Advocare is introducing the FIT Line

Today Advocare has announced its next lineup of products, the FIT line.  This line is meant to be taken all day everyday.  This consists of 3 steps, Step 1 is the Pre-workout, Step 2 is during the workout, and Step 3 is post workout.  There is also this Anytime supplement which is Protein.

Introducing the FIT Line

A system designed to fit the way you work out – and the way you live.

The new and innovative AdvoCare FIT line takes the guesswork out of supplementing your workout. Each of the FIT line products are specifically designed for three phases: before, during and after your workout. You can also enjoy the added convenience of a ready-to-drink protein shake suitable for any time of day. Now, you can focus on your time at the gym all while helping to support recovery and boost results.*

Start maximizing your workouts with FIT today!
– Source: Advocare

Step 1 is the Pre-Workout mix; it is called the Pre-Workout Multinutrient Dietary Supplement.  It is meant to be taken 30-45 before your exercise to fuel your workouts and help keep your energize and focused throughout your workout.  The major benefits to this is supporting energy levels, enhancing mental focus, and it helps promote a healthy metabolism.  It currently comes in a Strawberry Lemonade flavor.  The cost is $29.95 for 14 servings (stick packs), so that is $2.14 per serving.

Step 2 is the Intra-Workout aka During Workout mix; it is called the Intra-Workout Electrolyte and Amino Acid Supplement.  This is intended to be used during your workouts to help you stay hydrated and improve recovery post workout.  The advertised benefits to taking this is that it helps the body stay hydrated during your workout by using electrolytes (same stuff that is found in Gatorade), Support muscles with amino acids which helps aid in muscle growth, and it will help increase your exercise capacity.  It currently only comes in Coconut Lime flavor.  The cost is $29.95 for 14 servings (stick packs), so that is $2.14 per serving.

Step 3 is the Post-Workout mix; it is called the Post-Workout Protein and Herbal Supplement.  This is meant to be used within an hour of your workout to refuel your body and enhance the recovery.  The key benefits to this mix are the balanced blend of protein and carbohydrates, helps muscle recovery and possible less soreness after workouts, and finally it supports the muscle metabolic process.  It currently only comes in a Chocolate Flavor.  The price is $42.95 for 14 serving (pouches), which is $3.07 per serving.

The anytime is a Protein, Vitamin, and Mineral Shake. You can use this whenever you want, before workout, after working, midnight, anytime.  Each pack includes 20 grams of easily digestible protein that supports working muscles.  Also included within the pack is the vitamin and mineral blend to support good nutrition.  The best part is, that it is already mixed and ready to go, just open the lid and drink away.   Currently it is only available in Vanilla.  The price is $44.95 for 12 serving (pouches), which is $3.75 per serving.

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A year ago on July 2nd…

A year ago on July 2nd, my wife, Kayla found me in the bathroom passed out. It wasn’t from drinking, it was because I had internal bleeding. I had the signs leading up to it during that week, but ignored them, between throwing up small amounts of blood, to blood in my stools. After she got me up, I threw up pure blood all over our bathroom. When the ambulance got to my house, my blood pressure was less than half of what it should have been. Then was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance, should have ended up in ICU, but was lucky enough not to. I ended up getting a blood transfusion and had a scope done to find out that I had bleeding ulcers in my stomach and part of my stomach lining has deteriorated. If it wasn’t for Kayla finding me, heck I could have died.

What caused all this? Taking too many NSAIDS (aka ibuprofen, aleeve, advil, etc). I thought I was having back issues, which was why I was taking the meds, when in all reality it could have been my stomach all along. So I would urge everyone to not take any sort of pain relievers for long periods of time (i would avoid acetaminophen as well even though it affects the liver), and see a doctor, chiropractor, etc before you do as much damage as I did.

I thank God everyday for life, for Kayla and glad that she found me when she did. I am also glad that this happened in my own house when she was home and not elsewhere.