Posts Tagged 'cPRIME Bracelet'

Where in the World is cPRIME – Manhattan

Where in the World is cPRIME? How about New York City?

Thanks to Millie Mitchell for sharing her picture of cPRIME in Manhattan.

Where in the World is cPRIME

Living and Leading with cPRIME

We love seeing people living full and healthy lives. Check out this photo of proud cPRIME wearers.

Left to right: John Newman (University of Incarnate Word, San Antonio Men and Women’s Head Tennis Coach), Beverly Newman (John’s wife who just finished 2nd in a triathlon in her age group), and Doug Beams (owns two Anytime Fitness Locations and is a cPRIME distributor.)

cPRIME Ambassador John Rollins takes 2nd

Congratulations for cPRIME Ambassador John Rollins as he tied for second place in the PGA Travelers Challenge today.

Rollins finished -7 in today’s round, finishing -19 for the tournament, only one shot behind the tournament winner. It was an incredible tournament and we send sincere congratulations to John!

Jessie Abbate wins Bianchi Cup

cPRIME wants to congratulate Jessie Abbate for shooting the Bianchi Cup earlier this month. Jessie is a member of Friends of NRA and wears cPRIME whenever she shoots. You can check out more on Jessie at

Congrats, Jessie!


Congratulations to the Dallas Mavericks on an outstanding win last night, clinching the NBA Championship for the first time in franchise history! cPRIME is sending a very warm congratulations to Coach Rick Carlisle and the entire Maverick team. What a great demonstration of resilience, character, and determination!

Congratulations to cPRIME Golf Ambassador Brian Gay!

cPRIME would like to send a special congratulations out to our Golf Ambassador Brian Gay for making the US Open cut today. He shot 68 and 67 and won on the 2nd playoff hole. Results for the 111th U.S. Open Championship Sectional Qualifying results can be found here.

We look forward to watching Brian in the US Open and wish him the very best!

Joe Tommaro: Race of My Life

“I must admit, I was very skeptical about cPRIME, and to be honest I cannot explain how it works. All I know is that; I had the race of my life and crushed the course in a way that was totally unexpected.

I had been training very diligently for the Cactus Rose 50mile trail race and had absolutely put in the effort to succeed. But that said – I was venturing into the unknown. It’s a very challenging course and the kind that could humble you very easily. Based on my training, I was shooting for a time between 10:30 and 11:30, and a Top 10 finish. Well, I not only met those goals, but dramatically exceeded them. I finished in 10h and 4m, and placed 4th overall. What’s more amazing was that at 47 years old I was by far the oldest competitor in the Top 5 (places 1-3 were 20-30 year olds).

My split times were very close together (5 hours for the first loop and 5h 10m for the second) and I felt strong in the second half of the race despite numerous falls, leg cramps and nausea. Yes, I enjoy and have a passion for this stuff, but it was a day to remember. Something gave me the “edge” that day and it had to be cPRIME. You have to put in the time and training to get results, but there is something to be said for the mental focus and balance that cPRIME brings to the table. Just call me a skeptical believer!”

By Joe Tommaro

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