Del Mar, CA (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Revolution Laboratories (RevLabs) sponsored a team of four candidates for this past weekends 2012 annual Del Mar Mud Run. This race is in it’s third year, and this year proceeds went to the Challenged Athletes Foundation. RevLabs is an upcoming leader in the health nutrition field. President Terry Asher states, “The purpose and mission of RevLabs is to provide people with a complete and balanced workout and fitness regiment. To fulfill this mission, we not only offer a full line of complementary supplements, we also take part in the community to sponsor active individuals and contribute towards charitable organizations.”
Observing actions taken by the team at RevLabs it can be seen that this is not merely lip service. Beyond offering a full range of dietary and workout supplements, RevLabs also makes e-books on diet and exercise available for free to users. This weekend RevLabs representatives were also on hand to contribute further. Running shoes have been donated by the organization, and free samples of various products were available, including ProRev, EndoRev, and Revolutionary Raspberry Keytone.
The Del Mar Mud Run, which took place Saturday October 6, involved a 5k course covering 17 separate obstacles. Stephanie VanDatta, Terry Moncada, Liz Corvino, and Joshua Nussbaum are local fitness enthusiast that joined the RevLabs team to compete. Stephanie states, “The Mud Run was an excellent opportunity to get out and stay active, but it also donates proceeds towards a great organization. Beyond that, it was a great time and I was happy to partner with RevLabs for the event.”
RevLabs was founded in 2012 by three avid athletes passionate about the health and fitness industry. The company's slogan is simple "Made by the fit for the fit" with the mission to revolutionize the science behind peak performance. Our exponential growth is a testament to both the effectiveness of our supplements and the quality of our customer service delivered by real people who understand our customers' needs.