Sponsor Spotlight: GOOD4U Performance Drinks


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Good4U Energy DrinksMMAWeekly.com would like to welcome new sponsor GOOD4U Sports Nutrition on board.

Founded in 2009, GOOD4U Sports Nutrition spent the better part of two and a half years developing and tweaking the formula to create drinks that have a high level of efficacy, are 100% Natural, low in calories, and taste good.

But don’t just take our word for it, Shane Carwin, Chris Camozzi, Joe Rogan, Jason Ellis, and numerous other athletes have tried GOOD4U drinks and like them.

GOOD4U Drinks are available across Canada in GNC Retail stores and will be available everywhere in America through GNC.com. They are also nearly finished developing a line of GD4U Elite supplements that will be available before 2013.

No matter what your needs – endurance, recovery, calorie burning, or relaxation – GOOD4U Drinks has got you covered.

Support the companies that the support the sport… check out GOOD4U Drinks today!

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