by Allison Welch December 02, 2022 3 min read

To be compliant with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, we have changed the date on the top of our product's lid from the "Expiration Date" to the "Date of Manufacturing (DOM)."

ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS HAVE A VERY LONG SHELF LIFE, SUPERIOR TO ONE YEAR
If managed properly under the storage conditions listed on the label, dietary supplements remain stable and potent (i.e., 100% of label claim) between 2 and 3 years.

We love what we do and our team of scientists and medical doctors are up to date with the latest and highest-end technology for sports nutrition. Combined with the best ingredients available, we make sure to deliver the best and highest quality products available. We respect nature and our customers, and transparency in everything we do is very important to us.

If you have any other questions about our products' shelf life, or any questions at all, please contact us at 1-888-734-3634 or through the contact page on our website.

 

 

STRENGTH CIRCUIT CHALLENGE

Once Complete, Rest 1 Minute, Then Repete 3X

Squat x 45 seconds

Stand tall with your feet hip-width apart and core engaged. If you’re using 1 weight (a dumbbell or kettlebell), hold the weight at chest height, close to your body, with both hands. If you’re holding 2 dumbbells, hold one in each hand at your sides or with elbows bent, hold them at your shoulders.

Send your hips back and bend knees to drop into a squat, allowing knees to bend to at least 90 degrees.

Return to starting position by standing and squeezing your glutes at the top.
Forward Lunge x 45 seconds

Stand with feet hip-width apart and core engaged. If you’re using a weight, hold the weight at chest height with both hands.

Step forward with your right foot and bend both knees to 90 degrees to sink into a lunge.

Push off right foot to return to starting position.

Repeat on the other side, and continue to alternate sides.

Make it harder
: As you sink into your lunge, push your weight overhead, keeping your core engaged, glutes engaged, and hips tucked under.

Kneeling Halo x 45 seconds

You’ll need 1 heavy dumbbell or kettlebell to complete this move.
 
Kneel on the floor with hips tucked under, core engaged, and hold your weight with both hands at chest height.
 
Make a “halo” shape by bringing the weight to the left side, then raising it high overhead, then lowering it on the right side and returning to the starting position. Reverse the circle on your next rotation.
 
Maintain a tight core, and keep your elbows close to your body as you move in order to engage your triceps.
Triceps Press x 45 seconds

From a kneeling position, with core engaged and hips tucked under, hold your weight overhead with both hands and arms fully extended.
 
Bend elbows, allowing the weight to drop behind your head.

Russian Twist x 45 seconds

Sit tall with knees bent and feet flexed, so heels rest on the floor. Keep your back as flat as possible, chest up, and core engaged.
 
If you’re using a weight, hold one weight with both hands close to your chest. If you’re not using a weight, hold hands in a prayer at chest height.
 
Rotate your torso and arms to the right, bringing hands down by your side. (Your hands do not have to touch the floor.) Keep your legs and hips as still as possible, and do not arch or round your spine as you twist.
 
Repeat on the other side. Move as quickly as possible, rotating side to side, while maintaining good form.
 
Make it harder: Lift feet off the floor, so shins are parallel to the floor, and you balance on your sits bone throughout the exercise.
Then, Once Your Circuit Is Complete, REPLENISH


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