Critical Reload was founded, by Clemson University Strength & Conditioning Coach and Specialist in Sports Nutrition, Mike Bewley. In 2002, Bewley earned his certification as a certified specialist in sports nutrition through the International Sports Science Association. Since that time, Coach Bewley has culminated an extensive level of experience assisting athletes with their performance nutrition needs while founding Critical Reload in 2004. His proficiencies as a specialist in sports nutrition include:
Furthermore, Bewley has been a Division-I collegiate strength and conditioning coach since 1998 making stops at University of Nevada-Reno (1998-2002), Georgia Southern University (2002-2006), University of Dayton (2006-2012), Georgia Tech (2012-2016) and Clemson University (2016 to present).
Mike BEWLEY, MA, CSCS-D*, RSCC-D*, SSN, USAW
Founder, Critical Reload
Director of Basketball Strength & Conditioning | Clemson University
Certified Specialist in Sports Nutrition
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As defined by the FDA, a dietary supplement contains one or more dietary ingredients that may include: vitamins, minerals, herbs or other botanicals, and amino acids, other substances found in the human diet, such as enzymes. Critical Reload contains none of the dietary ingredients.
Furthermore, conventional foods must have a Nutrition Facts panel while dietary supplements must have a Supplement Facts panel. Label verification delineates Critical Reload’s nutrition panel as Nutrition Facts and NOT Supplement Facts.
Athletes must be extremely careful about what they put into their bodies. Critical Reload has adopted the Informed-Choice testing and certification program to provide the highest level of assurance possible that our products are free of banned and/or illegal substances.
My responsibility and reputation as a coach and nutritionist alone ensures me the peace of mind with our company’s vigilant product testing and certification. It is our hope we can serve athletes, coaches and teams performance aspirations while never compromising health and safety.
Critical Reload is suitable for collegiate athletics and is permissible under NCAA* Bylaws because it's not a dietary supplement and does NOT contain banned or harmful substances. To learn more about NCAA Bylaw 126.96.36.199 for nutritional supplements visit: www.ncaa.org
*NCAA is a registered trademark of the National College Athlete Association. This product is not endorsed by the NCAA.
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