“A Day in the Life of Ronnie”: Ronnie Coleman

(Read on to See Ronnie’s Personal Supplement Stack!)

Ronnie’s Training:

The highlight of Ronnie’s day is his training session. Everything else revolves around this. Ronnie’s training sessions take place Monday through Saturday at high noon. They last about two hours, and involve as many as three training partners.

The camaraderie inside the gym where Ronnie trains is as strong as Ronnie himself. It plays an essential part in keeping him motivated, as well as his training partners. As one partner put it, “It’s incredible…if you miss a day, then you’d better have a damn good excuse.”

While training, Ronnie and his partners move from one station to the next, each taking a spin on whatever machine or free-weight exercise they happen to be focusing on. They spot one another and offer motivation, often in the form of good-natured “taunting”. Being that Ronnie hoists the heaviest loads, he performs his sets last.

“I’ve been dreaming about lifting weight like this,” he informs the 450 pounds of iron plates that he’s about to hoist. He wraps his hands around the barbell and barks: “Yuh-uhp, yep-yep-yep, yuh-uhp!” And then he begins his grudge match with gravity. His nostrils flare. His muscles balloon. Their size and vascularity is sick. The whites of his eyes turn pink. Up and down the weights go, his muscles contracting rhythmically like pistons underneath. “Nine, 10, 11, 12….,” he counts, almost breathlessly, before finally, blessedly, the release comes. Clang. Blood surges into his fatigued muscles, making them even more swole.

Ronnie’s Diet: Boring, but it works

Besides the weight-training, each day Ronnie completes 45-60 minutes of treadmill walking, his cardiovascular exercise. Then, 12 weeks out from a major competition, he adds the other key elements to his regimen: a second round of cardio exercise and a diet that is far more about fuel than it is about excitement.

The purpose is to shred his body fat down to the bare minimum – to produce that dry “onion skin” look that we all seek, but that’s so hard to achieve. As he initiates his diet, Ronnie may weigh 330 pounds and carry less than 10% body fat. If everything goes as planned (and year after year, this has been the case), he’ll drop 60 pounds over the 12 weeks and emerge shredded to granite-hard perfection. And he’ll look like a monster.

The basic daily menu plan — consumed in six meals — features a huge quantity of lean meats (up to 5 pounds) and liquids (around 2 gallons); a moderate amount of starchy carbohydrates, such as rice and potatoes; and vitamin and mineral supplements to fill in the nutritional gaps.

Ronnie’s dietary counsel comes in the form of the well-known bodybuilding nutritionist, Chad Nicholls. “Only the most disciplined of athletes can endure the monotony of the diet”, he says, referring to the highly repetitious nature of Ronnie’s diet.

Don’t get me wrong, Ronnie admits to having cravings — doughnuts and cheesecake are two of his fantasy foods — while he’s on his diet. What makes Ronnie so different, however, is that he never cheats and barely ever complains.

Below Ronnie Coleman shares his diet and supplement regime with Rob Thoburn [BSN's senior marketing executive and scientific advisor]:

“Well Rob, actually my daily schedule is kinda boring, but I’ll run it down for you. My food intake in chronicled in my DVD, The Cost of Redemption. But here it goes:

10:30 a.m. is my first meal. I have:
3/4 cup of grits w/cheese
2 cups of egg whites

I have my BSN Nitrix (6 tablets) before this meal. After I eat my first meal I have 6 BSN Betalin capsules and 3 tablets Axis-HT.

I wait about 2 hours and before I workout I have 3 scoops of NO-Xplode. After I finish training I have 2 scoops of Cell Mass and 6 more tablets of Nitrix. I also have 2 cups of coffee with my breakfast. I also take my regular supplements like vitamin C, vitamin E, a multi-vitamin, mult-mineral, chromium, glucosamine, Co-Q10, liver tablets, Humanofort, Saw Palmetto, a prostate health supplement and some calcium.

My next meal is about 4 p.m. I’ll have one chicken breast with red beans and rice, kernel corn and a couple of slices of cornbread and water.

After this meal I will have another 6 capsules of BSN Betalin and 3 tablets of Axis-HT. This meal is at Black Eyed Pea, a restaurant.

My next meal is 7 p.m. I’ll have two chicken breasts with a baked potato and a glass of water. Before this meal I’ll have about another 6 tablets of BSN Nitrix. This meal is at the Black-Eyed Pea Restaurant.

