Chris Bumstead Workout Routine and Diet Plan

Chris Bumstead, who is Canadian-born, was very active as a child and took part in various sports, including football, basketball, and track and field. In addition, he trained at the gym as a hobby. Bumstead began competing in bodybuilding in 2014, when his sister’s then-boyfriend, who is now her husband, Iain Valliere, introduced him to the sport. The 21-year-old won the 2016 IFBB Bodybuilding Heavyweight Championship to earn his professional card. In the past few years, Bumstead has switched to the classical division because he prefers symmetry to hulking size. In addition to supplements, Bumstead also has a clothing line labeled “Jacked Factory.”. On social media, Bumstead has millions of followers. Approximately 215 pounds and 6 feet tall, Bumstead is a strong athlete.

Chris Bumstead

Our goal in this article is to examine what Chris Bumstead would take in his diet plan to build a strong physique. Besides working out, he also exercises quite well, so we would take a look at his workout routine as well. Stay tuned for our next installment to learn about his routines and maybe you can even decipher how he got to where he is today.

Chris Bumstead Body Statistics

  • Birth Year: 1994
  • Birth Date: February 2
  • Height: 185 cm  ·  6’1″
  • Weight: 100 kg or 220.5 lbs (Stage weight) / 118 kg or 260 lbs (Off-season weight)
  • Shoulder Span: 69.3 cm/ 27 inches
  • Chest: 51 inches
  • Biceps: 20 inches
  • Waist: 33 cm/ 13 inches
  • Body Fat: 9.6%
  • BMI: 29.2
  • Muscle Index: 11.1
  • Shoe Size: 13.5 (US) or 12.5 (UK) or 46.5 (EU)

Chris Bumstead Awards and Achievements

  • 2015 CBBF Canadian National Bodybuilding Championship Men’s Junior Division, 1st
  • 2016 CBBF Bodybuilding Championships Open Heavyweight Division, 2nd
  • 2016 IFBB North American Bodybuilding Championships, 1st (Pro Card)

Chris Bumstead

Chris Bumstead Workout Routine

Starting Bodybuilding

Growing up, Chris played a lot of sports where he learned that to be the best, he had to spend a lot of time practicing. From this point on, he had developed a love for the gym, and he spent hours there.

While he started to develop what he thought was a good physique, it was only after he met Iain Valliere, his sister’s boyfriend, that things started to change for Chris. Iain was the person who mentioned how he could compete and become a fierce competitor.

Chris Bumstead

Chris describes him as a mentor who is still very influential to him. “Iain inspired me to step on stage and coached me through the process.”

After Chris competed in his first show, he was hooked, and as he puts it, “really feel I have found my niche.”

Chris prefers to train 5 days a week. The muscles in the back, chest, shoulders, glutes, and quads are all trained separately every day. The answer Chris gives people when asked on what days he trains each part of his body is, “I don’t.”. I have a 5-day rotation and rarely take days off unless I feel I need to.”

Chris’s Top 3 Exercises

Chris advises anyone who has a limited amount of time in the gym to stick with compound exercises, as these are the exercises that produce the best results. Following is Chris’s list of the three most effective exercises.

  1. Squats. The best exercise is 100%. I believe they are an invaluable exercise for not only leg development, but also the core. Squats are my favorite exercise because I can push my limits and see just how much weight I can move.
  2. Incline Dumbbell Press. The incline press is a much more natural movement for my body compared to the flat press. I also personally am looking to achieve a much larger and fuller upper chest, as an upper chest pops more in poses such as the side chest. If restricted to three exercises you want to work as many muscles as possible, for example, chest, shoulders, and triceps. I prefer dumbbells to barbells because the unilateral movement allows you to focus on each side of your body and build a more even and symmetrical physique.
  3. Bent-Over Barbell Rows. They would be my final pick. I need to keep my back as strong as possible, not only for proportional reasons but for overall spine health. I like rows because they also work secondary muscles missed by the previous two exercises such as biceps and rear delts.

In his training split, Chris Bumstead uses the traditional PPL (push-pull-legs) method. The amount of stimulus he receives from such a training split helps promote growth in his physique. Furthermore, the PPL training split ensures that each muscle group receives adequate rest and recovery, eliminating the probability of overtraining. It even proclaims,

“The most optimal way to train a body part is to train it more than once a week.”

