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High Performance Athletes Using the Herbalife Programmes

Take a look at our facebook page featuring elite performers using the Herbalife Nutrition Programmes = High Performance Athletes.

Else Lautala – Three Times Fitness World Champion.

Carolina Kostner – Wins Gold at Ice Dancing Grand Prix.

Tania Cagnotto – Gold Medal 1m  European Diving Championship, Italy.

Rachel Cadman – The first woman to complete the Enduroman Arch to Arc Challenge. Thats a 87 mile run to the English Coast, 21 mile swim across the English Channel and followed that by cycling 181 miles to Paris.

Reducing Body Fat % from 14% to 10%

Tips from Nicole on how she reduced her body fat percentage from 14% to 10%. Workout every day plus Herbalife Nutrition. Two shakes a day, two snack and one meal. Eat 5/6 times a day, every 2-3 hours.

At Herbalife we focus on getting measurable results. Do all health clubs and gyms provides such results?

Tom Holland | Exercise Physiologist

Tom Holland is an exercise physiologist committed to helping people better their lives through fitness and through his message of “Believe in Yourself.” He has encouraged and coached thousands of people to reach their fitness goals; from losing weight to climbing mountains, running marathons and completing Ironman triathlons.

Tom is the author of Beat the Gym: Personal Trainer Secrets Without the Personal Trainer Price Tag [William Morrow 2011] The Marathon Method [Fair Winds Press 2007] and The 12-Week Triathlete: Train for a Triathlon in Just Three Months [Fair Winds Press 2005].

He is the host of the 10 DVD series Supreme 90 Day, co-host of Herbalife’s 12 DVD fitness program and the Abs Diet Workout.

 

Nutrition For Tennis

Exciting sports sponsorship news:  Fernando Verdasco,  Welcome to Team Herbalife!

Herbalife offers superior nutrition to keep tennis players performing at their peak. This nutrition benefits in Herbalife® products can increase energy, improve endurance, provide focus and speed up recovery.

Bodybuilders Diet Plan

“As a personal trainer for over 15 years I have used many supplements in my bodybuilding diet plan. I have always tried to rely mainly on a healthy diet and was finding I had protein supplements that I would simply not finish. The reason being I was reluctant to substitute good nutrition with empty calories. ‘Empty’ calories in-so-far as lacking micro nutrient support for the macro nutrient content.

I have been perfecting my craft as much as I can in recent times to get into competitive condition and maintain that year around. Herbalife has dramatically helped me in my quest as I initially under went a digestive cleanse in order to optimise nutrient absorption, taking Fibre Bond and Fibre & Herb over the course of the first three weeks. I then took just the Herbs and Fibre in order to maintain non water soluble fibre levels in the diet that are particularly difficult to get into the diet and have continued this since and take Fibre Bond if eating out.

Between meals and after training I take Formula 1 shakes, the carb rich protein mix is perfect for my needs as a post training meal to hike carbohydrate sensitivity in the muscles for a couple of hours, importantly replacing lost glycogen allow muscle developments. I take a smaller amount of Formula 1 prior to training with a good scoop of whey and soy Protein mix, in order to maintain muscle mass as muscles deplete during my subsequent training session. The mix of soy and whey raises the biological values of proteins. Between meals I mix the Formula 1 similarly.

I take the Cell Activator Vitamin B supplement at the minute which has dramatically improved my mood and, seemingly, my protein synthesis as I gained considerable lean muscle mass having started my own training again two weeks ago.

I have always enjoyed healthy eating as my mother is a food scientist and I have been researching the subject for the last 5 years. The supplements in the Herbalife range are ones that I put my trust in and know with the micro nutrient content support my own healthy diet allowing me to train intensely and achieve sustained results.

Feeling healthier in and out is my quest and I can achieve this a whole lot easier now than I have ever in my career.”

Neil Anderson BA HONS, CNI, REPS, EREPS, NASM