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Wellness is more than just the absence of illness. It’s finding your path to take ownership of your health. Maxwell Nutrition is the first step on that path.


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Young Athletes: A Swimmers Risk to Overtraining Injury


It’s estimated that in the U.S., five million young athletes compete on high school swim teams – with an additional 336,000 competing on club teams. According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), between 2015-2016, 22,000 college swimmers were participating in competitive leagues. Master level swimmers, who may reenter to… Read More

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MaxWell Nutrition Creatine Monohydrate


MaxWell Nutrition's Creatine Monohydrate is dietary supplement used both pre- and post-workout that may help improve athletic performance. Creatine monohydrate can help increase lean muscle mass by reducing muscle breakdown during intense athletic activity.

Micronized for Fast Absorption*

60 serving per container; Manufactured in the USA

Mix one scoop (5g) with juice or a carbohydrate drink

No Fillers or Additives

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Maximum Wellness, Episode 114: Young Swimmers Are at Increased Risk to Overtraining Injury


It’s estimated in the U.S. that five million young athletes compete on high school swim teams – with an additional 336,000 competing on club teams. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), says between 2015-2016, 22,000 college swimmers were participating in competitive leagues. Master level swimmers, who may reenter to compete in the sport at an older age, number about 65,000.

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Maximum Wellness, Episode 114: Young Swimmers Are at Increased Risk to Overtraining Injury


It’s estimated in the U.S. that five million young athletes compete on high school swim teams – with an additional 336,000 competing on club teams. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), says between 2015-2016, 22,000 college swimmers were participating in competitive leagues. Master level swimmers, who may reenter to compete in the sport at an older age, number about 65,000.

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