Chris Bumstead’s workout schedule looks like this:-

  • Day 1- Push Day
  • Day 2- Pull Day
  • Day 3- Legs
  • Day 4- Push Day
  • Day 5- Pull Day
  • Day 6- Legs

Chris’s Workout

Day 1: Back

  • Deadlifts 4 x 10/8/8/Failure
  • Bent-Over Rows 4 x 12/10/10/8 (2 underhand/2 overhand grip)
  • Wide Grip Lat Pulldowns or Wide Grip Assisted Pullups 4 x 12-15 (Superset)
  • Straight Arm Pulldowns 4 x 12-15
  • Dumbbell Rows 4 x 15/12/10/10
  • Machine Rows 3 x 20
  • Hyper Extensions 2 x Failure

Chris Bumstead

Day 2: Chest/Biceps

  • Incline Dumbell Bench Press 5 x 15/15/12/12/10
  • Smith Machine Bench Press 4 x 12/10/8/8
  • Incline Dumbell Fly’s 3 x 15/12/12
  • Cable Fly’s 3 x 15-12 (Superset)
  • Push-Ups 3 x Failure
  • Barbell Curls 3 x 15 (Superset)
  • Reverse Barbell Curls 3 x Failure
  • Machine Preacher Curls 3 x 10-12 (Drop Sets on 2nd and 3rd) (Superset)
  • Hammer Curls 2 x 10-8

Day 3: Hamstrings/Glutes

  • Lying Leg Curls 4 x 15
  • Straight Legged Deadlifts 4 x 15-20
  • Standing Leg Curls 2 x 4-5 (Run the Rack/Drop Sets)
  • Reverse Hack Squat 4 x 15-20
  • Single Legged Glute Pushdowns or Glute Kickbacks 3 x 12-15

Day 4 Shoulders/Triceps

  • Dumbbell Lateral Raises 3 x 15
  • Dumbbell Shoulder Press (Superset) 3 x 12
  • Barbell Front Raise 3 x 12
  • Single Arm Cable (Rear Delts) 4 x 20/15/12/12
  • Upright Rows (Superset) 3 x 15/12/12
  • Rope Face Pulls 3 x 15/12/12
  • Machine Lateral Raises 3 x 15
  • Bench Dips (Superset) 4 x 12-15
  • EZ-Bar Skull Crushers 4 x 12-15
  • Reverse Grip Barbell Skull Crushers 4 x 8-10
  • Single Arm Cable Kickbacks 3 x 12/10/8

Day 5: Quads

  • Leg Extensions 3 x 15
  • Squats 2 x 8 (Heavy Sets) 6 x 10-12 (Lighter Sets)
  • Leg Press 4 x 40/30/20/10
  • Leg Extensions (Superset) 4 x 15
  • Standing Lunges 4 x 6-8

Chris Bumstead follows a workout routine to stay in shape. As part of his workout routine, he uses some of the tips and tricks that help him ace his workouts every time he hits the gym. We will examine the tips he can offer his fans in the following section!

Chris Bumstead Workout Tips and Tricks

Here we will discuss Chris Bumstead’s workout tips that he provides so that he can be better during his workout routines. Despite his commitment to staying in the gym, he acknowledges that it takes hard work and patience to get in shape. In this part of the essay, we will discuss these three factors. Please continue reading.

Do What You Do Best

Although Bumstead played a lot of sports in his youth, his favorite activity was working out at the gym.

Chris Bumstead

Warm-up properly

Getting your muscles warmed up before working out is essential, says Bustead. Warming up doesn’t seem to be such a big deal to him; he just does it until he feels loose and flexible.

Work Sequentially

For maximum growth and minimal injury risk, Bumstead performs exercises in a specific order.

Compound Moves

Bumstead likes compound moves as they make you stronger and bulkier by working out multiple muscle groups.

Daily Dose

In addition to working out five days a week, Bumstead takes two days off for recovery. He used to follow the ‘bro split’ routine of focusing on one body part a day, but now he hits them twice a week as research shows muscles grow faster that way.

Mix It Up

The combination of dumbbells, barbells, and machines helps keep Bumstead’s body guessing.

Max Out

Bumstead contracts his pectoral muscles during each move to achieve maximum growth and build a massive chest.

Control Is Key

A person’s release of the weight is as important as their ability to lift it, according to Bumstead. Strengthening your muscles is achieved when you control the weight the entire time.

