24 Jun 2024

Shares daily workout supplement routine, highlighting the benefits and usage of Pure Energy, Superior Collagen, and Cardio Flow. He explains how these supplements support energy levels, muscle recovery, and overall health, particularly when fasting or working out intensively. The importance of mental preparation with pre-workout supplements and the charitable aspect of purchasing these products through Pillars of Wellness.

Highlights of the Podcast

00:04 – Introduction and Purpose of Video
00:45 – Pure Energy Pre-Workout Supplement
01:21 – Superior Collagen Supplement
04:33 – Importance of Collagen for Various Populations
06:48 – Cardio Flow Supplement
08:02 – Combination and Dosage Recommendations
08:59 – Workout Intensity and Muscle Recovery
11:04 – Mental and Physical Benefits of Pre-Workout Supplements
12:03 – Charity and Final Thoughts

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:00:04] All right. We’re live. All right, it’s Monday. We’re going to go over some supplementation now. Rosebud asked me supplementation question. So, here we go. So we’re gonna start off with the workout stuff that I take. I take this every day. I do about 40 minutes for a workout, 34 minutes for a workout. So first one’s a super energy. I can get some where there’s no glare on that one. That’s pure energy’s got the creatinine, it’s got, B6 and stuff like that. So you, if you take a bunch of it, you’re going to feel a little tingly and to nice and flush. Don’t worry about it. It’s not that big of a deal. If you don’t want that much of a flush, take a little bit less. The way I take it is I take a heaping, scoop full of it, and, I can feel it start to tingle in my skin. I know I’ve taken too much when I turn red. That’s that’s more than I want. But if you do turn red, it’s a normal thing with a lot of work. Has to be vitamin stuff. It goes away at about 1015. Not worry about. I like to feel it, but not see it. That’s just from where I’m at. And that’s. I’ve kind of figured out the heating shield is basically all I need for that one. So that’s the pure energy. That’s the pre-workout one.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:01:21] You guys can find this in the pillars of all this website using all the supplements in the Pillars Wellness website. All of that money gets donated to a charity to help veterans and first responders with PTSD and addiction when using psychedelics and ketamine. To do that, you guys might have seen some of the stuff on social media about that. The other thing I take every day is, wow, that’s really glittery is the superior collagen. The so the reason I take the college is from I’m fasting. Even if you’re not fasting, even if you’re normal using a normal glucose, let’s say you’re you’re eating regular carbs and stuff. Your body still requires your blood, still require sugar. And so when you workout, your body’s burning all sorts of stuff using all sorts of chemistry. And the sugar that the glucose is in your blood gets eaten up while your body has to have more. So either you eat a carbohydrate or you eat a protein right afterwards, or you take something. I think it’s ahead of time, about 34 minutes ahead of time. I’ll take three capsules. Or for you guys, most of you guys are smaller. Me two is plenty.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:02:29] But the reason I take it is so that my body can use the proteins that are in the amino acid. I’m sorry, the amino acids that are in the collagen to create more sugar for my blood instead of using muscle tissue. So, if you don’t have enough. Sure. Your body’s designed to stay alive. It doesn’t care if it looks good, if it’s fat, it doesn’t care if it’s bikini season. It doesn’t care. It’s just as like, we’re going to do what we do to say to homeostasis, to stay where we want these levels to be. So it’s going to take your muscle tissue as a reserve. Break it apart so that the liver goes through gluconeogenesis and put that sugar back in the blood. So the blood now has sugar to function off of. It is critically important. And you 100% want this to happen. This is why the thing when Gary broke out arguing that, you know, 82% of of whey protein turns to sugar and that turns the fat. Isn’t fully accurate and it doesn’t turn to fat first of all. Second, about 80% of your way is not going to turn to sugar, but a good amount is. And so if you want your body to have all of the sugar it needs because it’s going to have it anyway. I would take some collagen with your pre-workout.