Jarryd Hughes

Jarryd Hughes

Bio

Jarryd burst onto the Snowboard scene in 2012 as a 16-year-old with a 10th in his first ever World Cup in Stoneham Canada. Since his debut, he has gone on to win a gold and silver medal at the FIS snowboard Jr Worlds. Winning the Lake Lousie world cup in 2013, as well as becoming the world youngest #1, Winning X Games Gold in 2016 and in the process becoming the youngest winner in snowboard cross at X Games ever. More recently he has podiums on many world cups and gone on to win the Montafon World cup and in 2018, went to the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics and won a silver medal for Australia.

 

How often do you train?
I train 6 days a week in the gym and also snowboard as much as I possibly can.

How do you take your supplements?
I take my True WPI90 before and after every session as well as put a scoop of the Vanilla into my before bed snack just because it makes it taste so much better, and I also add in the True Pre workout for that extra kick before I start training. I'll also take the True Greens just to make sure I get my daily fix of greens.

What’s your favourite True supplement?
My favourite True product would have to be the True WPI90 not only because it tastes delicious but also because its HASTA certified which for me is awesome!.

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