That was all about the workout tips that Chris gives to his family and friends and to people who want to follow him on his fitness journey. 

Chris Bumstead Fitness Interview

How did you get started with bodybuilding?

As a kid growing up I played a lot of sports and I understood to be the best I had to train on my own time. I was constantly in the gym and from there I fell in love with training. I began to develop what I thought was a ‘good’ physique, but it wasn’t until I met my now close friend and sister’s boyfriend, Iain Valliere, that I even considered competing. He was and still is a huge mentor to me. Iain inspired me to step on stage and coached me through the process.

After my first show, I fell in love with competing, and I feel I have found my niche!

Where does your motivation come from?

My motivation comes from loving what I do. I have a strong passion for training and I love seeing how I can transform my body.

Though sometimes for motivation, it doesn’t hurt to have a pretty girl in the gym. (Laughs)

Chris Bumstead

What workout routine has worked best for you?

The best workout routine for me has been a 5-day training split. I train back, chest, hamstrings/glutes, shoulders, and quads all on separate days. People often ask what days I train certain body parts and my answer is I don’t. I have a 5-day rotation and rarely take days off unless I feel I need to.

What is the secret to your incredible quad development?

There is no secret, but the one thing that I can say that contributed the most to my overall leg development would have to be squatting constantly and squatting heavily. Even when I was in high school, I was always in the squat rack trying to increase my leg strength and power for the sports I played. I wasn’t the classic guy training my chest and arms every day. (Laughs)

If you had to pick only 3 exercises what would they be and why?

First and foremost the three exercises I would choose would all be what I consider ‘compound exercises’. When time is an issue in the gym, I always stick to as many compound exercises as possible as they work for multiple muscle groups at a time, and I can take full advantage of what little time I may have.

  1. Squats: 100% are number one. I believe they are an invaluable exercise for not only leg development, but also the core. Squats are my favorite exercise because I can push my limits and see just how much weight I can move.
  2. Incline Dumbbell Press: The incline press is a much more natural movement for my body compared to the flat press. I also personally am looking to achieve a much larger and fuller upper chest, as an upper chest pops more in poses such as the side chest. If restricted to three exercises you want to work as many muscles as possible, for example, chest, shoulders, and triceps. I prefer dumbbells to barbells because the unilateral movement allows you to focus on each side of your body and build a more even and symmetrical physique.
  3. Bent-Over Barbell Rows: They would be my final pick. I need to keep my back as strong as possible, not only for proportional reasons but for overall spine health. I like rows because they also work secondary muscles missed by the previous two exercises such as biceps and rear delts.

Do you deplete your water before a show? Tell us about the process and what’s worked best for you.

Five days before the week of the show, I do a water load. I drink about 10-12 liters of water a day to regulate my body to constantly excrete water. Then about 16 hours before the show, depending on the circumstances, I will restrict my water intake. Because my body is regulated to excrete so much water and it’s not receiving any more through drinking, it allows me to dry out and get that ‘hard’ and ‘grainy’ look.

But, it can be a dangerous task if it’s not done properly, and I don’t recommend trying it without a good working knowledge of the process or a coach.

Chris Bumstead

What is your diet like?

The best way to describe my diet and everything I do related to bodybuilding is consistency. During prep, I will eat the same 6 meals every day until I need to make minor changes. This way I can determine what my body needs, and I can make a small change in my diet to achieve the results I’m after. For me, it’s key not to add new foods close to a competition because I don’t know the effect it can have on my body.

In the off-season, I’m a bit more relaxed, but you won’t see me ordering pizza or hamburgers every day just to get in the calories. In the off-season, I still eat 6 maybe 7 meals a day, and I aim to get in around 6,500 calories a day. 5,000 of these calories I try to make sure come from ‘clean’ calories such as rice, chicken, potato, flank steak, etc. I will throw in some extra carbs pre-workout such as muffins, or even Timbits. It gets hard to eat as much food as I need from only clean foods all of the time. Sometimes I’ll add something like Ezekiel bread with almond butter to my chicken and rice meal; it makes it easier, and I can get in the extra calories I need to grow. The following is an example of what I might eat about 8 weeks out from the competition.

What are your hobbies and interests outside of the gym?

