CrossFit Games Championship Contender Joins POWERCOCO Team

CrossFit Games Championship Contender Joins POWERCOCO Team

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LOS ANGELES — POWERCOCO is proud to announce Marcus Hendren 2013 CrossFit Games Championship Contender has joined the PowerCoco team of Athletes.

“CrossFit is taking the nation by storm and we are honored to have one of the top contenders join the PowerCoco Natural Team.” Stated POWERCOCO Founder Tyler Beuerlein.  “Marcus has a tremendous following and is definitely someone to watch in the Cross Fit world. It is a reflection of our products that we are able to continue to build a team of professionals like Hendren, (Carmelo Anthony and Jerry Hairston are also on the PowerCoco Natural Team) who support and acknowledge their belief in the PowerCoco-natural beverage line. We look forward to him being an integral part of our continued growth and development.”

“I too am honored to become a member of the POWERCOCO team”, stated Marcus Hendren. “CrossFit has taught me how important it is to take care of your body, and to really pay attention to what we eat and drink.   I know how important it is for athletes to receive proper hydration while vigorously training. I was impressed from the start with POWERCOCO’s vision and look forward to spreading the word about what a good Sports Drink can and really should be”.

About Marcus Hendren

Marcus Hendren made his debut placing seventh at the 2012 Reebok CrossFit Games. In high school, Hendren was a star football player. He was the top rusher and scorer in the state of Ohio his senior year and earned state player-of-the-year honors in Division V. Hendren served as team co-captain for the football, basketball and baseball teams his senior year and also earned varsity letters in track and field and lacrosse. His athletic accomplishments and academic excellence earned him admission to Cornell University in New York. Hendren had a successful football career at Cornell and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business in 2011.  He is positioned to win the 2013 CrossFit Games.


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