What Supplements Do I Take?

If you're wanting to improve your performance, don't be fooled by the fancy looking (and sounding) suppl

ements on the market. What benefits your body the most is mostly quite simple. There are studies on populations that show the main thing that is lowering most people's performance is the following:


  1. Magnesium - Magnesium plays such a huge role in our body. The more stress on your nervous system, the more you need. This doesn't only happen from moving your body, but from your limited capacity to think and problem solve each day. So if you're like most people and think too much without moving, you still need magnesium. If your muscles are cramping you definitely need it. There are hundreds of people who have slept better and had more energy from just doing this after my guidance. I recommend "Magnesium Biglyscinate" from the brand "Bioceuticals"

  2. Fish Oil (Omega 3) Once again this plays a vital role in the body. You need it, I suggest you swallow it regularly.

  3. Zinc

  4. Vitamin D - The sun gives every cell in your body energy. It's very challenging in our day and age to get 100% required vitamin D absorption from the sun.

  5. Creatine - Creatine is the only supplement that isn't like a multi vitamin that I take, and recommend, because it's naturally occurring in the boyd, and if my 2 year old daughter, barking dog, or scratching cat results in less quality or quantity of sleep, I feel much better performing that day when I'm consuming creatine, and the studies have shown it helps when you're sleep deficient.

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