My next meal is about 10 p.m., I’ll have a 9 oz filet mignon, 5 oz chicken breast, a baked potato and a side of french fries, I’ll have this with a glass of pink lemonade. After this meal I’ll have another 6 BSN Betalin capsules and 3 tablets of Axis-HT. This meal is at Outback Steakhouse.

At about 12 midnight I’ll have another 2 scoops of Cell Mass and about 1:30 a.m. I’ll have 4 scoops of BSN Lean Dessert protein making a shake. Banana Cream is my favorite. This is the last meal of the day so I’ll also take some more vitamin C, vitamin E, a multi-mineral, ZMA, DHEA and calcium.

My days are not that exciting; there are no business projects I’m currently working on. Normally my days are filled with answering e-mails and mailing photos and other things to fans who request them. I always watch my favorite TV show every morning, The Price Is Right.

I have season tickets to the Dallas Mavericks Basketball Team and I normally take my whole family to a Dallas Cowboys game where we rent a suite for the day. Normally it’s the Thanksgiving day game. I’m a single guy who lives alone so I tend to clean up around my house from time to time, I wash clothes, wash the dishes, sweep and mop the floors. A lot of my time is spent eating and driving to eat, not including the workout. So my day is still very full.

Chris Ferguson [BSN's president and chief product formulator] got me on a customized mass stack that includes Nitrix, NO-Xplode, Cell Mass, Betalin, Axis-HT and Lean Dessert Protein. This stack has worked the magic, that’s for sure. The gains come on fast, and they stay with you. I have not taken these supplements separately as I know they work best together -”stacked”. They have given me strength, muscle mass, joint pain relief, stamina, and I have been completely energized the whole time during my workouts. BSN owns the art and science of supplement stacking, as Chris proved with the stack he put me on personally.


10 Years of Excellence

The release of this latest edition of the ProSource Performance Nutrition Buyer’s Guide marks a decade of excellence and leadership in the sports nutrition industry. Since 1996, ProSource has been dedicated to providing bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts all over the world with the latest, most cutting-edge information on sports supplements and all other key methods of physique enhancement, including the latest techniques on training and diet.

Following are chronological highlights of some of the major innovations ProSource was involved with over the last ten years:

  • 1996 : Creatine Price Breakthrough
  • When a kilo of creatine was selling for $140 (or more), the buyers at ProSource set out on a mission to bring this super supplement within reach of all athletes. Thanks to a massive volume-purchasing deal, ProSource was able to slash the price by nearly 70% and quickly became the nation’s leading creatine discounter. While other mail-order discount catalogs were charging well over $100 per kilo, bodybuilders were ordering kilo’s from ProSource for as low as $50. And best of all, ProSource offered this price breakthrough on the world’s highest-quality-source–100% pure creatine from SKW labs in Germany.

  • 1997 : Exclusive Mail-Order Distributor of EAS
  • 1997 10 Years of ExcellenceIn 1997, during its heyday under the leadership of industry pioneer Bill Phillips, EAS was the hottest supplement line in the world. The only problem was their high-powered supplements were simply too expensive for many struggling athletes. At that time, ProSource was the first and only mail-order company authorized to distribute this premium line and offered them at huge discounts (up to 60% lower than retail stores). Back then virtually no other supplement distributor could get their hands on EAS products so consumers had basically two options: pay $98 at retail stores for their Betagen or get it from ProSource for less than $60.

  • Mid 1997 : Bodybuilding’s Ultimate Protein Source Discovered
  • When bodybuilders were getting bloated using low-grade, poorly processed whey concentrates, ProSource made a huge splash with the introduction of its NytroWhey protein formula, which was one of the first proteins in America made with pure top-grade whey isolate processed using the superior cross-flow micro-ultrafiltration method (as opposed to the cheaper ion-exchange or acid treated methods widely used by other manufacturers). Bodybuilders immediately noticed the difference using this super protein and NytroWhey quickly became one of the best-selling products on the market, and remains so today. Due to the high manufacturing cost of this superior protein, there are still only a few companies that use pure CFM whey isolate, even today.

  • 1998 : The First Distributor of Xenadrine-RFA-1
  • 1998 10 Years of ExcellenceWhen LEAN became the hallmark of the fitness craze, athletes were desperate for a product that could help them get there fast. In its search for a true thermogenic agent, proven to burn fat, ProSource was the first distributor to recognize the extraordinary potential of the brand-new, and then obscure, fat-burner Xenadrine-RFA-1. ProSource was in fact the FIRST distributor or retailer in the nation to offer this extraordinary product and offered it months before it was available anywhere else. And in our January 1998 catalog, we predicted this product would revolutionize the industry. Less than a year later, it became the all-time best-selling product of its kind.

