Protein: A staple in a healthy diet, protein is taken to promote lean muscle growth, support muscle recovery, and enhance overall performance.
Whey: A quick digesting protein supplement, best for pre and post workout.
Casein: A slower digesting protein supplement, best for snacks and pre-sleep
Pre-Workout: Taken before a workout, pre-workout ramps up energy and endurance which leads to better, more effective workouts.
BCAA’s (Branched Chain Amino Acids): Made up of three amino acids that are used in protein synthesis, a.k.a. muscle building. They help with muscle recovery and performance.
Fat Burners: Fat burners aid in increased energy, suppressing your appetite, and increased fat release from your fat cells. Stimulant-based formulas are the most popular, but non-stimulant formulas are also available for those with sensitive stomachs.
Carnitine: a non-stimulant fat burner. Carnitine is an amino acid and antioxidant that helps your body convert fatty acids into fuel. It is naturally produced by the body, and is also found in foods like red meat, fish, poultry, peanut butter, and avocados.
Creatine: Promotes muscle growth. Boost your strength, increase your anaerobic endurance, and minimize muscle damage and soreness.
Glutamine: An amino acid found in protein. Glutamine helps heal your muscles and prevents your body from catabolizing the muscle that you’ve worked to build.
Protein Bars: A convenient, healthier choice for a snack or a pre/post-workout meal. It helps you get your recommended protein intake while keeping your extra fat/carb intake in check. *Be sure to check nutrition labels for total calories, carbs, and fats*
Multivitamin: Used to provide the body with vitamins and minerals that are absent in a person’s diet (Vitamin A, B12, C, D, Iron, Magnesium, etc.) Becoming deficient in any of these essential nutrients can lead to a variety of health problems.