Sport Multi Supplement Nutrition

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SportMulti is a multi-vitamin and mineral supplement for athletes. We made SportMulti® because we believe that every athlete should take a multivitamin and mineral supplement designed to address the unique needs of our bodies under the added stresses of training and competition. A high potency and complete multi-vitamin and mineral supplement in its most bioavailable form should be the foundation of an athlete's nutrition program to help reach optimum performance and maintain overall good health.

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what multi vitamin/supplement do you take daily?

Ive been taking kirkland premium performance multi vitamin for the last 2 or 3 yrs. Now I am about to finish this last bottle. I dont take any other supplement. With so many supplement out there, I am not sure which one to get. Honestly, I couldn't really feel the benefit, but overall I am a he ... Read More »

Which helmet light to supplement Magic Shine 808e for night riding

Just ordered a Magic Shine 808e with wide angle lens that I plan to run mounted on my bar. I was looking into a supplemental light, but thought another 808e would be overkill (and expensive). Ideally I'd like to stay [B]under $50[/B] for the second light, and the [B][U]Magic Shine 838B[/U][/ ... Read More »

Reccomended Before During and After Supplement

I know there are plenty of supplements out there, unfortunatley I have very little knowledge when it comes to this subject. I'm 19, 6'0", 175lbs. I do some weight lifting, nothing crazy. I plan to continue weight lifting combined with my CC riding. I have changed my perspective and am trying to ... Read More »

Joint supplement?

What brand would you recommend for Glucosamine, Chondroitin, and MSM? There are so many out there but not sure which one to get. Thanks in advance?Read More »

Burning legs - a supplement solution?

I have noticed that my reason for bailing on a climb is usually not heavy breathing, and not leg strength, but leg pain. Others I ride with seem to not have the burning problem as much. It might just be a simple muscle endurance problem, but I'm wondering if anyone uses a supplement that helps wit ... Read More »

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