learn and use new equipment.

In a traditional class, the cardio portion has you moving back and forth between the row machine and treadmill. If you’re new to the rowing machine, this is a great chance to learn it.  

During the strength training session, you’ll find weights, a bench, and TRX cables, among other items, in your workout area. If you’ve never used these items, you can get instructions from the teacher before starting. You can then refer to the video that plays throughout the gym during the workout itself to make sure you’re doing it right from start to finish.

Learn, don’t ignore, that gym equipment

Use these tips to feel more confident with the gym equipment that’s unfamiliar to you. Work with a trainer, learn with YouTube videos, or find specialized classes and gyms so you can learn the movement and proper form. Don’t forget to start with low weight and add only when you know your form is correct—if you move too fast you risk injury, which can keep you out of the gym altogether. Slowly but surely you’ll be able to expand your workouts to include these awesome new tools.

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