So you want to start a fitness program, and you have questions about all the supplements out there.
You might have even gone to a store and talked to a salesperson who no doubt recommended a huge pile of powders and pills—all guaranteed to make you fitter, healthier, stronger and leaner in no time at all!
We’re glad you clicked this link, because we can save you a lot of money.
When starting a fitness program, you really don’t need any supplements. All you need to do is start a program and stick with it.
And you do need one essential supplement: Smiles.
Supplement With Smiles—and Support
You really can’t start a fitness program without smiles. Because if training isn’t fun, you aren’t going to stick with it. Work in the gym is tough! But that doesn’t mean it has to be miserable. What if you actually wanted to work out? You’d do it more often, and you’d be healthier. That’s why we supplement fitness with fun at Capacity Fitness & Nutrition. And we do it at no additional charge!
Seriously: There are actually very few supplements that have been scientifically proven to be effective. Down the line, we might tell an experienced athlete about a few that will help a little, but right now, you’ll be better off just by working out, smiling and eating nutritious food regularly. (We can help with diet, too! Simple tip for right now: Focus on veggies and lean protein.)
So if your head is spinning because of all that talk about creatine, protein bars, fat burners, metabolism boosters, mass gainers, BCAAs, glutamine and all that other stuff, don’t worry about it right now.
All you need to do is try starting a fitness program and smiling.
We’ll tell you everything you need to do if you join Capacity Fitness & Nutrition. And we’ll even answer any specific supplement questions you have.
And, of course, we’ll give you a free smile that’s guaranteed to make fitness seem a little less complicated.
Click here to read how fitness shortcuts can hurt your health https://capacityfit.com/training/fitness-shortcuts-hurt/
Click here to order Harvard Medical’s report on starting a fitness program.
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