Drinking enough clean water, eating good, quality foods and taking supplements to fill in the gaps is an essential part of staying lean, building muscle and performing at your best.
Below, we’ve gathered a list of our favorite products and info to help you find and use stuff that we know works.
*No gimmicks here…just good solid information and products to help you perform at your best.
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Supplements for Fighters and Grapplers:
- Garden of Life Men’s Health – Vitamin Code – RAW One for Men
- Nordic Naturals Cardiovascular Support – Arctic Cod Liver Oil
- NuMedica Vitamins – D3-5000 – 90 Softgels
- Pure Encapsulations Cardiovascular Support – Magnesium
- Garden of Life Protein – Sport Certified Grass Fed Whey, Chocolate
- MRM Exercise Stamina – Creatine Monohydrate (Micronized) – 1.1 lbs
- NOW Amino Acids – NOW Sports – Beta-Alanine 750 mg – 120 Capsules
- Garden of Life Gastrointestinal/Digestive – O-Zyme ULTRA – 90
- Garden of Life Gastrointestinal/Digestive – RAW Probiotics 5 Day Max
- AmaZing Grass Greens & Superfood Supplements – Organic Wheat Grass
- The Synergy Company Greens & Superfood Supplements – Blue-Green Algae
- HealthForce Nutritionals Greens & Superfood Supplements – Chlorella
Snacks & Bars:
Other Good Stuff:
6 Pack Bags/Coolers – If you want to be lean and strong, you have to keep food with you. 6 Pack Bags help you travel effortlessly with more than 3 meals, sports nutrition products and supplements.
Grassland Meats – Founded by lifelong farmer John Wood, U.S. Wellness Meats grew out of John’s realization that there was a unique way of raising cattle for a growing niche of U.S. consumers who were beginning to understand the health benefits of CLA and omega-3s from free-range meat. Lab tests showed that the meat was high in all kinds of nutrients: omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A, vitamin E, CLA, and other nutrients that just don’t show up in grain-fed, feedlot cattle.