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About

My name is Rob, I have a diploma in Fitness and Lifestyle Management, and an ex-manager, now Fitness Consultant, of a very popular gym here in Canada.

I have experimented with 1000’s of dollars worth of supplements, and I want to educate people so they don’t make the same mistakes as me when it comes to buying supplements that just don’t work.

I have experimented with all sorts of weight lifting supplements for about the last 9 years now. I started getting serious around 15 years old, with creatine, protein, weight gainers, amino acids, glutamine, all natural and safe of course. Then the industry really broke loose a couple years after that.

Every year there was the next big thing, from nitric oxide, to pre workout supplements, to post workout supplements, to testosterone boosters, etc. I have tried numerous products from each category. Of course, what worked for me will not work for everyone, but I will keep this as unbiased as possible.

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