We have staff that are educated in nutritional medicine that can explore the healing effects food has on the, mind and spirit. We encourage our members to enjoy a more holistic approach to their diet. Our nutritional therapist will consult with you regarding your dietetic history and ascertain any health or weight problems you may be experiencing due to poor eating habits. A weekly diet program can be designed to suit your needs and lifestyle.
The Endeavour Fitness Club caries a large variety of supplements and fitness snacks to pair with your workout programs. Learn more about our products below.
Protein Power Supplements
Proteins are large organic compounds made of amino acids. Protein has all kinds of uses in the body, not just muscle building. It is used as structural material for cells and tissues, keratin of skin and elastin of connective tissue to name a few. Protein supplementation plays a big role in providing essential building blocks that help regulate the body in an incredible number of ways. How much protein should you consume? The RDA is 0.8 grams per kg (.36 grams per lb.). Depending on your goal and which diet plan you follow, this number may seem a bit low. In fact, many experts have recommended consuming as much as 1 to 2 grams per pound of body weight per day.
Weight Loss Supplements
Take your body to the next level with Fat Loss and Energy Supplements! Fat burning supplements are designed to naturally increase metabolism and stamina while helping you lose weight. Whether your stomach looks like a six pack or a keg, fat loss supplements can help you get lean and stay lean!
Vitamins And Minerals
Whether you are shopping for vitamins to boost immunity, support healthy aging, are specific to men’s health and women’s health, or benefit heart and joint health, we have what you’re looking for. We carry a full line of vitamins, minerals, and wellness supplements to help you live healthy.
Muscle builders, muscle building or hypertrophy is the process of gaining muscle size and strength. The greatest boon to muscle building is proper nutrition, followed by training and rest. The supplement industry has been ever-changing in the muscle-building category. We’ve seen the rise of creatine, protein powders and prohormones and watched as the anabolic segment has been quite dynamic since the prohormone ban went into effect in 2004. As we cover creatine and protein powders elsewhere on this site, this category is geared toward prohormone-related supplements.