My hobbies outside of the gym usually involve something social. I like to get out and enjoy time with my friends. I am also lucky enough to have a cottage close by which I love to go up to and just spend time in. I love being around the water, and I enjoy the outdoors. During my downtimes, I also enjoy reading for knowledge, usually fitness-related topics, and sometimes just for pleasure. I am currently a university student, so a lot of my time is taken up by lectures, studying, and labs.

Favorite Quote:

“The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short, but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark” – Michelangelo

In the next section, we will discuss the diet plan that has allowed him to reach the other half of the realm where people worship him for his strength.

Chris Bumstead Diet Plan

As is the case with most bodybuilders, Bumstead takes his diet seriously, but it wasn’t always like that. His habit was once to consume whatever he could get his hands on. Being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called IGA Neuropathy forced him to rethink his eating habits and he now eats very healthfully. 5 meals a day and tracking macronutrients helped him change his eating habits. Chicken breast, eggs, oatmeal, and sweet potatoes are among the standard food choices. In a bulking phase, he will increase all his macros and add items such as bananas and avocados along with a protein shake. Bumstead generally avoids dairy products and uses almond milk instead.

Chris Bumstead

In the Mr. Olympia Classic Physique division, where he has climbed to the top of the podium for the past two years running, Chris Bumstead is the reigning champion, and he hopes to hold on to his title for another year. During the weeks leading up to his competition, the Canadian bodybuilder uploaded a video to his YouTube channel, in which he records everything he eats on a typical day.

Breakfast for Bumpstead consists of oatmeal, blueberries, and chocolate-flavored protein powder. “This is as simple as it gets,” he says. “I like to make my oats on the stovetop because I find I get more volume.”

“Today is a rest day,” he says as he prepares a stir-fry containing chicken breast, white rice (up to 250 grams), broccoli, and green vegetables. “The only difference is post-workout, I’d have a shake and some rice cakes as a post-workout meal. But other than that, I keep my meals the same.”

The third meal, usually Bumstead’s pre-workout meal, consists of ground turkey and diced sweet potato. We will have white fish with white rice, air-fried cabbage, and sauteed asparagus as our fourth meal. “It’s probably the least appetizing meal,” he says, “but it’s 200 grams of fish, 280 grams of rice with more volume, so, delicious.”

The fifth and final full meal of the day consists of even more air-fried salmon, white rice, and purple cabbage. “This is my main meal where I have a lot of fats,” he says. “Same as the end of the day, I have some nut butter.” 

After this, he prepares a makeshift mug pudding with a scoop of chocolate peanut butter protein powder, a small amount of water, and 30 grams of nut butter-a “random” concoction he invented during his offseason.

“That’s everything I’m eating right now to win the Olympia numero Trois,” he says. “Super simple, basic foods, pretty similar to my offseason, except I don’t have a shake in the morning, and I don’t eat whatever the fuck I want at night.”

Competition Diet

When it comes to his diet, Chris is extremely meticulous. During the months leading up to a competition, he eats the same 6 meals a day only making minor adjustments. As Chris says “this way I can determine what my body needs, and I can make a small change in my diet to achieve the results I’m after.”

Chris knows how important it is not to add any new food into his diet before a photoshoot or competition.

“It’s key not to add in new foods close to a competition because I don’t know the effect it can have on my body.”

Bulking Diet

The off-season, however, is more relaxed for him. Even though he increases his calories and isn’t as strict as before, that doesn’t mean he will eat pizzas or burgers. The bodybuilder still adheres to his strict diet and exercise regimen.

In addition to eating 6 to 7 meals a day, he will aim to consume 6000 calories from healthy sources, such as chicken rice, and potatoes. During his pre-workout meal, he will consume more carbs to help him keep going throughout the workout.

The fact that Chris eats muffins and quick carb snacks before his workout is a reflection of how challenging it is to get enough calories from clean sources to replace the 6000 calories he needs.

