This is how the WNBA player Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm integrates Vitargo into her practices, games, and post recovery routines.
“It is pretty simple. Vitargo is my mainstay. I’ve been using Vitargo now for close to 10 plus years. It started out as a game day thing before every game. I actually use three scoops now. I’ve graduated to this. So I use three scoops 30-40 minutes before the game. I’ll drink half of that (about a scoop in a half and you gotta shake and shake that thing for no clumps). I then drink the other half at halftime.
For my routine on practice days, if I know we’re going to have like a really hard training practice, same thing but more like two scoops. I’ll just take it right before practice. I don’t need the halftime thing.
As far as recovery goes, especially on a game like today, I am probably not going to eat for anywhere between an hour plus after because I have to shower and have the media. So I’ll mix a little bit of protein and one scoop of Vitargo to hold me over until I get my food.”
And do you feel good?
“I mean 10 plus years? I would have stopped in I didn’t feel great, you know.”
– Straight from WNBA player Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm (Powered by Vitargo – Pregame, during the game, and for post-game recovery.)
About Sue Bird
Suzanne Brigit Bird (born October 16, 1980) is an Israeli-American professional basketball player for the Seattle Storm of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). Bird was the first overall pick of the 2002 WNBA Draft. She also played for multiple basketball teams outside of the United States.
In high school, she was the New York State Player of the Year, the New York Daily News Player of the Year, and a WBCA All-American. In her senior year at undefeated UConn in 2002, she won the Wade Trophy and the Naismith Award as College Player of the Year. She finished her UConn career ranked first in three-point field goal percentage and free throw percentage, second in assists and steals, and as a three-time winner of the Nancy Lieberman Award as the top point guard in the nation, while leading her team to a record of 114–4.
Bird has won two WNBA championships (2004, 2010), four Olympic gold medals, (2004, 2008, 2012, 2016), and led the WNBA in assists three times (2005, 2009, 2016). She has also been selected to eleven WNBA All-Star teams and eight All-WNBA teams. Bird is one of nine women to win an Olympic Gold Medal, an NCAA Championship, and a WNBA Championship. In 2011, she was voted by fans as one of the WNBA’s Top 15 Players of All Time and was voted into the WNBA Top 20@20 as one of the league’s Top 20 Players of All Time.
Sue Bird Social Media Profiles
Sue Bird – WNBA Profile http://www.wnba.com/player/sue-bird/
Sue Bird on Twitter (@S10Bird) https://twitter.com/S10Bird
Sue Bird Instagram (@S10Bird) https://www.instagram.com/sbird10/?hl=en
GQ.com Article: https://www.gq.com/story/real-life-diet-sue-bird
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