NLA looking for a Rep!
- 01-28-2013, 10:41 PM
- 01-28-2013, 11:27 PM
Count me in, although you are looking for "trusted AM members."BOARD TYRANT | TEAM GET DIESEL | GETDIESEL.COM
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01-29-2013, 12:08 AM
NLA makes some nice products for sure. i really like Recover - D.
Performax Labs Product Specialist
01-29-2013, 01:58 AM
01-29-2013, 02:03 AM
01-29-2013, 02:53 AM
01-29-2013, 09:38 AM
01-29-2013, 10:57 AM
Ill pitch my name in again.. be back with app. Needa resume and contacts as well? :P
01-29-2013, 12:07 PM
I would take much pride in being a rep for NLA. soild products and a great group of guys. I am a long time forum member have known a lot of the guys for years. I have rep experience as i have been a company rep for needto and nimbus. Im 28 years old a father to twin boys (21 months). weight lifting is not only a passion of mine but also a lifestyle. When Im not with my twins or at the gym im at work at a prison as a C/O. Let me know f youd like anymore info.
01-29-2013, 12:16 PM
Great opp here! Good luck applicants.
PEScience Representativehttp://pescience.com/insider http://facebook.com/pescience
01-29-2013, 01:35 PM
A little about myself. 40 years old, have been lifting for over half of my life. Big supporter in supplements and the science behind them. If I'm not at work or with my family (and even then most of the time) I am talking training/supplements with someone. I have many years of sales experience and if I believe in a product I will promote that product. I have tried Supp-D, Swoll-N and Recover-D and was very happy with all 3. It's awesome that they offer a line geared towards women as well. I think I have some good ideas in promoting NLA both on AM and in the gym. I am more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
Life's a garden, dig it
01-29-2013, 01:47 PM
stopstalking was a good dude to work with
this is a great opportunity...haven't tried any of the products but the profiles look solid
01-29-2013, 02:12 PM
01-29-2013, 02:14 PM
forgot to mention i use swoll-n and recover-d regularly. i currently have 2.5 bottles of swollen on hand (can you tell i like it lol) and im getting ready to purchase more recover-d as i am getting low on it
01-29-2013, 02:17 PM
24 years old and have been lifting since 2007. When i was 19 years old i set the total poundage record for the show me state games powerlifting meet. I was 146lbs and pulled a 425lb dead and a 215lb bench, raw no shirt no wraps. Now ive transitioned into the bodybuilding world. Couple months back i cut from 168-170lbs to 130lb for my first show. I spend a lot of time reading and doing some research new supplements/compounds.
Im decently versed in sarms, designers and ancillaries. I know a fare share of knowledge with the natty supplements as well. Im not close minded to think i know everything as well, im a sponge so i soak up what i hear and research. Id enjoy to be a part of the NLA squad. Ive used there swoll n and recover d, all solid products!
01-29-2013, 02:50 PM
Would love to be considered. I would be all for getting the name out on other boards as well.
Former competive bodybuilder, 20yrs training, former Vitamin World Store Manager, BS in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology. (Stepping off my soap box now)
01-29-2013, 03:29 PM
Thank you AM Members for all applications and Resume's! I am excited about who and how many of you are applying. I'm gunna leave this up till atleast Sunday to give everyone the opportunity to apply. Were very Happy to see all the Responses Fellas, Keep them coming as we want the Best for NLA.
01-29-2013, 03:40 PM
01-29-2013, 04:25 PM
My hats getting thrown in.
Been lifting around 2 and a half years. Through that time I've learned that hard work and dedication can completely transform your body. I can upload some pictures of me two years ago, you can't even recognize me.
More importantly through those 2+ years I squandered a lot of time following various routines or diets.
Why I would like to become a representative for NLA is mainly to help other people make full utilization of their time, to help them where I wish someone would have helped me.
NLA creates solid products (logging Swoll-N) and have tried samples of the other products. Their protein is top notch and if I didn't have 12 lbs laying around I would be stocked on that.
I realize my age could be a discerning factor, but I see it as an advantage. I am always on the boards especially when I'm "studying", in class or writing an essay so I jump on any possibility to put that off :P
Since I am always on the boards I have acquired quite a bit of knowledge. Anything from thermogenics to prohormones and back to nutrition, I find I am able to help many people. I help people normally through the fitness group I admin for on Facebook or the Bodybuilding account I started on twitter with my workout partner. So different mediums of communication to spread the name quicker.
Going along with that, spreading the NLA name would simply be honest suggestions of products I believe in. No pimping required if you can stand behind the line through and through.
Thanks for your consideration and good luck to all other applicants.
01-29-2013, 04:36 PM
Sweet opp here. NLA is going to be big. Good luck fellas!
Bean's 1st contest prep (Lecheek last 8 weeks)
01-29-2013, 05:40 PM
01-29-2013, 06:24 PM
Awesome opportunity for someone. NLA is for sure making a good name for themselves. Good luck to all the applicants.
Purus labs Rep
doin it mountain dog style in here come along for the shred fest-http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/229302-danbs-mountain-dog.html
01-29-2013, 06:41 PM
01-29-2013, 06:45 PM
interesting opportunity. 25 years in the gym, so i've about seen it all. 8 yrs clinical research under my belt, Certified Clinical Research Professional, first author on a peer reviewed journal article a while back. veteran, usn 81-84. started competing in powerlifting at the ripe old age of 46, currently getting ready for the apf masters nationals in may. well versed in supps seeing how i've tried about all of them. i can bring a little science to the table.
good luck to everyone who applies...
01-30-2013, 11:11 AM
I been working out since 2003 when i was a junior in high school but never took nutrition serious until August of 2009. After i started eating right and clean i saw great gain in my body and that's when i fell even more in love with body building. Unfortunately in 2010 i had 2 motorcycle accidents that left me in bed for over 2 weeks without being able to bend my legs without crying in excruciating pain. Got better and went right back into working out. March of this year I had a muscle tear on my right ankle, couldn't walk for 2 weeks, i had to hop around everywhere. Tried to workout and with crappy posture end up hurting my left shoulder. I was very bummed out and didn't workout till June of this year. I had some family tragedies and one day I woke up determined to not just be another person, so i'm going to join the National Guard.
My weight training right now is 6x days a week. 4x heavy weight training, 1 cardio day, 1 rest day, start all over again. All compound movements. Other than my multis the only supplement I'm taking at the moment is a fat burner.
My short/long term goals is if i decide to go through it and my doctor says i'll be ok I'll leave for boot camp with the National Guard so my plan is to get in the best shape of my life so i can endure the 3 months of boot camp and not have my butt chewed by the Drill Sargent everyday. Plan to stay in shape or the rest of my life. Go back to college to get a degree in law enforcement but also take nutrition classes. Hoping that I will still be young enough when I graduate to join the police academy and become a police officer. I want to be a cop that others can look up to and not the fat ones that sit in the car and can't barely get off their patrol car. I remember seeing that picture of Ronnie Coleman in his cop uniform and than his training video a loooong time ago and i remember i said that dude is a monster, i'm going to be right there where is at one day. I'm hoping to win this to get me closer to stop day dreaming about my future monster body and start seeing it every day in the mirror.
I have no real friends in the real world. The ones I had were all very negative all the time and not supportive of me and my choices about fitness. So I cut my ties with all of them. The only 'friends' I have are the ones online on forums here and bb, and the guys at the gym I see daily with iron in their hands. So I spend a lot of time online and have more than enough time to read about fitness, supplements, nutrition. I also speak portuguese and english so if you guys ever think about migrating down south america i'll be more than happy to translate and help you guys out.
Army Veteran. OEF.
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