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Shredz Supplements unveils new line of t-shirts
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Oct '13
SHREDZ Supplements, the fastest growing name in the health and fitness industry, is announcing an addition to their popular apparel line catered to their national Anti-bullying campaign. The new t-shirt that reads “Maybe you should train as hard as you hate,” has been spotted on multiple members of TeamSHREDZ.

The message expressed in this t-shirt encompasses the spirit behind both of Joey Swoll’s social media movements: FlexYourHeart, which spreads an anti-bullying and equality message.

Joey Swoll says he is glad to see that people want to wear this shirt and help spread message.

“It’s amazing to see these words on the front of a t-shirt because they started as thoughts I had when I saw people online hating on other people’s fitness progress. Bullies go out of their way to spend so much energy making someone else feel bad. If haters would put that same amount of energy into their own fitness, maybe they wouldn’t feel the need to put others down.”

This unisex shirt is made from 100 percent pre-shrunk cotton and is available in white on black as well as red on white. It makes a great gift for the person who uses muscle to lift other up rather than pushing them down.

SHREDZ, the fastest growing name in the health and fitness industry, was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Jersey City, N.J. The company is led by co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Arvin Lal. SHREDZ offers maximum strength nutraceuticals, including its flagship product, SHREDZ Maximum Strength Fat Burner. The entire product line is manufactured and warehoused in the United States and distributed throughout more than 50 countries.

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