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Gas Your self: Earlier than, Throughout and After Your Exercise

Wouldn’t we all love to drive a Lamborghini, Maserati or Ferrari? But we can’t all afford one. Or can we? Back when I was a flag girl for car racing (don’t judge me) I learned a thing or two about cars.

What makes luxury cars so desirable? Do the curves of the frame, the candy-colored paint or the luxurious interior increase the value of the vehicle? While these features may be the first to catch your eye, a car’s real value lies in its engine.

A Lamborghini can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 2.6 seconds. A Toyota Corolla, which I would say is far more economical and achievable for most, can go from 0 to 60 mph in about 10.5 seconds. That’s a big time difference! However, if you take the budget Toyota Corolla and make changes to improve performance, the Toyota could destroy a production Lamborghini in a street race.

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Give it high octane fuel and inject some laughing gas, use performance oil and do routine maintenance and this Toyota will start to go up in value. Once the engine work is done, the next logical step is to get a body kit, some nice rims, better tires and a new paint job. Now the Toyota is giving this Lamborghini a run for its money.

Why in the world am I talking to you about cars? This isn’t a Fast & Furious audition, but it’s a primary metaphor for the transformative abilities of the human body.

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Fuel your body to boost performance with NOW Sports Supplements.

I am a busy girl – mother of three (my youngest is a toddler), certified personal trainer, writer, student, and entrepreneur who runs my business on a budget for passion. When I got the chance to work with NOW Sports to take this Toyota from zero to hero, I pounced.

I’m not going to lie: I want dangerous curves, broad shoulders, washboard abs and booty everywhere. I do! More importantly, I want to achieve optimal aesthetics, performance, and lasting results without starving myself or going under the knife.

So I’m ready to invest in high octane fuel to stock myself up with nitrous oxide and anoint myself with the purest oils available. In this way, the body work and the shiny paint will be a by-product of all the work I have done inside.

Most days I start my day around 5am and really enjoyed the B-12 Energy Boost Sticks. I usually don’t hydrate enough, and in this Miami heat, I made the decision to mix mine with water, but you can ingest it directly too. Let me tell you, this tastes great and what I like most is that, with or without my morning coffee, I am ready to eagerly tackle my 5 to 7 mile morning run.

After my run, I usually prepare my aminos. I took BCAA Blast. Now that I’m bionic, I try to stay away from the pre-workout so I was hesitant to try this product, but I’m so impressed with this clean boost, unlike some pre-workout drinks that I feel like I’m doing its a rave. *

I sip my aminos while filming two to three workouts and then immediately mix up my protein shake. I love the creamy taste of Keto Protein which happens to have MCT powder – BONUS! The benefits of MCT are fantastic. Medium chain triglycerides can aid in weight loss, reduce lactate formation, and even provide energy to the brain.

After I’ve freshened up, I switch to the desk. For me, this is the perfect time for self-care, where a tablet of Effer Hydrate is dipped into a glass of water. This drink is so refreshing and thirst quenching. I love to hear and see the tablet bubble dissolve and the citrus aroma has a therapeutic effect on my soul. This drink is perfect for taking a sip, moisturizing, and helping recovery from my workout while I write, study, or check my emails. *

In the evening I look forward to taking my triple strength L-carnitine for cellular energy production. * I like to take it at night because it works best on an empty stomach. If you have a sweet tooth, the super sweet and tangy taste is enough to satisfy your cravings.

I’ve studied this amazing batch of nutritional supplements in depth. When I bumped into a wall after my last run, I did what most women would: I blamed my age, my athletic inadequacy, and ultimately my own inability to endure what was required. Then I came back to myself. The devil is a lie!

My body was so stressed that I could no longer work, stand or sit. My muscles screamed at me. Poison flowed in my veins. And to add to the pressure, I had committed to walking in a fashion show that evening and it was already 2:45 p.m. I didn’t go down like that. I tried hydrotherapy and aromatherapy and even succumbed to a nap after drinking a high carb lunch with complex carbohydrates, but nothing seemed to work.

Even a souped-up Toyota needs maintenance and repairs! (See how I put that in?) So I decided to really put NOW Sports to the test with a much needed elixir for the spread of my life. I mixed up two scoops of BCAA Blast and chugged them back. Then I put a scoop of keto protein in my shaker cup and hit it back too. To make sure I had given my body the extra boost it needed so badly, I also shot back a B-12 Energy Boost Stick. *

Within 30 minutes, I was up and running like the queen of the jungle that I am. And I served it in the fashion show! My abs (problem area) popped. My prey was sassy than usual (and I am blessed in this area), and my shoulders and arms resembled the work of Michelangelo himself.

Here are my key takeaways from this complementary experience:

  1. With or without supplements, a body kit, or a shiny paint, I’m enough.
  2. Timing is everything. When to take my supplements and for what purpose it is important.
  3. Work smarter, not harder. Results with adequate supplementation occur much faster and are more sustainable than without.
  4. My body serves me well. I will not abuse it and rest when it is given.
  5. If I want to improve my system, I’ll do the best I can: Sport NOW.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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