    Over the next several years, our assumptions proved correct when numerous clinical trials confirmed its extraordinary efficacy. In fact, it remains to this day one of the most thoroughly tested products this market has ever seen. And even though it’s no longer on the market (Cytodyne replaced it with their EFX version a few years ago), it remains one of the most in-demand supplements in existence. Private individuals sell old bottles of RFA on e-bay for as much as $200 each.

  • 1999 : The Industry’s First Supplement Buyer’s Guide
  • 1999 10 Years of ExcellenceBy this time, the sports supplement industry had exploded and the market was flooded with literally thousands of new and unknown products. As a result, consumers were left scratching their heads as to which products to use. But the dilemma was soon solved with the release of the premier edition of the ProSource Performance Nutrition Buyer’s Guide. This was the first publication of its kind that provided consumers with objective, in-depth reviews and ratings on hundreds of supplements, while also featuring special feature articles on emerging new developments in the nutritional field. It turned out to be a major hit in the marketplace and went on to become one of our highest-read issues ever. Subsequently, we received literally thousands of letters from enthusiastic customers who used it as a roadmap to success in achieving their fitness goals.

  • 2001 : Anabolic Potential of New Isoflavones And More
  • This was another busy year for the researchers at ProSource. That year we were one of the first to identify and report on a number of new innovations that went on to become big hits in the industry, such as L-Dopa as a GH booster, methoxyisoflavone as an anabolic agent and cyclodextrin delivery systems, just to name a few. At the same time, we were one of the first to warn consumers of the dangers of triacana, GBL, and dinitrophenol (all three of which were taken off the market by the FDA shortly thereafter).

  • 2002 : Ephedra-Free Thermogenics
  • Even before the anti-’fat-burning legends of yesterday’ climate began heating up, the ProSource product testing team was busy scouring the globe for effective thermogenic alternatives. Our research led us to a combination of a specialized form of green tea, caffeine, methylxanthines, and tyrosine, which was first introduced here and eventually went on to form today’s most popular thermogenic stack (in fact, ProSource was the first to distribute an early generation of this stack two years earlier). This effective trio now forms the foundation of virtually every thermogenic product on the market today.

  • 2003 : Bodybuilding’s First Real Protein Bar
  • 2003 10 Years of ExcellenceBy this time, the market was literally flooded with protein bars, but what few athletes realized was that most of them were made up predominantly of low-grade, almost useless proteins such as gelatin. ProSource was the first to address this real dilemma by developing a protein bar that contained just pure cross-flow micro ultrafiltered whey protein isolate and milk protein isolate as its only protein sources. With the introduction of Supreme Protein bars, bodybuilding’s first truly nutritious and anabolic protein snack was created. As a result, word spread fast and these bars quickly became the best sellers in their category. As of today, they are still one of the only bars available made with pure, high-grade protein as its only source.

  • 2004 : A New Weight-Loss Revolution
  • 2004 10 Years of ExcellenceWith ‘fat-burning legends of yesterday’ gone, a noticeable void could be felt in the weight-loss category. But not for long. In its mission to find a weight-loss product that could deliver comparable results, the ProSource product testing team spent the better part of six months finding and testing literally hundreds of new, potential alternatives. In the summer of that year, when we received a prototype sample of Tetrazene ES-50 from BioQuest, we knew immediately that the void was about to be filled. A few weeks later, Tetrazene ES-50 was formally introduced here at ProSource months before it was available anywhere else. Tetrazene ES-50 quickly went on to earn the highest ratings ever in the diet category and has become the number-one-selling product of its kind out of hundreds of products in this ultra-competitive category.

  • 2005 : A Test Booster You Can Feel
  • 2005 10 Years of ExcellenceIn the wake of the prohormone ban, many manufacturers haphazardly rushed to the market hoping to fill the void with new, herbal-based test boosters. The problem was that many of these formulas were poorly designed and used inferior grade ingredients that just didn’t deliver the goods. At the same time, ProSource was busy diligently working with leading scientists in Bulgaria and other parts of Europe to develop something that could boost testosterone levels to a new high. Enter AndroTest. Before it was even formally introduced, the demand for this amazing new product literally exploded as word of its effectiveness spread like wild fire through the bodybuilding world. Today AndroTest is considered by many top researchers to be the most significant breakthrough in natural testosterone enhancement seen to date.

