I’m sure we can all agree that exercise can be really tedious. It’s hard to find fitness routines that we enjoy and sometimes we end up sticking to the same machines, which can’t be any good. Fitness guru Chiara Pellegrino believes that we should get outside once in a while and try exercising in fresh air. There are so many different ways of exercising outdoors – from kayaking to rock climbing – and it doesn’t matter what age or level of fitness you are. Chiara believes that
Age is irrelevant when it comes to trying different exercises. I can assure you that I can find it just as uninspiring being at the gym sometimes and that’s why I am constantly looking for new classes and exercises which are slightly more adventurous.
It’s so much easier to stick to an exercise routine when you find something which you enjoy. Trying something new and stepping outside of your comfort zone is a great way to feel good and be inspired. When you’re active, endorphins are released and you feel fantastic! As such, I’m delighted to have teamed up with Off The Eaten Path – and we’re very much looking forward to encouraging the nation to get active and discover their adventurous self.
Off The Eaten Path is a new range of healthy snacks that are made with real vegetables. It was created for free spirits and adventurers alike, and is perfect for anyone who wants to try something a bit different. They are made from wholesome ingredients such as rice and green peas, and then seasoned with sea salt, sour cream and cracked black pepper, or caramelised onion and balsamic vinegar. Flavours include the following:
- Sea Salt Crispy Rice & Pea Chips
- Sour Cream and Cracked Black Pepper Crispy Rice & Pea Chips
- Sea Salt Crunchy Pea & Pinto Bean Sticks
- Caramelised Onion and Balsamic Vinegar Crunchy Pea & Pinto Bean Sticks
I was kindly sent the Crunch Pea & Pinto Bean Sticks with Caramelised Onion & Balsamic Vinegar, and let me tell you, they are absolutely delicious! They are not too salty and have just the right amount of crunch. They’re so moreish too! I’d say that the Pea & Pinto Bean Sticks are ideal for munching away at during work or between lectures, and they’d make a great addition to picnics and dinner parties. The packaging is beautiful too and really reflects the countryside, which is what Off The Eaten Path is all about.
If you want to find more about Off The Beaten Path, head over to their website. You can find the snacks in Sainsbury’s, WHSmith and Ocado, as well as other leading retailers, for just £1 for individual packs or £2.25 for sharing packs.
Let me know if you’ve tried these snacks before!
Disclaimer: I was sent a pack of snacks to review. All opinions are my own.