by Tony Gjokaj December 28, 2020 2 min read

When everything else is in check, supplements augment your lifestyle.

Although we sell supplements first and foremost, we honestly recommend our readers to fine tune their Big Four before adding supplements to their arsenal.

The Big Four (abbreviated as HENS) are:

  • Habits: Your attitude and habits ultimately define you. Bad habits = bad results.
  • Exercise: Exercise consists of not only physical exercise, but mental. 
  • Nutrition: Proper and flexible nutrition are paramount towards a healthy relationship with food.
  • Sleep: Sleep is essential for proper mind & body recovery.

If you check out our website articles, we have pretty much everything you need about getting your HENS in check.

If we make these four "non-negotiables" in our life, then we can ultimately focus on constant or continuous improvement.

Working to reforge yourself daily.

Supplements Augment Your Lifestyle

Augment - To make something greater by adding to it. To make something larger or more intense.

At Reforged, we believe our supplements (or elixirs) augment your lifestyle when everything else is in check.

There is one caveat with our supplements: they augment what lifestyle you currently have. If you have built a strong foundation towards the previously mentioned big four, supplements will work more effectively for you.

Some supplements could potentially be optional depending on your goals.

However, I still believe there's a necessity for supplements... granted, you take the right ones for yourself.

You can't augment your lifestyle effectively if you've got poor habits, terrible workout routines, poor nutrition and believe that "sleep is for the weak". If supplements augment and you're a zero in any one of these categories, you'll still be a zero.

But if we are performing our best in each of these categories, supplements will add to or enhance our lifestyle.

Everything starts at the foundation of what you can truly control.

The Transformative Purpose

Most supplements in the industry today are either pixie-dusted with proprietary blends or matrixes, or extremely low-dosed. We are not about that.

I created Reforged as a result.

We are in it for a Transformative Purpose: we provide you supplements with the ingredients that matter, dosed to elicit a powerful response.

Our products are all efficaciously-dosed to provide you the following: Quality, Safety, Simplicity, and Full-Transparency. Reforged products show you exactly what we are about - max quality with less ingredients.

Minimalism to us is not about having less... it's about having more of what matters.

If you have any questions about our products, feel free to email me at tony@reforgedperformance.com

Until next time, Reforged Legion!

Tony Gjokaj
Tony Gjokaj

Tony is the Owner of Reforged Performance Nutrition. He is a PN1 Certified Nutrition Coach and has been in the fitness space for over a decade. His goal is to help bridge the gap between physical & mental health through fitness.



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