cbd fitness brian shaw

Cbd fitness brian shaw

We are very impressed, to say the least, and can’t wait to try some in the future.

Disclaimer – this is not a paid promotion and we have not yet tried the CBD oils as they would be illegal in the UK. The review is based on what we can see from their online presence and using our experience with CBD products.

To begin with, the lab reports are linked to on the website, and you can search through a whole bunch of the products that CBD fit have. We were very disappointed; only because the products would be illegal in the UK and we won’t be able to try any. These oils are true full-spectrum and contain a really, really nice range of cannabinoids including 0.7% THC. The highest you can legally get in the UK is 0.2% (this may change to 0.01% which is some bull-s***). This oil is going to be very potent and we know that any user will experience the full benefits of the hemp plant.

We also love the other products here because they do not simply rely on CBD. CBD fit sell a range of capsules which utilise other ingredients including turmeric, magnesium, melatonin and more. Each is designed specifically to target inflammation and joint pain, sleep and to promote gut health. More often than not, companies overlook the synergistic benefits of other active ingredients and focus on the benefits of CBD alone. This is the future of CBD and we love to see the thought, love and care that has been put into the development of the CBD fit product range.

What do Others Say?

We actually found it quite hard to find any reviews for CBD fit. This is potential because we are from the UK and there is another company which has the same name blocking up our search results. We are unsure what the legal implications of this are but there is certainly confusion going on here as they seem to have CBDfit products on their Google profile. From the reviews we can find, they are generally all glowing and say great things about the products. While we ourselves cannot try the products, we see that quality is king here and have no concerns about the lack of online reviews.

We decided to take a closer look at CBD Fit and try to get some products for ourselves: they offer some of the best CBD oils we’ve seen, CBD capsules and asleep tonic which contains melatonin. Unlike Beast Pharm they do not sell muscle rub/ skincare products.

We recently wrote a review of the brand new CBD company Beast Pharm owned by Eddie ‘The Beast’ Hall and it reminded us of another strong man who has launched a CBD business, Brian Shaw. The company in question is CBD Fit and is currently US-based but you can purchase the products in the UK, and they are seemingly fairly popular here too.

Who Is CBD Fit?

The most high profile of the team is Brian Shaw, one of the worlds most successful strong men. We noticed the company a way back when it was first launched from his Instagram profile. At the time, he was one of the first to publically promote CBD. These days, everywhere you look there is some kind of bodybuilder or social media influencer awkwardly holding a bottle of garbage to make a hefty commission. In contrast, shaw seems quite genuine in his passion and use of CBD. While you compare others like Hafþór ‘The Mountain’ Björnsson who has started to soullessly push any old junk, Shaw’s promotion is robust and clearly comes from a genuine love for cannabinoid products.

As a general rule, when we write a review about a product, we like to focus on the CBD oils. Most of the time, the oil is the most popular CBD product but it also sets a watermark for how good the rest of the products will be. For this reason, we will also be looking at the CBD oil first. At the moment, it only seems like there is one oil on offer which is a 250mg tincture. You can purchase the oil in a range of flavours (Dragonfruit & Mint) and in a few different bottle sizes.

Brian Shaw was a natural basketball player growing up in Colorado, and he won a full scholarship to play basketball at Black Hills State University. Still, he always loved lifting weights and in 2005, he entered his first strongman competition in Denver with no prior formal training. By 2006, he had become a professional. He placed in the top 3 in various international strongman competitionsand was tied for first place in the 2010 World’s Strongest Man, but ended up coming in second. Shaw went on to win the World’s Strongest Man competition in 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016. He also won the Arnold Strongman Classic in 2011 and 2015, the only man to double up on wins in both competitions in the same year. Shaw was featured in the History Channel’s The Strongest Man in History documentary in 2019. His YouTube channel, ShawStrength, has over a million followers. Shaw is 6 feet, 8 inches tall and weighs about 430 lbs.