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Micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals) are very important to not just performance and recovery but overall health too. However, it's surprising how often I hear that people forget to take their vitamins.

Here are some things that I do to help keep it easy: 1. Pre-pack two week's worth of vitamins 2. Put said container next to my morning coffee 3. Keep an inventory in the pantry so I don't run out

Look, it's not going to make you bench 500 pounds or any guarantees but why not give your body everything you can to stay healthy?

So what to take?

This can vary wildly based on the person, but I generally recommend a basic multi and fish oil at a minimum. Extra vitamin D can help during Winter time to combat the effects of reduced sunlight exposure. Myself and many of my clients take 5,000 IU and blood tests come back average.

It's a simple thing but do yourself a favor and in addition to all the other factors you're paying attention to, take those 'Flintstones' and cover your bases.


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