SAMPLE CHRIS BUMSTEAD CONTEST PREP MEAL PLAN

Bodybuilder and contest prep coach Iain Valliere helps Chris Bumstead develop his meal plans. To give you an idea of what Cbum eats during the week leading up to the Mr. Olympia competition, below is a sample menu with approximate macros and calories:

  • Meal 1: 160 g 93/7 ground turkey, 2 whole eggs, 3 slices wheat bread (15 g carb each)
    • 50 g protein, 46 g carb, 24 g fat = 600 calories
  • Meal 2 (Pre-Workout): 200 grams of chicken breast, 140 g white rice, 60 g of veggies (green beans), 1 Chocolate chip muffin from Starbucks
    • 73 g protein, 102 g carbs, 23 g fat, 907 calories
  • Meal 3 (Post-Workout): 50 g Cbum Iso Grass-Fed Whey Protein (~1.75 scoops), 1 medium banana, 50 g carbs from rice-based cereal
    • 55 g protein, 83 g carb, 4 g fat, 596 cals
  • Snack: 1 medium apple
    • 0 g protein, 22 g carb, 0g fat, 88 cals
  • Meal 4: 200 g chicken breast (cooked weight), 190 g white rice (dry weight),
    • 67g protein, 56g carb, 2.5 g fat, 515 cals
  • Meal 5: 200 g Flank steak, 90 g veggies (asparagus)
    • 44 g protein, 3g carb, 16g fat = 332 cals
  • Meal 6: 200 g salmon, 80 g veggies (asparagus), 1 scoop Red Surge
    • 42 g protein, 10 g carb, 25 g fat = 433 cals

Daily Totals: 331 g protein, 322 g carb (~25 g fiber), 95 g fat, 3475 calories

*Note: Where applicable, all measurements are based on cooked weight.

Chris’ portion sizes are reduced as the competition date approaches to make sure he is in peak performance shape for the show. The above meal plan is an example of his diet during contest preparation.

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SAMPLE CHRIS BUMSTEAD OFFSEASON MEAL PLAN

It is a bit less strict with food choices and portion sizes during the offseason at Bumstead. He eats mostly according to how his body looks; if he feels like he’s gaining a little too much weight, he’ll eat less.

The fact that Chris Bumstead competes in the classic physique division at Mr. Olympia keeps him from “blowing up” beyond his stage weight in the offseason. It makes it much easier for him to get shredded when the time comes to prepare for contests.

Here’s an example of what Chris Bumstead eats on an offseason day:

  • Meal 1: 3 whole eggs, 230 g (liquid weight) egg whites, 600 g (dry weight) diced potatoes
    • 55 g protein, 103 g carb, 15 g fat = 776 calories
  • Meal 2 (Pre-Workout): 180 g chicken breast, 280 g white rice, 60 g of veggies (green beans), 1 tbsp macadamia nut oil
    • 73 g protein, 102 g carbs, 23 g fat, 907 calories
  • Meal 3 (Post-Workout): 50 g Cbum Iso Grass-Fed Whey Protein (~1.75 scoops), 1 medium banana, 100 g carbs from rice-based cereal
    • 56 g protein, 116 g carb, 5 g fat, 721 cals
  • Snack: 1 medium apple
    • 0 g protein, 22 g carb, 0g fat, 88 cals
  • Meal 4: 180 g chicken breast (cooked weight), 280 g white rice, 2 tbsp hummus, vegetable stir-fry medley
    • 52 g protein, 68 g carb, 10 g fat, 570 cals
  • Meal 5: 200 g Flank steak, 600 g (dry weight) sweet potato, 90 g veggies (asparagus)
    • 52 g protein, 137 g carb, 33 g fat = 1048.5 cals
  • Meal 6: 200 g salmon, 230 g white rice, 1 scoop Red Surge
    • 46 g protein, 43 g carb, 29 g fat =617 cals

Daily Totals: 310 g protein, 519 g carb (~35 g fiber), 113 g fat, 4,325 calories

If not stated otherwise, all food measurements are based on cooked weight.

There’s no need for everyone to follow Bumstead’s diet since he’s a professional bodybuilder living life on the edge. He needs ample nutrition to keep his weight up as a result of the stress of training so intensely. The calorie and macronutrient requirements of Chris are likely higher than those of most gym-goers.

However, Bumstead’s general approach to nutrition during the offseason and contest preparation can be learned by any aspiring bodybuilder or athlete. Below are some of his nutritional guidelines:

  • Spread out your meals and snacks through the day, roughly 3-4 hours apart (you don’t have to eat every two hours to build muscles or “stoke your metabolism”).
  • A generous serving of complete protein should accompany each meal
  • A moderate amount of healthy fats should be included in each meal
  • You should consume most of your carbs both pre-and post-workout to facilitate recovery and stimulate muscle growth
  • Consume plenty of vegetables and fruits, which are good sources of micronutrients and fiber
  • As much as possible, prepare your meals in advance

People are likely to feel overwhelmed at first when counting macros and planning meals. However, you’ll find that once you find a routine and integrate the process into your daily routine, it is quite simple.

