I am a big fan of the Vitamin Packs, they range in price and company. They usually come in a 30 day supply. They are convenient and provide you with exactly what you need to fill nutrient gaps. See the supplement review Forum post for more info. 

Multi-Vitamin Pack – I recommend these products no matter your goal.

Animal Pak Stack– A great all in one training vitamin and mineral pack, everything required for optimum training with other herbs and amino acids. 

Amino Acid Powder – A convenient amino acid drink mix, my first choice for BCAA’s is Snow Cone from BPI. You want one that has Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine.


L-Leucine - Prevents muscle catabolism, during fasting, training, cardio sessions, slows protein breakdown.
Pre Workout - I don't have a favorite pre-workout. I do tend to choose pre-workouts that are lower in caffeine than others. Caffeine is a vasoconstrictor. During a workout, we want optimal blood flow, and for that, we need volume, not constriction. So use caffeine sparingly. The ingredients you want to look for are;

Arginine & Citrulline Malate -Blood Flow, Pump, Endurance 

L - glutamine - most used conditionally essential amino acid during times of intense physical stress. Essential for maintaining the health and growth of enterocytes in your gut and your immune system

Caffeine or Green Tea Extract - Metabolic Stimulant


Creatine Monohydrate -  Increase in Muscle Power and Strength output, increase in Muscular Stamina


Beta Alanine - Endurance, recovery, lactic threshold increase


L - Tyrosine - Enhanced focus and drive


Ashwagandha - Endurance, feeling of wellbeing, improved stamina,   

and focus


Tribulus - Temporary Herbal Testosterone booster

Protein Shake - Meal Replacement for weight loss or Protein Gainer for extra calories on missed calorie days. 

Probiotics - Aids in digestion and intestinal health, promoting immune health. 

Turmeric (curcumin) - Natural remedy for inflammation control, aids in recovery, reduce pain, and stiffness

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