Maximuscle Sponsors British Boxer Amir Khan

By Community | March 7, 2012

IBF Light Welter Weight Champion Amir Khan has inked a sponsorship deal with Sports nutrition brand, sick Maximuscle.

The British boxer, vcialis 40mg and former unified WBA (super) Champion will be provided with individually-tailored nutritional support to complement his lifestyle, cheap training and fight preparation for the next two years.

The Hemel Hempstead-based company is part of the GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) owned Maxinutrition group.

Khan will face Lamont Peterson in a WBA ordered rematch following the controversial result of their December 2011 fight on 19th May, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, Las Vegas.

Sponsorship manager for Maximuscle, Mark Morgan, said: “Amir Khan is one of the most exciting British sportsmen around and we are delighted to be able to help him achieve his boxing goals.

“Amir Khan is at a significant moment in his career and we are committed to helping him continue to build on his training and performances by providing him with first class sports nutrition. Maximuscle will focus its efforts on helping Khan to optimise his performance in key fights through bespoke nutritional support.”

Gareth Nicholas, Product and Education Specialist at Maximuscle added: “Khan has an incredibly hectic schedule which means that for him, the nutritional support that he receives need not only be of superior quality, but also convenient and easy to use. After any tough workout it is important to get protein into the body as soon as possible and Maximuscle products can help Amir achieve this.”

Discussing the new partnership with Maximuscle the British Boxer commented: “I’m training six hours a day 6 days a week, so my sports nutrition programme is vital during preparation for fights. In my sport making weight is a key focus so I am delighted to be able to call upon Maximuscle’s reliable sports nutritionists to help manage my diet and ensure I am in peak condition when I need to be.”

Maximuscle also works closely with over 1,000 elite athletes and professional sports teams including the England and Wales Cricket Board, the Welsh Rugby Union, the Rugby Football Union, Everton Football Club, London Wasps and Northampton Saints, as well as individuals such as Courtney Lawes, Stuart Broad, and European gymnastics champion, Daniel Keatings.

by Ismail Uddin