Special Promotion – Free 1lb of Xtreme Protein

23 09 2013

For a limited time XCAP Sport Supplements,  used and recommended by MMA Legend Randy Couture, is offering with every order of 4Ever Greens we are giving you one (1) container of Xtreme Protein!

Combine the Greens and Protein together with 20 oz. of water with a fresh banana and you have a complete recovery drink that is all Natural.

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Benefits of 4Ever Greens

Greens products have gained popularity as a means to incorporate high amounts of antioxidants, and add a considerable increase to the number of daily servings of fruits and vegetables.  Green drinks have been
accredited to having an alkalinizing effect on the body. Our Greens are equivalent to six (6) servings of vegetables per scoop!

Benefits of Xtreme Protein

Xtreme Protein from XCAP is produced using a natural, ultra-low temperature micro-filtration method.
The result is a product supplying a full balance of bioactive whey proteins, with an excellent amino acid profile.

For more information on XCAP Supplements please visit our site http://www.xcap.tv.

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XCAP’s Whey Isolate and Powerade Zero: A Tasty Combination

13 05 2011

With the weather warming up and swimsuit season fast approaching (if not already here for some), XCAP offers a quick and easy suggestion to help you shave a couple of inches from the midsection and rehydrate from the heat. A couple of scoops of XCAP’s Whey Isolate, mixed with Powerade Zero, is a quick, easy and tasty way to help reach your goals.

This formula will give you about one carb, 20 grams of the purest protein on the market and the complete profile of BCAA’s. Simply choose your favorite flavor of Powerade Zero, take a couple of drinks until you have the fluid level to a little below the top of the label, dump a couple of scoops of XCAP’s Whey Isolate into the bottle and shake it up. Because XCAP only uses the purest ingredients and doesn’t add any fillers, the protein will dissolve and you will be left with a refreshing and healthy “super-beverage.”

This convenient and healthy drink can be customized to your own tastes.  Looking to aid recovery from a grueling workout? Add a third scoop of protein. Want to be the healthiest person in the office? Put a scoop of 4Ever Greens into the recipe. Busy schedule? No problem! You can make these drinks whenever you have some extra time and store them away until you need them.

This is one of many combinations that XCAP’s Whey Isolate can be included with. XCAP is curious to hear some of the recipes that you have come up with using the Whey Isolate and/or the4Ever Greens. Be creative. Respond in the comments section with your best original recipe using XCAP products. If we try it and like it, we will detail it in an upcoming blog and you will receive a free XCAP T-shirt.

XCAP is Randy Couture’s Athletic Pharmaceutical line of supplements. Detailed descriptions of the products and all corporate contact information can be found online at www.xcap.tv.





Buy Randy Couture’s UFC 129 Warmup T-Shirt by XCAP

19 04 2011

Now available – Randy Couture’s UFC 129 OFFICIAL warmup T-Shirt by XCAP.

On sale for just $13.99 on the XCAP Online Store  (http://www.xcap.tv/Shop_Tshirt-CoatOfArms_WHT.asp)

or get for FREE with orders over $50!





XCAP Launches in The UK

10 03 2011

XCAP is now conveniently located in The United Kingdom.  Expect that your supplements will be shipped to you with ease and efficiency.  Check out www.XCAPUK.com and also Xtreme Couture UK on Facebook.





XCAP Gives Away Free Spot in Randy Couture’s Training Camp – Yes FREE

14 02 2011

Xtreme Couture Athletic Pharmaceuticals (XCAP) is proud to present  a once in a lifetime opportunity to join Hall of Fame MMA fighter, 6x UFC champion and Hollywood actor Randy “the Natural” Couture  at a 3 day training and fitness camp held at Xtreme Couture MMA fitness center in Las Vegas, NV.

There will be 8 hours of instruction over 3 days focusing on Submission Grappling, Striking, Muay Thai and Wrestling as they apply to MMA.

As a bonus to the campers, Randy has invited his top boxing coach Gil Martinez and head submission grappling coach Neil Melanson to join the camp.

Randy will talk to the group about mental skills as well as an autograph signing and photo session on Sunday to wrap up the class.

All sessions will be followed by a Q&A session.

The Xtreme Camp is open to people of all skill levels.

Click Here to Enter for a Chance to Win!!





XCAP’s Gian Villante: Football’s ‘10 Times’ More Dangerous Than MMA

10 02 2011

After tryouts with various NFL teams didn’t work out, Gian Villante  decided to try something he sees as safer: MMA.

