What Supplements Are Recommended

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I do have a proven diet outline that has helped many of my clients but how can I get them the faster results? Then it came to me. Not only am I hard on diet and exercise but I never mention supplement intake to anyone.

So folks here is some help. Everyone always ask me what kind of protein shakes I drink, what bars I eat etc. But no one really asked me what Supplements to use.
We all know that supplements help but there are a TON of s#!t supplements out there.
The supplement industry is a multi-billion dollar industry but you rarely find things that work that won't kill your body iun the long run.

I trust only few. And one person I con trust to buy supplements from is Mike Mahler. These aren't your everyday go to the vitamin shop supplements. 

Some may have heard of him. I speak his name sometimes at class. He's the guy that showed me the "evil" outside the leg snatches!

He is an hormone optimization coach and has research above and beyond many. I listen to his pod cast and buy his information a lot. He know his s#!t!

Ok, Ok back to the point.

Among 180gms of protein a day, I do take Aggressive Strength Testosterone Booster developed buy him. For the male clientele and 100% recommended to all the male population at PK.

I also rub myself down every night with Recovery Oil  as Kate does the same.

The recovery oil, Boom is all I have to say. Everyone should be using this to recovery from intense trauma we put on our muscles.

These are just a few ways I keep my body building stronger and recovering faster.

So there you go, my, if you will, little secret to the fastest results.

Check it out if you're interested. 

let me know if you have any questions or check his website out.

Very smart guy with a ton of FREE information. 

What is StrongFirst?

Note: This information was take directly from the StrongFirst Website. 
For Information purposes only.

LEARNING FROM A StrongFirst CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR
IS LEARNING FROM THE BEST

Over a decade ago our predecessor, RKC kettlebell certification, shook up the complacent trainer education industry with a previously unheard of practice. Instead of letting their graduates off the hook with multiple-choice questions, RKC subjected their instructor candidates to a “martial arts belt test.” To earn a coveted RKC certificate a student had to demonstrate perfect exercise technique, have his or her spirit tested in grueling workouts, pass strength tests, and demonstrate teaching skills with a volunteer from the general public. “Walking the walk” was the only way to earn the “RKC” designation.

Among RKC graduates are world champion athletes, special operators, elite coaches, medical professionals, and other hardcore types committed to serious training. Not surprisingly, the RKC course was extremely demanding mentally and physically, required extensive preparation, and, in spite of the high caliber of the individual it attracted, typically failed 30% of the students. In one in-house certification for a government agency, the failure rate was a record 82%—because the organization had not taken the warning about the elite nature of the course seriously.

Never content with being the best, RKC kept constantly polishing the chrome, collaborating with top scientists, medical professionals, and coaches like Professors Stuart McGill and Tom Fahey, Gray Cook, and Dr. John DiMuro.  In a little over a decade, the RKC instructor manual has seen 24 editions.

StrongFirst was started by Pavel Tsatsouline who developed the RKC curriculum and led the RKC organization on the field. StrongFirst has preserved the best RKC standards and traditions and it continues to improve on them. Consider that in order to graduate from our bodyweight training instructor course, a student must be able to do a strict one-arm pushup—and that is the ladies’ standard.

When we say “strength,” we mean StrongFirst.

What is HardStyle?

The HardSTYLE of Kettlebell Lifting Defined:

In the face of the kettlebell's growing popularity, Russian Kettlebell Challenge certified instructors [RKCs] hold down the fort as the original kettlebell certification in this country. Whereas the kettlebell is used primarily for high repetition jerks and snatches in it's native Russia, Pavel Tsatsouline has designed a program of weight training that uses the kettlebell as a means to enhance certain aspects of weight lifting, rather than as a goal for high numbers in Kettlebell Sport. Focusing on the high muscular tension techniques used by power lifters to lift massive amounts of weight, and the martial disciplines [kung-fu, etc.] use of power and relaxation to develop power endurance, Pavel has given the present ranks of kettlebell lifters an understanding of the premier tool for strength, strength endurance, flexible strength, and mental toughness. 'Intestinal fortitude' may have been a cute term the first time I heard the Philadelphia Flyer's color commentator belt it out to describe Ron Hextall, yet it oversimplifies Hard Style Kettlebell training and prevents the reader from delineating 'guts' from 'grit'. Having 'the guts' to bang out 5 more reps of a 185 pound bench press with despicable form while your buddy stands over you chanting 'Rocky' quotes will make you sore as heck the next day, but having the grit to set the weight down, retool your form, and hammer out another perfect set after some perfect sets have already been counted is what defines the reputation of a Hard Styler for their grit and common sense. Steve Baccari [Massachusets] RKC has said that 'more is not better, more is just more', please allow with me to break that down.

Hard Style kettlebell training employs the repeated use of power, a near maximal effort of max tension in minimum time, over everything else, including efficiency [David Whitley MasterRKC]. Russian kettlebell sport requires that 70 and/or 88 pound kettlebells be hoisted for maximum repetitions in ten minutes for series of both the snatch and the two kettlebell jerk. In order to put up comparable numbers to today's sport kettlebellers, you have no choice but to apply tactics and techniques which liken you, in spirit and in body, to a marathon runner or a triathlete. Glorious in their arena, yet far from the body that exudes strength through posture, peaceful composure, and muscular definition that can freeze and entire dance floor. Using the 'extended squeeze' techniques of power lifters, the breathing and relaxation match of a martial artist, and the operating smarts of a Force Reconnaissance Marine, you and your kettlebell will live happily ever after with hard muscles and a heart of elastic steel [Kenneth Jay]. A program which focuses on movements rather than muslce groups, and skill training as opposed to sets/reps, the Russian Kettlebell Challenge, the Hard Style of kettlebell training, uses pulling and pressing movements as well as grinding lifts and quick lifts, to balance out the athlete's control of thier muslces. Muscles move bones, bones form joints, joint angle changes and load transfers develop strength, which may then become your power, your wind, and your grit. Train the movements, not the muscle groups.