T-Shirts and Stuff


Steven Rice Fitness T-Shirts

Exercise in style! These shirts are given to training clients after finishing the first 10 sessions as a reward. They are also available for sale.

The shirt in action
The shirts are available in grey and royal blue as shown, and red.
They are screen printed on American Apparel trim fit tees.

Please send me an email to purchase directly.

Now in red, with new font

















Under the bar with Hylete
For the rest of your performance apparel needs, and because you can't wear a TRAIN t-shirt every day, check out all the rocking clothes at  HYLETE





Use the discount code TRTAQA6UN for 20% off your first purchase!






















Rosewood Kinetics, makers of fine wooden clubs.












Various things I use and recommend available through Amazon* and other suppliers:


Equipment:
For kettlebells and other heavy duty equipment, I like Rogue Fitness
For versatile and portable, get the Jungle Gym XT suspension trainer
Good also for lightweightness, Stretch & Resistance Bands
For inexpensive 'starter' leverage clubs try a light TAP Bell Club




Those cool, minimalist shoes I wear:
MAS Feiyue Wushu Kung Fu Shoes-BLACK





Nutrition:
These are what I use to make my workout shakes. The photo shows the quantities:

Now Foods Pea Protein, 2 Pound
NOW Foods Creatine Powder, 2.2 Pounds
cocoa powder and coconut milk(or more often water) from Whole Foods



To boost my breakfast oatmeal I use Manitoba Harvest Hemp Pro 70% Protein Concentrate Most hemp protein has a higher fiber content which is good, but the oatmeal doesn't need any extra.

For some carbs in a dry, non-perishable form for your shake:

I don't recommend constantly measuring your food, but it's good to check occasionally:

Alcohol based hand cleaner for people who train outdoors- not for germ killing, but to be a solvent. Apply and wipe off with hand towel:
Natural Hand Sanitizer Gel

More to come...

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