These highlights represent just a fraction of the many major industry innovations ProSource has been involved with over the past decade. As we now enter our second decade serving you, our research team is working diligently with other leading sports nutrition experts all over the world to continue to find new and even better ways to enhance athletic performance, improve body composition, and promote overall better health.

We at ProSource sincerely appreciate your loyal support over the past ten years and look forward to the opportunity to continue assisting you with your fitness and bodybuilding goals. Stay tuned–the best is yet to come!

The 2006 Ironman

The contestants of this year’s Ironman came in the form of the Davids versus the Goliaths. That is, some came in the form of 290-lb monsters hoping to tower their way to the front runner’s pole, only to be slingshot by their compact counterparts and finish looking as intimidating as Big Bird from Sesame Street.

In a battle for victory, it was clearly between the Muscle of Lee Priest and the condition of David Henry. Don’t get me wrong, Priest was in shape but Henry possessed the diced and diagonal lines and crevices that looked like they could hold a credit card within and pay out $ bills if you had bet on him to win. On this day it didn’t happen, as muscle seemed to be on the judges’ menu. But had the judges been on a completely fat-free diet, the Henry would have had the Ironman trophy sitting in his cabinet. It was that close!

230 The 2006 IronmanPriest was in the best shape he has ever revealed on US soil, but I had seen him tighter at the Australian GP last year. His lower body was tighter than past showings but unfortunately his back still suffers the shallow depths of muscularity needed in the larger shows. On this occasion, however, his overall package took home the spoils to notch up his third Pro win.

If Priest has a weakness in his back, then Henry sure knows how to exploit it. When he pulled his arms back prior to his rear lat spread it looked as though the crowd had previously thrown lumps of diced meat onto his frame to harvest a mountain of muscle. Look out for this kid in the future.

In third came pre-contest favorite and the guy many thought should have won last year. Troy Alves.

The evening prior to the show Troy looked full and ready to rock the Pasadena house. But a day later he looked a little soft and considerably flatter, looking ready to exit the house. Suffering the same condition as Dennis James, Troy always seems to have enough mass and shape in his pre-contest photos to suggest that the target he is about to hit has # 1 written all over it. Unlike last year, though, there was no doubting that he didn’t deserve a higher placing. Troy has such a pleasing frame that the letter X fits him perfectly and his potential to get in shape has yet to be tapped, but coming into the Ironman with soft glutes and hamstrings is no way to get the judges to grade favorably.

Kris Dim was another of the shorter competitors that managed to squeeze his large lats into the top four. Although Kris’s quads haven’t quite got the flare of a pair of Levi’s from the seventies his tear drops on his inner thigh look like they have been whimpering from many agonizing, leg-torturing workouts. His waist is so small that I have to question whether he in fact wears a corset in his spare time, and his lats are so wide and thick he looks like he could repel bullets from those wings of steel. I really like the shape and foundation that Kris has developed, but he needs a little more overall depth to create the illusion of added thickness. Also, a greater quad sweep could extenuate the V taper this amazing athlete holds.

206 The 2006 IronmanDuring the weigh-in, I took a close-up picture of Mark Dugdales‘ quads. I did the same on the day of the show. Unfortunately the latter photo was less impressive. Looking back, it seems that the stomach virus he was to suffer the next day was already settling in and starting to hold water under the skin. However, Mark was still sliced and full and freakish. Stand-out poses were the crab shot, which gave amazing effect to his roundly capped shoulders, and his side chest pose, which resembled that of a certain Governor of California. With his flawless presentation, Mark Dugdale rounded out the top five perfectly.

33 The 2006 IronmanIn sixth place was the huge Jordanian Mustafa Mohammed who was definitely bigger than the contestants standing in his way. The mass he carries sits upon him perfectly. He has a thickly solid and rugged shape that looks very pleasing in its presentation and posing. Judging by the cheers Mustafa received, he is certainly a crowd favorite and he gladly soaked up every minute of it. But this wasn’t enough to move him up a placing and many thought that based on his soft appearance, sixth place was a little too generous. His size alone cannot be ignored and in no way, shape or form has this spoilt his physique. Yes he was off, but every time he flexed those quads, striations were apparent from top to bottom and the crowd loved it. It was very hard to judge Mustafa because of his condition but it seems that he has put on some size since we saw him last.