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:03:38] Now, if you’re going to put the weight down and immediately go eat. You don’t need this. But if you’re like, oh, I’m going to work out at lunch, I’m going to work out and I’m going to go home and whatever, I’m going to work out in the morning. Guys, if you are working out in the morning, especially doing fasted stuff, fasted lifting, fasted, cardio, fasted, anything, you really need to start jumping on your collagen because if you’ve been asleep for six, eight, ten hours, then you go workout. Your body is 100% and to start pulling through your muscle tissue to fulfill that sugar need. So you guys really need to start jumping on the collagen if you guys are fasting. Oh my gosh, you guys definitely need to make sure that you’re taking your collagen. Collagen super duper important for all these things. It helps your hair, helps your nails, helps your you know, it rebuilds everything. Every single thing that’s in this collagen, this these capsule collagen. This is the, you know, the one, two, three, five, ten. This is the superior collagen complex.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:04:33] Everything that’s in here, amino acid wise, to be beneficial to you, to be able to fight viruses with the lysine, you’re able to rebuild muscle tissue. With leucine, you’re gonna be able to move nutrients in the tissue with the ISO losing you be able to, you know, clean the liver with the histidine, you’re gonna be able to create serotonin with the tryptophan. That’s, like everything your body needs to actually function is in this. So if you guys are not taking your collagen massive, massive thing you got to do when you’re fasting or you’re just lifting hard, you need those extra nutrients. You don’t need a ton of extra calories. You don’t need a ton of extra stuff. You need chemistry. The collagen is gonna get you a lot of that chemistry. So make sure you guys should take their collagen. This is super duper important. You know, not everybody needs, like, the cardio flow, the nitric oxide I love this. It gives me a great pump. I feel it all the way throughout. I love this stuff. This is one of my favorite things. But again, at the level I’m working out, it’s it’s more necessary. Everyone needs collagen. Your kids need collagen. Your best friend intelligent. You’re. If you’re sick, you need collagen.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:05:40] This is the number one thing to put in your body. As far as you know, working out goes. It’ll help. It’ll help with that blood sugar show I talked about. It’ll help build muscle tissue. It’ll help fight viruses. It’s legit. One of the best things you can put in your body. It’s also not super expensive. So if you guys are, if you’re looking at one of these three and I haven’t talked about this one yet, collagen is probably the most important. Then the energy, then this one. Now I mixed these all together. So I take my energy and I take my cardio flow together. The cardio flow is amino acid base, but it turns into nitric oxide. Nitric oxide has a giant amount of health benefits. It helps dilate the blood vessels and flow blood through. It gets oxygen, move to the body more, it gets waste moved out of your body. There’s all sorts of different research on, nitric oxide function in the body being anti-cancer being, you know, pro immune system being massive for, for, you know, body growth and detoxification, all that type of stuff. This is great for your heart too. It’s like it’s called cardio flow. It’s fantastic.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:06:48] So I will take now the normal person should take one scoop of this and have a full scoop of this. And like I said, two of the collagen. I take 3 or 4 collagen, I take a heaping spoon of this and I take two scoops of this one. But again, I’m larger than a lot of you guys, so. And I’m, I’m working out a little harder. So that’s kind of the difference. But, if you guys are looking for the pre-workout stuff, this is what it is. The only other thing I get that I don’t have on me. You. Can check that out. The branch chain amino acids. So the bcaas. Now. I take this right after I work out and I take this photo before I go to bed. The branch chain amino acids are specific amino acids. That’s the I and the leucine. The ISO leucine. The name, leucine is why we take whey protein. Leucine is when we take pea protein. Those two have the highest concentration of leucine out of all the proteins that we have access to in that range. Leucine has the highest muscle protein synthesis of any meal, acid.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:08:02] So as soon as I get done tearing my muscle tissue up in my in the gym, I’ll work out for an hour and a half or so. Immediately I walk in. I wash my hands. Just for timing, I walked from my little garage into my house, wash my hands, take my brand shut. It’s just like that. And I take two scoops of this. That’s that’s just what I take. You can get by with one. But again, my whole basis is that I want my body to have more than it needs. Whatever it needs it. I will also take some more of this at night before I go to bed. And the reason for that is because your body regenerates and heals while you sleep. You tear your muscle tissue up in the gym, and that’s radically important. So the reason our body responds the way it does to things is because it responds to not where we want it to look, not the way we wish it would work in response to the trauma that happens to it.