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  • Writer's pictureSamantha Andrews

P3R Ready.Set.Move Subscription Box Review

Updated: May 7, 2021

Disclaimer: I received a P3R Ready.Set.Move Box to evaluate as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to find and write race reviews

Like most runners I really like trying new products. One of the best way to try new items is to subscribe to the P3R Ready.Set.Move box. Ready.Set.Move box is a quarterly subscription that features various products for runners and fitness enthusiasts. I received two of the boxes to evaluate. I give you my thoughts on both boxes and the products I used.

Box 1 (Fall Box)

Unboxing the first box was exciting. It contained many products by my favorite companies.

The box included the following items: The Original SPIBelt, SPIbeams LED Hat

LaColombe Triple Draft Latte, Bracoo Calf Compression Sleeves, Floyd's of Leadville Single Pack 50mg Gem, Floyd's of Leadville Single Vanilla and Chocolate Packs

Floyd's of Leadville Recovery Bar, Nuun Instant Pack, Floyds Recovery Balm, KT Tape Samples, KT Tape Recovery+ Pain Relief Gel, Trigger Point Nano LTE foot roller, and a

Brooks Croakie. I used all the items that are in bold.

I love SPIBelt. I used one every time I run. I was grateful to have another one to add to my collection. The original belt has enough room to carry my Galaxy S9 phone and keys.

While I am not a coffee drinker, I was willing to try the LaColombe Triple Draft Latte. It wasn't that bad. It was not shot of caffeine to stay alert during the BibRave Virtual Summit. I used the KT products to help my foot since I was still rebuilding after fracturing my foot in January. I loved the Trigger Point foot roller. I used it will I sat my desk for recovery after runs. The Brooks Croakie were perfect for my Knockaround shades.

You can check out my unboxing video here.

Box 2 (2021 Sub Box)

My second Ready.Set.Move Box was equally as excited to open as the first. It also had unique products from some of my favorite brands. There were also new brands to try.

The box included the following items: Brooks Journal and pen, SPIbeams Reactors,

LaColombe Nitro Cold Brew Lemon Flavored Coffee, Bob's Red Mill Almond Protein Powder, Bob's Red Mill Peanut Butter Banana Bar, Bracoo Compression Sleeve, Earhoox, Floyd's 10 mg CBD Gems, Floyd's 25 mg CBD Soft Gels, Nuun Instant Pack, KT Performance+ Chafe Safe cloths, Mueller Kold Towel. I used all the items that are in bold.

I used the KT Performance+ Chafe Safe cloths before my long run and my skin was fine afterwards. I usually use a chafing product for any runs over 4 miles. The product was easy to apply and didn't ruin my clothes. This is one product that I would love to use when traveling since it is easy to transport.

I also ate the Bob's Red Mill Peanut Butter Banana Oats Bar before my long run. The bar combined two of my favorite breakfast flavors. I usually eat a granola bar are my usual pre-run fuel and this bar was a good substitute. The banana and peanut better flavors were not over powering. It is also gluten free. I would purchase this item in my local grocer if it is available.

You can check out my unboxing video here.

My Overall Thoughts?

The Ready.Set.Move box is a fun subscription for new and seasoned runners. The best part of running, beyond earning medals, is figuring out which products brings out your best performance. I will admit I didn't try any of the Floyds CBD products because I don't know much CBD and did know how I would react to it. The wide range of products that are offered and their retail value exceed the price of the subscription. I am grateful for the opportunity to test these new items and I plan to continue to use some of them.

Want to try?

Use code BibRave10 at checkout for $10 off your first box for all first-time subscribers! Every box costs $49.99 but you can save $20 by signing up for the whole year. Boxes are shipped every January, April, July, and October.

Check out my fellow BibRave Pros Ready.Set.Run Reviews


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