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The 2006 Europa Super Show

By Kris Gethin

Europa ShowImagine the situation. You and a bunch of friends sit down at a Texas steak house and all order the same meal. But when your food is served, you notice all the steaks display a remarkable inconsistency. Some are fatty slabs, others are lean, whilst others are just a composite of both extremes. This best describes the overall judging criteria that were handed out over the weekend at the Texas Super Show.

In the women’s bodybuilding category held on the Friday night, a soft but muscular Heather Foster took home victory whilst Marika Johansson was so ripped to the bone that even her rival competitors were scratching their heads over why she wasn’t requested until the fifth callout.

According to Quincy Taylor, these abnormalities spilt over to the men’s bodybuilding competition held on the following evening. “I could’ve easily come in bigger like I have in the past, but that appearance has always gotten me overlooked. This time I did exactly what the judges asked from me and brought my striated glutes, a ripped and bigger back and desert-dry conditioning, but they screwed me. They tell me they want me 5 Ibs heavier for next weekend’s Montreal Pro Show,” said a very unhappy Q.T., who was handed the runners-up card.

I’m not sure if Quincy was ripped off, but he was definitely ripped. At 6’2″, he is a daunting eclipse but his short clavicles at that height make him look slightly narrow when standing next to some of the top-tiered athletes. One such person who did this was eventual victor Toney Freeman. Toney was even wider than in the past and his quads displayed more flare than a pair of Levi’s from the 1970′s. He was sharper than in past showings and the judges took note of this in awarding Tony his first Pro win.

Rounding out the top three was home town hero Johnnie Jackson. A considerable amount of Texan prime beef has been added to Jackson’s wheels that in the past had been the subject of debate. His calves are still a weak point, but his rugged upper body’s fullness more than makes up for this. He was a lot sharper than in his earlier contests this year, which proves that you don’t need a diet guru to control the nutritional aspect at this level of competition. If JJ had been a shade tighter, many predicted that he could’ve been a deserved winner.

Contest favorite Darrem Charles was shocked with the announcement that he wasn’t going to make the top three on the podium standings. Again Darrem was hard from the front but was caught faltering from the back. This was a repeat of the Denver and N.Y. shows earlier this year, but this has got progressively worse as contest fatigue has started to rear its ugly head. Charles will always be judged on past condition and if his condition barometer isn’t up to his highest altitude, then the judiciary will let him fall like a lead balloon.

Art Atwood hasn’t got the prettiest physique and his symmetry is as far out as a Cheech and Chong movie, so there were many gasps heard when he was requested to join the first of the symmetry callouts. To give him his due, Art was in great shape and has appeared to make attempts as of late to tone down his physique. But with the genetics he has been handed, this will be an uphill struggle for the Canadian. Fifth place for Art was a generous gift especially when you have guys like Silvio Samuel snapping at your heels.

Apart from the coat of Dream Tan that Samuel painted onto himself backstage, he was a hard athlete to fault. He was the most balanced competitor in the field and his muscle bellies were at bursting point. After the show he told me he had shaved off an additional 5 lbs of fat since the N.Y. Pro, which in turn made him look like he had added 5 lbs of muscle. Silvio will be a force to be reckoned with if the judging panel decides to stick to the revised mandate.

In conclusion, the show ran without any hitches and entertainment was top-notch with Lonnie Tepper handing out laughs all weekend as the show’s MC.

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The Arnold Sports Festival is a celebration of all things fitness — and ProSource was on hand to be a part of it.

Arnold Classic - DexterColumbus morphed into a land of giants the weekend of March 3-5 as the Arnold Schwarzenegger Sports Festival rolled into town. Hundreds of thousands of people converged on the Ohio capital to not only see the Arnold Classic bodybuilding contest — the centerpiece of the event, now in its 18th year — but tons of other sports competitions as well, from archery to volleyball, powerlifting to cheerleading, karate to table tennis.

At the Classic Saturday evening, Dexter Jackson defended the title he won last year, earning straight firsts on the judges– scorecards in a battle that arguably could have gone to anyone in the top four. Jackson, known as “The Blade” for his absolutely stellar conditioning, actually wasn’t as spot-on as usual, but still had enough cuts — along with his 223 pounds of aesthetic muscular mass — to overcome the other contenders. In second was a ripped and massive Branch Warren, while New York’s Victor Martinez took third, and 2005 Mr. Olympia Challenge Round winner Gustavo Badell finished fourth.

