Athlete Strengthening

Why Are Whole Food Concentrates Better Than Synthetic Supplements for Athletic Strength Training?

What is Athlete Strengthening?

Athlete strengthening is a protocol that we would recommend for any athlete that is looking to strengthen themselves nutritionally.  As an athlete you are pushing you body to its limits.  Your internal organs need to have that support organs such as your heart, nerves, and other aspects like your hormones.  This helps to maximize your performance and to support your body.

What are symptoms that let me know I need athlete strengthening support?

We recommend athlete strengthening if you are finding it hard to recover.  Finding it harder to complete your training, out of breath, recovery of muscles is taking longer, imbalances through the body, and hormone imbalances.

Is there something I can do naturally for athlete strengthening?

Supplements can play a role in Athlete Strength Training. Supplements aid the body in its own ability to address shortfalls during rebuilding of muscle and other effects of athletic conditioning. By unleashing the Forbidden Doctor within, our protocols give support to a body healing itself.

Athlete Strengthening Protocol

Dr. Jack and Mary Stockwell, CGP, have a specific supplement protocol for Athlete Muscle Strengthening however we do not recommend nutritional support for non-patients using generic protocols. To access our Patient-Only content on The Forbidden Doctor website, you must start by filling out our free Symptom Survey. Dr. Stockwell and his staff will review and provide customized supplement protocols for each new patient entering our practice. These personalized protocols will save you money immediately by guiding you to only the supplements you need. Once you are a patient who has been evaluated, you will be granted access to the Patient Portal and all of our Symptom Library protocols, including this one. There will also be a treasure trove of forbidden information that’s been kept from you for at least 90 years.
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