SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 26, 2013) - Sports analogies are used way too often in business, but MusclePharm Corp.'s (
The Life Sciences Report: You're a young CEO, now 33 years old. You founded MusclePharm Corp. after playing wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL). I'm wondering about your personal experience. Did you find nutritional supplements to be a big help to you as a college and pro football player? Do they really make a difference when added to standard training?
Brad Pyatt: I would say yes. Supplements support athletes who are at a high level and non-athletes just looking to increase their fitness. And though I wish there were such a thing, supplements are not miracle pills and powders.
If you have a good regimen of nutrition and training, supplements become the third plank of the program. Athletes and others will see a huge difference in performance, particularly with...
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