Of course, Arnold himself made an appearance on Friday and Saturday night, continuing his traditional Columbus trek even with the slew of duties he has as Governor of California. On Friday, he squeaked into the Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium with seconds to spare — racing cross country by jet after fulfilling gubernatorial duties during the day — and crowned three women’s champions: Adela Garcia in the Fitness International, Mary Elizabeth Lado in the Figure International, and Iris Kyle in the Ms. International. Garcia and Kyle both earned back the hardware they won in 2004 — Garcia lost to Jen Hendershott last year, who this time around dropped to third, while Kyle sat out last year’s Ms. I to focus on the Olympia.

Both nights, the packed houses were electric, buzzing about the talent-rich lineups in all four contests. And when Schwarzenegger strolled onstage, the place went wild, proving that he’s still the most revered athlete in bodybuilding history.

bw1 VIEW TO A CLASSICMeanwhile, at the Columbus Convention Center Friday, Saturday and Sunday, every imaginable fitness product in the world was on display during the Arnold Fitness Expo. As usual, attendance was absolutely unbelievable as people crammed into the hall for their share of free supplement samples, T-shirts, and of course to rub elbows with the top names in bodybuilding, fitness and figure, along with Ultimate Fighters, NFL football players, and other top-level athletes. The ProSource booth was mobbed all day long as we handed out literally thousands of the new Buyer’s Guides. Word is out that this is the hottest issue ever and the ProSource staff had difficulty keeping up with the stampede of anxious customers. If you were not fortunate enough to attend the Arnold and get your free copy, just order it off our site now and see what all the excitement’s about.

For the first time in its history, the Festival expanded to the Nationwide Arena and the Dispatch Ice Haus, home of the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets. The venues hosted eight events, including tae kwon do, judo, figure skating, speed skating and the Friday Night Fights/Gracie Fighting Championships, featuring boxing and mixed martial arts matches. The great Smokin’ Joe Frazier was presented the Arnold Classic Lifetime Achievement Award by Schwarzenegger as part of Friday night’s program, a highlight for anyone lucky enough to have been in the audience.

vm1 VIEW TO A CLASSICFor those of you who have never attended an Arnold Weekend to see the entire spectacle for yourself, it’s certainly time for you to reconsider and make the trip next March. When the population of this historical midwestern town swells with fitness fanatics every year, the residents always put their best face forward; it’s large enough metropolis to host such a huge affair, yet small enough to be quaint and easy to get around. Admittedly, the weather can be a factor sometimes — this year wasn’t too bad, with just a touch of flurries on Thursday and daytime highs in the upper 30s throughout — but the local scene has a lot to offer if you know where to look. For instance, just past the Convention Center on High Street is a bustling nightlife in the Short North Arts District, where there are a number of great restaurants to eat after the shows are over. And on the south end of town is the German Village, where you will find a number of German-style restaurants and bars. Within walking distance of the venues is City Center, a full-scale mall that represents one of numerous points of shopping interest. The Arnold Weekend may have begun many years ago as a destination of hardcore bodybuilding aficionados, but now, newly dubbed the Arnold Sports Festival, it has become not only that but so much more. For bodybuilding and sports nuts, it is truly a fan’s paradise.

The ProSource Buyer’s Guide Takes The Gold At The Arnold!

By the size of the crowd you would think Arnold himself was giving away blocks of gold at the ProSource booth. Well, it wasn’t Arnold giving away gold, it was the ProSource girls giving away the 2006 ProSource Buyer’s Guide! Literally thousands of customers, new and old, swarmed the booth for 3 days straight shoving their way to the front to make sure they left the show with their copy. Packed full of articles, research updates, Q&A’s, hot new products, great prices, and so much more, the 10th anniversary edition appeared to be the hit of the show. arnold4 VIEW TO A CLASSICWell what were some of the products and topics in the Buyer’s Guide that got top honors at the Arnold? The popular, high potency testosterone booster AndroTest by ProSource seemed to take center stage, and standing beside it was Tetrazene ES-50, the top selling fat burner by BioQuest. In a close 3rd was the most popular whey isolate protein of all time, NytroWhey Extreme. Another hot topic was how low the prices on the top selling brands are. ProSource is selling the popular BSN products at shockingly low prices. InStone, EAS, and Muscle Tech prices are blowing the competition away, and just about every other brand and product in the Buyer’s Guide is the lowest in the industry!

To sum it all up, 10 years of exceptional service, huge product selection, unbeatable prices, and hundreds of thousands of loyal, satisfied customers, is why ProSource is the industry’s leading sport supplement distributor.

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