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Flinndal Sport delivers clean judo supplements

20 Jun 2019 14:05

   JudoInside.com / judo news, results and photos
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At Flinndal Sport we want to help you achieve your sporting goals. We do this by offering the best quality products with scientifically proven effects. In the world of sport supplements is it hard to find the best quality and nutritional value. At the major events such as European Games, World Championships and in fact any day, you want to take care of yourself to be at your best.

That’s why we have chosen for clean products with no bullshit and a clear label. Every batch is tested for purity and quality including a doping free certificate. Our product range is small and only the necessary supplements are available.

The products are for the 'next-level' athlete who is taking care of their body and wants to know the details of a supplement.

Therefore, our ambassadors Noel van 't End, Sanne van Dijke and Jorre Verstraeten use Flinndal Sport products to perform at their best.

The most essential supplements for a judoka are our whey protein isolate, creatine and magnesium. These supplements help you train harder, longer and recover faster. This is essential in order to perform at the highest level of sports.

When you first try our supplements, you will feel the difference and recognize it instantly. You will have more energy and less muscle soreness.

Do you want to achieve your goals, and do you want to have clean products without the bullshit that you don’t need? Check out our website 

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