Mt. Capra is pleased to sponsor Ben Greenfield from Spokane WA.

Ben holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in sports science and exercise physiology and is certified as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), a certified Sports Nutritionist by the International Society of Sport Nutrition. He has authored multiple books on metabolism, nutrition and fitness and is an expert in holistic wellness management. Ben serves on the Mt. Capra advisory board as well helps formulate new and exciting products from Mt. Capra.

With over 9 years experience in coaching professional, collegiate, and recreational athletes from all sports, Ben is the owner of Pacific Elite Fitness (pacificfit.net), Director of Sports Performance for Champions Sports Medicine (champsportsmed.com), and sits on the board of directors for championship Tri-Fusion triathlon team and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He offers free fitness, nutrition and wellness content at BenGreenfieldFitness.com!

Mt. Capra is proud to sponsor an athlete like Ben Greenfield!

Ben Greenfield currently recommends:

1. Capra Mineral Whey

2. Caprotein

3. Double Bonded Protein

4. S.D.R Sports Recovery Drink with: Solar Energy

5. Caprobiotics Advanced

6. Caprobiotics Plus

7. CapraColostrum

 

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