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Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 9:00 am
Barret Traditional Middle School • 2561 Grinstead Dr.
The 19th Annual Santa Sprint and Stroll
• 5k (3.1 mile) Run or a 1-mile Walk. Flat and fast course runs along
historic Frankfort Avenue in scenic Crescent Hill and Clifton
• Sponsored by Frankfort Avenue Business Association (FABA)
to benefit the work of United Crescent Hill Ministries
• Begins at 9:00 am—rain, snow, or shine. In case of severe icy
weather, check website for cancellation. No refunds given.
Refreshments served after the race
Age Group Awards for Top 3 Finishers in each age group for the 5k.
(For the Stroll, top male and top female walkers will receive a prize).
• Door Prizes given out following the race
• Photos with SANTA for a $5 donation, beginning at 8:30am
BY MAIL or DROP-OFF at UCHM:
Mail forms to: UCHM, 150 S. State Street, Louisville, KY 40206
Call (502) 893-0346 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
EARLY Registration and Fees (postmarked by Monday, Nov. 17)
“YOUTH” (13 years old & Under): $15 (or $10 with one paying Adult)
“ADULT” (14 years old & Over): $20
Participants in strollers FREE
* * Only EARLY registrants will receive a long-sleeved T-shirt. * *
LATE or DAY-OF Registration and Fees (Nov. 18 – Dec. 6):
Add $6 to the fees listed above, for all participants.
Registration begins at 8:00 am at Barret Traditional Middle School.
United Crescent Hill Ministries supports youth, families, and seniors in the Crescent
Hill, Clifton, Clifton Heights, and Butchertown neighborhoods with:
After-school and Summer activities for Youth • Emergency food, rent,
utilities, and prescription assistance • Christmas gifts and food for families •
Companionship, exercise, meals (including Meals on Wheels), travel, and
Listen and Learn Series for Seniors • Health & Wellness for our Community
Thanks for your support ~ See you at the Santa Sprint & Stroll!
Q: Where did the name “Hüma ” come from?
A: Hüma is based on the Tarahumara Indians of Mexico. Unfortunately, using “Tarahumara” as a name would have been far too long for our gel package, so we chopped it down to “Hüma “.
Q: Is Hüma really 100% stomach-problem free?
A: Yes. We have literally not had anyone have a stomach problem, to include people with extremely sensitive stomachs. Please check out these blog reviews as a reference:
And that’s just a small sampling…
Q: How is Hüma pronounced?
A: Hüma is pronounced “Hoo-mah” (not “Hew-mah”, though German speakers will fight on this one). The umlauts mean absolutely nothing except to make a smiley face. Hüma is happy gel!
Q: What performance benefits do the chia seeds provide?
A: Chia seeds have a long history as an endurance fuel. Ancient Aztec tradition held that an ounce of chia seeds could sustain a warrior for 24 hours. Today, chia is considered a superfood because:
• It has more Omega-3’s than any other crop in the world (Omega-3’s reduce inflammation)
• It has more antioxidants than blueberries (protecting your body from free-radicals)
• It is a complete protein, providing you with all 9 Essential Amino Acids (important for preventing muscle breakdown when exercising longer than 2 hours)
• It has 25% soluble fiber. A chia seed can absorb 9-12x its bodyweight in water. This is especially important for Hüma because it creates a small barrier to absorption, which then prevents sugar spikes/flash crashes.
Q: Why does Hüma use Evaporated Cane Juice and Brown Rice Syrup?
A: Sports nutrition research indicates that consuming nutrition with a ratio of 2:1 glucose to fructose increases carbohydrate absorption by the body. Evaporated Cane Juice has a chemical composition of 1:1 glucose to fructose, and Brown Rice Syrup is 100% glucose. Together, they provide you with the ideal 2:1 ratio.
You can get that ratio using other types of simple carbohydrates (maltodextrin and fructose being popular sources), but we decided to only use ingredients you didn’t need a science degree to understand.
Q: Why does Hüma has more sugar than other energy gels?
Short A: it only technically does.
Long A: the best way to replace your glycogen stores is through some mix of simple carbohydrates. Most energy gels use maltodextrin, which doesn’t “count” as sugar… but it’s still a simple carbohydrate.
Hüma uses evaporated cane juice and brown rice syrup. These are nutritious, real food alternatives to fructose and maltodextrin and have similar molecular structures but are required to be labeled “sugar”. Keep in mind that the fiber content of the chia seeds acts as a small barrier to absorption, which prevents a sugar spike and flash crash.
Q: Why are Hüma packages larger than other gels?
A: Hüma gels have a higher water content than other gels, which makes Hüma easier to swallow and digest, but that also means less calories per ounce, so we have to put more gel in the package to get you the 100 calories you crave!
Q: Will the fiber content in Hüma gels cause me to do a porta-potty dash?
A: No. Chia constitutes only about 1/8 of the ingredients, which is little enough to not cause GI distress. In fact, Hüma gels have a fantastic history of being stomach-problem free.
Q: If I eat a Hüma gel, will I win my race?
A: Only if you buy 40 boxes at a time.
Winning an impressive award? All in a day’s work at Ken Combs Running Store.
Quality goods and expert service now merge with prestige and accolades. Ken Combs Running Store is the proud winner in Best Sporting Goods and Best Shoe Store categories of the 2014 2014 Louisville A-List by shoppers.
“Volunteering at races and events has been terrific,” says store owner Larry Holt, who works to give the Louisville community not only quality goods and expert service but also a shared sense of purpose and unity through greater fitness.
Mon – Fri: 10 am – 7 pm | Sat: 10 am – 6 pm | Sun: 1 pm – 5 pm