Find Your True North

Our community is constantly looking for the right tools—the right routine, the right nutrition, the right mindset—to live active, energized lives. Together with adidas, we collected tips, recipes, and advice from Wanderlust 108 yoga teachers and run leaders on how they operate at their peak performance every day. Dive in! And discover the formula that fuels your journey. 
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Smoothie of Choice


• Base: Coconut water

• Fruit: Berries with frozen banana

• Greens (spinach, kale or whatever is local and fresh)


• Green Superfood Powder (I like HealthForce)

• Acai

Mix well, place granola and raw nuts and raisins on top with a drizzle of raw honey.

You will be good to go for hours.

Chelsey Korus

Here is my favorite smoothie.


• ½ cup of frozen pineapple

• ½ cup of frozen mango

• As many handfuls of baby spinach as you want

• Coconut milk

• A few ice cubes

• Chia seeds, flax seeds & green superfood powder are an added bonus!

Cat Acquaviva

In the fall, I like to juice for grounding.

This is my favorite recipe with organic fruit and veggies from the farmers market:


• 2-3 beets

• 3 persimmons

• 1 small sweet potato

• 1-2 inches of turmeric

• 1-2 inches of ginger

You can add/substitute carrot or oranges, or any other red/orange fall produce you like.

Molly O’Neill

One of the best things about smoothies is you don’t really need to measure the ingredients closely.

Plus, who has time for that in the morning? Here’s my favorite basic smoothie recipe where some freestyle is encouraged!


• Unsweetened vanilla almond milk (just a few splashes to keep it nice & thick)

• 1 spoonful flax seeds & chia seeds

• 1 spoonful almond butter

• ½ cup plain Greek yogurt

• A handful of spinach

• ½ a frozen banana

• ¼ cup frozen pineapple

• Cinnamon (lots of shakes here to taste)

• Top with a little more almond milk to get things moving!

Jana Ross

My absolute favorite smoothie products right now is Philosophie Superfoods.


• 2 heaping spoonfuls of Berry Bliss Philosophie Superfood Protein blend

• Almond milk or coconut water (Both are great! Depends on your mood and what consistency you’re going for.)

• ½ or 1 full frozen pack of unsweetened Acai

• 1 heaping spoonfuls of Anita’s Coconut Yogurt (OMG, this is the bomb)

•A handful of your favorite berries

• 1 banana (if you want it less sweet, use ½)

• A small handful of cacao nibs

• Blend it all up until creamy

• Pour into your favorite glass

• Sprinkle a design of hemp seeds and cacao nibs on top for extra crunch

Drink and enjoy!

Aarona Ganesan


• Blueberries

• Strawberries

• Cantaloupe

• A frozen banana

• Vanilla Greek yogurt

• Flax seeds

• Chia

• Açaí

• Almond milk

Nadia Ruiz


• 1 scoop of SFH protein powder

• Spirulina

• Chia seeds

• Flax seeds

• 1 tbsp of almond butter

• 1 handful of spinach

• Frozen dark cherries

Blend and enjoy!

Mary Beth LaRue

With my crazy travel schedule this is my go-to immunity booster.

I love this juice because it’s quite spicy, but delicious.

Although it certainly is an acquired taste!


• Apple

• Lemon

• Ginger

• Cayenne Pepper

And if you’re really daring, add some oil of oregano.

MacKenzie Miller

My go-to smoothie is a simple blend of greens and coconut milk.

I fill the blender with a TON of spinach, a few splashes of unsweetened vanilla coconut milk, a handful of frozen pineapple and 2 tbsp of chia seeds. Blend and enjoy!

Kate Buntenbach


• 1 banana

• 3-4 strawberries

• ½ a green apple

• A handful of spinach or kale

• ½ cup yogurt

• ½ cup blueberries

• OJ or coconut milk to desired consistency

Faith Hunter

My favorite “smoothie” is really more like vegan ice cream.


• 2 bananas, frozen in chunks
• 1 cup blueberries
• ¼ cup cacao nibs
• 1 tbsp almond butter
• Almond or coconut milk
• Ice

In a food processor whip bananas, blueberries, cacao nibs, almond butter, and a few ice cubes.

Add almond or coconut milk until it reaches the consistency of a sorbet. Serve immediately.

Jen Elliott

My favorite smoothie recipe is always evolving, but when I want one to propel me through my day, I usually revert to the Pink Power Detox Smoothie.

• 1 cup coconut water or water

• 1 cup baby kale or spinach

• 1 cup fresh or frozen strawberries

• 1 small/medium raw red beet, peeled and chopped

• 1 orange, peeled

• 1 lemon, juiced

• 1 in. piece, peeled fresh ginger

• 1 tsp coconut oil

• Ice

Gina DiCello

I learned this one from my “Amazing Race” teammate.

It is one of the only smoothies I ever really make anymore.

We call it the “PB&J” smoothie, and it is usually made in the afternoon when there is leftover coffee from the morning.


• 1 frozen banana

• 1 cup berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries)

• 1 tbsp of peanut butter (or peanut butter protein)

• 1 tsp of flax seeds

Alli Forsythe

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