Athletic Alliance™ Officially Named the "Exclusive Supplement Sponsor of the 2014 Canadian National Powerlifting Championships"!
Athletic Alliance™ products are now "Buy One, Get One 50% Off" at GNC stores across Canada!
From Thursday, January 2 until Monday, January 13, 2014, GNC Canada stores are holding a "Buy One, Get One 50% Off" deal on all Athletic Alliance Sport Supplements™ products. Hurry in to your local GNC to take advantage of this great deal!
Alliance Athletes visit Auckland, New Zealand for the Commonwealth Powerlifting Championships!
We're proud to say that we had two Alliance powerlifting athletes competing at the 2013 Commonwealth Championships in Auckland, New Zealand in early December. Both Connor Lutz and our own Alliance co-founder, Richard DeBanks represented Canada and Athletic Alliance very well, and were able to end 2013 with a strong finish. Connor broke his own Junior Bench Press World Record in the extremely competitive 83kg weight class with a 190kg press, and took home Silver overall. Richard claimed the Gold medal in the M1 Men's 120kg+ category, setting personal records in all three of his lifts.
With several major competitions already on the calendar for 2014, the coming year promises to be an exciting one for the Alliance powerlifitng team, and all our other Alliance athletes as well.
CERTIFIED BY THE BANNED SUBSTANCE CONTROL GROUP (BSCG)
Since day one, we've promised that all Athletic Alliance Sport Supplements™ are carefully formulated to contain no chemicals or substances that fail to meet standard anti-doping regulations. For the 2013 World Powerlifting Championships held in Russia, every Team Canada athlete trusted Athletic Alliance™ with their supplement needs, and each Team Canada Athlete successfully passed their IPF drug test.
However, just to further reassure competitve athletes interested in Athletic Alliance™, we recently sought the expertise of the Banned Substance Control Group (BSCG) and their "Gold Standard" anti-doping tests to certify our most recent batch of products. The results are in, and all tests came back clear! You can read the reports here and here.
Alliance Athletes Represent Canada at the IPF Classic World Championships
In June of 2013, nine Alliance Athletes from the Canadian Powerlifting Union came together from across Canada to compete at the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) Classic World Championships in Suzdal, Russia. The Canadian team consisted of Joel Boulianne and Jessica Benedetto from Quebec, Anthony Burden, Alison Scott, Jean Derek MacNeill, and Dani Savoie from Alberta, David Forner from Prince Edward Island, Connor Lutz from Saskatchewan, and Shelley Colter from Ontario. In the weeks leading up to the competition, all of them trained using Athletic Alliance Sport Supplements™, and we couldn’t be prouder of how they performed! A number of records were broken at the IPF CLassic World Championships, which stands as a testament to the caliber of athletes competing.
Athletic Alliance Sport Supplements Flying Off the Shelves at GNC Stores Nationwide!
With Athletic Alliance Sport Supplements now available at GNC stores across Canada, we've been making an effort to visit as many GNC stores as we can, and not just those near our office in British Columbia! We've gone all the way out to Ontario, and intend to make our way to the maritimes soon. So far, we've been thrilled with what we've seen and heard– Canadians everywhere LOVE Athletic Alliance Sport Supplements! Some of the locations we've visited have already sold out of our products! Thank you so much to GNC, its employees, and all the amazing athletes who've turned to Athletic Alliance Sport Supplements to fuel their fitness. Stay strong, athletes!
The NHL's Alex Burrows Joins The Alliance
We couldn't be more proud to have Canadian hockey star, Alex Burrows (aka #14 of the Vancouver Canucks), join the Athletic Alliance™ team! Besides being an excellent player on the ice, having Burrows aboard serves as an opportunity for the Alliance to support an athlete that shares our Canadian roots. Although most people today know Burrows for his performances on ice with the Vancouver Canucks, he actually began his long journey to athletic fame by playing ball hockey as a teenager in the streets of Quebec, Canada. It was through this that he created a team with his friends called the Living Legends, which later merged with another team, the Little Caesars.