“I feel like football’s 10 times more dangerous and savage than MMA is,” Villante said Monday on the Sherdog Radio Network’s “Beatdown” show. “I’ve got 10 times worse injuries playing football than I did with MMA.”  Villante recently trained at Xreme Couture, MMA.

The 25-year-old native of Wantagh, N.Y., was a standout linebacker at Hofstra University. Since transitioning to fighting, he has compiled a 7-1 record and earned prospect status as Ring of Combat’s heavyweight champion. He fights Chad Griggs on Saturday in an alternate bout for Strikeforce’s heavyweight tournament.

“In [MMA], we have weight divisions. We see the shots that are coming,” Villante said. “In football, you don’t see it. It’s a 400-pound guy coming as fast as a car can move sometimes, and you don’t see him. He’s coming to clean your clock, and you’re not even looking at him. … That’s why these guys are getting these head injuries and shoulders are dislocating and all that stuff.”

Villante has cleaned a few clocks himself. All seven of his wins have been finishes, including a knockout via a head kick. Clearly the athleticism he used on the football field has translated to the ring.

“If we don’t feel like we’re getting the right opportunity somewhere, why not take your talent somewhere else? Football players, most of us are pretty good athletes,” Villante said. “Big, strong guys that are explosive, fast athletes. In mixed martial arts, that bodes well for knockout power.”

Of course, Villante was not just a football player. He also wrestled at Hofstra.

“I think wrestling’s very important too,” he said. “If you get a guy who just played football and has no wrestling experience, you’re going to have some trouble in there. I think that’s where it kind of helped me mix in and start off my career real fast and in the right direction.”

Villante has a two-year, six-fight deal with Strikeforce. Although he sees his future in the light heavyweight division, he said the alternate matchup against Griggs and a possible slot in the heavyweight tournament was too good to pass up.

“Chad Griggs isn’t a huge heavyweight,” Villante explained. “He’s 235, I believe. Nothing too big. He’s a guy that I think is a good fight for me.”

Griggs is coming off an upset win over Bobby Lashley last August. Villante was impressed with the fact that Griggs was not scared of his larger opponent.

“He’s a guy that comes to fight,” Villante said. “I’m not going to intimidate him if I flex at him because I guess Bobby Lashley is a little bigger than I am. … I think you can expect fireworks because we’re two guys that have pretty much finished every fight we’ve been in.”

Villante is expecting another finish and another win on Saturday as well.

“Like a football linebacker, if I see a hole, I’m going to go through. If I see an opening, if I see a guy hurt, I’m going to finish it,” Villante said. “If I get on him and I can catch him with something early, then I’m not going to take it easy. I’m going to try to finish the fight right away.”

Listen to the full interview (beginning at 1:33:20) with Villante, who also discussed a possible matchup against Alistair Overeem should he enter the tournament.

Posted by Sherdog Staff February 9, 2011





Vitamin D improves Testosterone

25 01 2011

I have been saying for several years that when I give patients Vitamin D, it improves their hormone levels.  Now, here is some research to back it up.  Dr. John Fitzgerald, Blood Doc John

Effect of Vitamin D Supplementation on Testosterone Levels in Men.

Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Medical University of Graz, Austria.

Abstract

The male reproductive tract has been identified as a target tissue for vitamin D, and previous data suggest an association of 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D] with testosterone levels in men.

We therefore aimed to evaluate whether vitamin D supplementation influences testosterone levels in men.

Healthy overweight men undergoing a weight reduction program who participated in a randomized controlled trial were analyzed for testosterone levels. The entire study included 200 nondiabetic subjects, of whom 165 participants (54 men) completed the trial.

Participants received either 3 332 IU vitamin D daily for 1 year or placebo. Initial 25(OH)D concentrations were in the deficiency range (<50 nmol/l) and testosterone values were at the lower end of the reference range (9.09-55.28 nmol/l for males aged 20-49 years) in both groups. Mean circulating 25(OH)D concentrations increased significantly by 53.5 nmol/l in the vitamin D group, but remained almost constant in the placebo group.

Compared to baseline values, a significant increase in total testosterone levels (from 10.7±3.9 nmol/l to 13.4±4.7 nmol/l; p<0.001), bioactive testosterone (from 5.21±1.87 nmol/l to 6.25±2.01 nmol/l; p=0.001), and free testosterone levels (from 0.222±0.080 nmol/l to 0.267±0.087 nmol/l; p=0.001) were observed in the vitamin D supplemented group.

By contrast, there was no significant change in any testosterone measure in the placebo group. Our results suggest that vitamin D supplementation might increase testosterone levels.