Runners World July 2014 - Beat The Bonk

July 1st, 2014

The July 2014 issue of Runners World includes a feature on Omnibar owner, Dr. Brent Ruby, and his research at the Center for Work Physiology and Excercise Metabolism at The University of Montana. The feature story touches on Brent's work including heat stress research, finding the ceiling of human ...

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Montana Headwall - Lab Rats

June 1st, 2014

As we wait for the heat chamber to warm up, Brent Ruby and his senior researchers, John Cuddy and Walter Hailes, regale me with stories of misadventure in the measurement of core temperature. They show me a 2-foot probe that one test subject threaded down the back of her pants and all the way up to her...

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Gear Guy - OutsideOnline

May 20th, 2014

The bold flavors of all of the Omnibars were delicious—and also the toughest to stomach if testers had any existing stomach issues. But once digested, these bars satiated our hunger longer than any other snack on this list. We attributed the long-lasting energy to the ground beef (from cows gra...

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Outside Magazine - Buyers Guide 2014

May 1st, 2014

Outside Magazine 2014 Summer Buyers Guide - Essentials, Running - By Meaghen Brown Omnibar $3 Made from dried fruit, sweet patatoes, and grass-fed beef, these bars have the ideal carb-to-protein ratio for long runs. Testers were divided on taste, but all agreed that they're easier to digest than...

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Outside Magazine - Bodywork 02.14

January 14th, 2014

It powered Shackleton, Mallory, and Amundsen, and now dehydrated meats are being pressed into energy bars. They're just as easy to stach in a pack or pocket for a long run or hike, and they're usually higher in protein. The only bone of contention: the taste. You'll either love it or hate i...

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Montana Headwall - Meat Market

September 1st, 2013

A grizzly bear and two cubs graze the meadows of Two Creek Monture Ranch near Ovando. Trumpeter swans tend to a nest on nearby wetlands. Roughly 1,000 head of cattle are to pasture, turning grass into beef. Cooper and Anne Burchenal see this bucolic setting as not only the inspiration but also the back...

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