Despite the importance of consistency, it’s okay if you have to eat a “less-than-ideal” meal if something comes up; stressing about it will do more harm than good. Always keep Authentic Bars in your bag (Bumstead’s favorite is the Peanut Butter candy flavor) if you’re always on the go.

What to Eat

Here is a list of food that Bumstead eat in his diet plan

  • Eggs
  • Egg Whites
  • Low-Sugar Oatmeal
  • Chicken Breast
  • Ground Turkey
  • Veggies
  • Rice
  • Bread
  • Whey Protein Shakes
  • Avocados
  • Peanut Butter
  • Non-fat Dressing
  • Low-sugar Ketchup
  • Water

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What to Avoid

Here is a list of  foo that Bumstead avoids in his meal plan

  • Junk Food
  • Added Sugar
  • Excess Sodium
  • Fried Foods
  • Empty-Calorie Foods
  • Processed Foods
  • Chemicals Additives
  • Artificial Ingredients

Chris follows that diet plan throughout the day. His diet plan is not rigid and he keeps changing his meals here and there according to what he needs. However, he maintains the same macronutrient intake. Additionally, we will discuss some of his nutrition tips and tricks that he would incorporate into his diet in the next section.

Chris Bumstead Diet Tips

Chris discusses his diet tips in this section so that he sticks to his diet better and gains better results from his meal plans. As such, in this section, we’ll investigate the topic in-depth and attempt to figure out if it’s worth it? Continue reading to learn all about it.

Solid Start

Bumstead eats every few hours during the day. In addition to scrambled eggs, three packets of oatmeal, a banana, peanut butter, and a protein shake, he can easily consume 1,000 calories for breakfast.

Flapjack Man

The Bumstead breakfast of choice is protein pancakes made from eggs, whey protein, bananas, oats, and almond milk, with glutamine for an extra boost.

Birds Beware

Bumstead eats grilled chicken or ground turkey at every meal but his first one, and sometimes he even eats it for breakfast.

Carbs Aren’t Bad

In addition to oatmeal, rice, bread, bananas, and sweet potatoes, Bumstead eats bananas and sweet potatoes. When eating carbohydrates, it’s important to make sure they’re high in nutrition and not just empty calories.

Watch the Sauces

Salads at Bumstead are dressed with non-fat dressing. The hidden sugars, hydrogenated fats, and calories in sauces are notorious.

Chris Bumstead

Sweet & Salty Treats

If Bumstead is bulking up, he likes to consume sweet potato fries. When it comes to peanut butter, Bumstead prefers it smooth.

Here is a list of diet tips that Chris has to give to his fans and people who follow him. In the following section of the article, we will learn how he supplements his diet and what his favorite supplement is. The section ahead will explain how each supplement can help him achieve optimal health.

Chris Bumstead Nutrition and Supplements

For this heavyweight bodybuilder, the diet is not always enough and he will need some additional supplements to supplement his diet. He follows a few supplements that make up a part of his diet and replenish him during his strenuous workouts and daily routine. Read on for more information.

WHEY PROTEIN

Homestead’s Jacked Factory line of supplements contains rapidly-absorbing whey protein, which increases strength, promotes muscle growth, and speeds recovery. These supplements are manufactured in an FDA-approved facility in the US.

GLUTAMINE

The protein pancakes Bumstead makes often contain glutamine. This amino acid is important for immune health, digestion, and muscle recovery.

PRE-WORKOUT

Citrulline, beta-alanine, and betaine in Bumpstead’s Nitrosurge pre-workout boost energy and focus to help you maximize power and pumps.

GREENS POWDER

Bumstead’s Green Surge with probiotics, prebiotics, and enzymes contains essential micronutrients from organic plants and does not contain added sugar to support digestion.

Chris Bumstead

ESTROGEN BLOCKER

Boosting testosterone, supporting fat loss, increasing muscle mass, and increasing energy and vitality, Bumstead’s Androsurge estrogen blocker naturally boosts testosterone.

FAT BURNER

As part of Bumstead’s line, there is a fat burner with capsicum and green tea extract that increases energy burns more calories, and suppresses appetite.

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