Marathoner Lisa Cabiles Says ASEA Was Her Missing Piece

Blog author Lisa Cabiles is a marathon and half-marathon runner who started using ASEA REDOX Cell Signaling Supplement in October 2019 during training for an upcoming marathon. Her first marathon was the 2016 Seattle Marathon, in which she qualified for the Boston Marathon with a time of 3:34:08. She went on to complete 21 more marathons, 10 half marathons, and an ultra marathon 50K. Lisa is a member of the ASEA Athletes team, and her long-term running goals are to race in all six major marathons (Abbott World Marathon Majors) and to run a marathon in every state. 

ASEA REDOX is my favorite ASEA product. I initially started taking ASEA in October of 2019 and haven’t looked back. I take it in the morning, before, during, and after training runs, and at bedtime. It has helped me push further in my marathon training than I ever have before. I recently completed the 2020 Mesa-Phoenix marathon with a new personal record of 3:15:51. Hitting a 3:15 finish time in the 26.2-mile marathon has been a personal goal of mine for almost two years now, and I feel like ASEA really was the missing piece I needed in order to make that happen.

Not only has it helped me compete at my personal best, but ASEA REDOX has also helped my body recover faster as well. On December 3, 2019, I was finishing a training run with my 4-year-old son, Koa, who was in our stroller. We were suddenly struck by a car and by some miracle my son was completely protected and unharmed inside his stroller. However, the driver hit the entire left side of my body.

Since that time, I have been able to keep running and training just as hard as before my accident. I’ve been so happy with how I feel that I’ve increased my daily intake of ASEA REDOX. Between ASEA’s workout recovery benefits* and various sports medicine therapy, I have not needed to halt my training at all since the accident. I am hopeful I will be 100% back to my pre-accident state soon and continue to push my limits in the running world.

As a mother of three, I’ve been able to adjust my training during the quarantine to a more flexible schedule. Not only have I been able to plan activities that allow my children to be part of my training, through running and flexibility, but I’m able to run with the stroller on my recovery days.

Some of my favorite at-home workouts include difficult running days anywhere from 16 to 18 miles and then on off days I do free-weights or ride my exercise bike. I’ve been participating in virtual races which have led me to run some of my best times, though I don’t receive the same recognition. My goal is to get to the 2024 Olympic Trials and qualify to compete. With ASEA, I feel like I have the boost I need to achieve my goals.

*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.

Results may vary. Consumers of ASEA products do so as part of maintaining an already healthy lifestyle.*

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