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Supplements and why you really do need them.

by Louise Burrell July 01, 2014

Whenever you read about improving sports performance, diet and supplementation are inevitably discussed. At the Wodrobe we believe in helping you achieve your best self in and out of the box and supplements certainly have their part to play in improving performance and recovery.  Here’s what Thomas Rode, Paleo Michelin chef and PurePharma expert has to say on the matter:

“I know the importance of healthy, balanced and nutritious food, based on proper raw materials produced with care by decent people to ensure a stronger foundation of micronutrients. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the food we have access to in the modern society does not meet these needs, so it is important to supplement your diet with the necessary micronutrients.”

What Thomas, and many others will know is that when you train hard your body needs not just good nutrition, but excellent nutrition if you are to recover right to ensure you perform well tomorrow, and the next day. Modern foods simply don’t cut it meaning that without supplementation, neither will you! If only you could see all the extra gains, reps and PB’S you’re missing out on and what a difference they might make!

Check-out our PurePharma range here at The Wodrobe. These products are simple, effective and attested to by some pretty big names so leave no stone un-turned in your pursuit of excellence.

Louise Burrell
Louise Burrell


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