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What You'll Get
Like a bonsai garden, a healthy human body requires careful cultivation, ample nutrition, and at least one green thumb. Tend your biological topiary with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of nutritional supplements at Wholesale Nutrition in Broken Arrow.
Wholesale Nutrition bolsters the health and strength of both athletes and armchair Olympians with a comprehensive spectrum of premium brand and custom-blended body boosters. Savvy shopkeepers work their apothecarian alchemy in the locally owned outpost, expertly calibrating the precise blend of vitamins, minerals, and herbs needed to reach a healthful homeostasis. Alphanumeric assortments of single- strain vitamin supplements plug the chinks in ramshackle food pyramids, and multitasking doses of Optimum fish oil ($7.74) grease the rusty gears of both organ systems and animatronic trout tchotchkes. Transform fitness fantasies into full-blown facts with a muscular posse of performance enhancement elixirs, including BSN N.O.-Xplode ($39.99) and Hydroxycut Hardcore fat burners ($39.98). Powerlifting workouts approach maximum intensity with inoculations of the Universal Animal Pak training potions ($32.49), and barrel-chested, protein-filled tubs of CytoSport Muscle Milk ($30.99) whip seamlessly from powder to powerhouse.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Wholesale Nutrition
Wholesale Nutrition’s staff seeks to pair the business’s award-winning selection of supplements with clients seeking specific answers to workout woes. Specialties from Dymatize, MuscleTech, NuCare, and Top Secret include fat burners, weight gainers, liver-support products, vitamins for men and women, cold protein boosters, and energy drinks, which can serve as a refreshing treat before and after training.