The Inside Story On Floyd Mayweather Supplements
Move over Muhammad Ali. You may have to share your spot as the ‘greatest’ with another great boxer. Floyd Mayweather has won no fewer than 12 world titles and was never defeated during his professional boxing career. He’s also a world champion in five divisions and holds lineal championships in 4 weight classifications. As well as holding a number of Fighter of the Year and Best Fighter awards.
Many authorities in fact rate him as one of the greatest athletes in the sport of boxing yet seen. Certainly he’s one of the highest paid – in 2014 and again in 2015 Forbes listed him as the highest paid athlete anywhere in the world.
Floyd created his own boxing promotional company in 2007 called appropriately Mayweather Promotions. He’s retired several times to concentrate on running his company but has come out of retirement a few times to take on emerging champions. And beaten them.
However, he’s not getting any younger and coming in and out of retirement to fight would be taking its toll on his body. We had also noticed that as he got older, he was putting on weight which would be getting harder and harder to get rid of.
When we were given details of his workout routine early in 2016, we were amazed by the intensity of what he puts his body through to get where he is. But we were also left with the impression that his success is not just due to his workout regime, impressive though it is.
And eventually he admitted that his ‘remedy’ is a muscle building supplement stack popular with both athletes and celebrities alike due to its ability to promote muscle building whilst burning away fat deposits at the same time. Which explains why he was able to lose weight so quickly yet gain nearly as much in muscle without putting his body into catabolic response.
And these supplements? Read on for our report on the Floyd Mayweather supplements ….
Are there “Floyd Mayweather Supplements”?
Well, it turns out that these (what we like to call them) Floyd Mayweather supplements are all perfectly legal and nothing sinister at all! However it does give those taking it a bit of an ‘unfair’ advantage because it allows them to build up lean powerful muscle and shed excess fat like lightening.
Sure, Floyd Mayweather works out like crazy (in preparation for the McGregor Fight on August 25, 2017) but it’s this secret addition to his daily diet that seems to be helping him maintain the power and strength he needs to remain at the top of his game. Here is our report on our findings….