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:08:59] So if you go and you break your muscle tissues down there thinks, oh my gosh, we are not strong enough, we are not. We don’t have the endurance. We don’t have whatever it takes to do the things you’re asking of us on a daily basis. It will adapt to that change. So if you’re lifting weights and you’re pushing hard and you’re carrying your muscle tissue apart, your body will be like, oh crap, I need to increase the amount of muscle they have so we can deal with the pressures and the stresses that we’re dealing with on a daily basis, and it will grow as it grows. It requires more ATP as it requires more ATP. Your body will increase the amount of you basically fuel it requires, and so you will then end up burning fat as long as you maintain the same amount of chemistry going in the body. So you’re you’re not increasing the food you’re consuming. So that’s the whole thing. So at night when you sleep, your body uses all those nutrients it got and it repairs all that trauma, all that damage you get.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:09:59] Now, if you just work out a little bit, you’re just like, I’m just going to kind of go in and kind of check the box. That was just fine. It will repair the muscle tissue where it was. If you go in and you push really hard and you lift really hard and you exhaust the muscle tissue, whether you’re doing drop sets or whether you’re doing, you know, you’re going to have more time in retention, you’re going slower. Read increase the set count, or you increase the rep count or you’ve dropped your breaks down. There’s lots and lots of different ways of pressuring the muscle. And if you do more of that, your body will grow more. And so when it if it wants to grow, it needs the chemistry. And so I give it some at night because that’s when it heals, regenerates and grows. So make sure that’s why I hammer on sleep and talk about how important sleep is, is because without the sleep, you’re not going to regenerate and heal. So get your sleep studies done if you’re not breathing and not get your oxygen levels up. Because as you might try to heal from just a stressful day when you didn’t workout, or from the day where you worked out real hard, if it doesn’t have all the things it needs, problems happen.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:11:04] One of the things it desperately needs is oxygen. So if you’re not breathing right, massive issues, massive problems. But, outside of that, these are the these are the workout stuff that I take the collagen so my blood has all the nutrients it needs to regenerate. Heal. And it can make sure it makes my blood sugar the way it’s supposed to be. The cardio flow for the nitric oxide. And this is a fun pump. The Brashear me your acids after I work. Don’t do this before. I take this after. And the energy. And people I always ask me like, well, do you need a pre-workout? I do, I don’t know about you, I do, and it’s not because necessarily because I’m, you know, so vague. And it’s not what I want to create in creation. There’s a lot of different things. It does great things for the muscles of the heart, but it’s also very neuroprotective. And someone who’s very brand conscious. I want the extra present. But the biggest thing is, is that. It has caffeine, has the energy and electricity. That’s great.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:12:03] But the biggest thing for me is that this is kind of a psychological thing too. When I take my stuff, that that’s a big signal to me that I am done with the first half of my day and then it’s ready to get into workout mode. And so I take it and then I can start to feel it working. And I’m like, okay, that shifts my gears from I’m working. I turn my phone on silent, I go home, this is but I’ll tell you this, it’s like 12, 15, 1230. Get to the gym. It’s my house. Got one workout from one to about two, 15 to 30. And that’s basically how my how my mind goes. But the days that I take this, I am mentally in the headspace of it’s time to work out. It’s time to push. It’s time to kill it. It’s time to go. The days that I don’t have it, it’s like, I mean, I’ll do what I’m going to do. And I don’t know, it’s just like. And I’ve talked to a lot of guys, you know, it’s just like when they take a pre-workout, it’s time to go. It’s time to focus. So that’s the other thing. So if you guys are looking for a good clean workout, you know, nice, pre-workout stuff, this is what I take. I get it from Pillars of Wellness. And if you guys get your stuff there, then all that money is going to donate to the charity when it helps in first responders and veterans. So, this is what I take for pre-workout. We’ll go over some stuff, tomorrow on reset. So if you guys have any questions, drop them in the comments or, hit a set of questions at Chalmers. While. Scott, thanks for your time.

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