Shedaun Smith EBOOST Brand Ambassador For many of our EBOOST Ambassadors fitness, in one way or another, is a full-time job. But Shedaun Smith is a vice president of a medical facility during the day, and a National Physique Committee Bikini competitor on the side!

Why do you use EBOOST?

I first tried the EBOOST powder supplements at the beginning of my competition preparation in late April of 2014. Within 20 minutes of trying it, I knew it was what I was searching for. EBOOST has supported me through the tiring cardio and workouts. It gives me the steady energy I need. And when it’s time to rest, there was no interference like those other energy shots and supplements. As I prepared to hit the National stage in August 2014, I felt healthy, strong, and confident, knowing I fueled my body by adding EBOOST to my regimen. And with its help, I placed 4th in my class of the International Federation of Bodybuilding North American Championships. Every day, I add the Natural Orange (my favorite flavor!) energy powder to my water. It helps keeps me focused, alert, and fueled. I also add Energy Powder to my post-workout Greek yogurt smoothie. EBOOST returns the nutrients to my muscles. As I prepare for my 2015 bodybuilding season, I feel confident, healthy, and whole. With EBOOST, I can push myself to higher level. I do those extra squats, I deadlift with more weight. I run longer. EBOOST helps me realize my potential of full power.

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What’s your workout routine?

Legs Day
  • Barbell Squats: 6 sets of 10 with medium to light-heavy weight
  • Individual Lying Leg Curls: 3 sets of 15 for each leg
  • Dumbbell Lunges: 3 sets of 15 on each leg
  • Leg Presses
  • 3 sets of 15 with feet at the top shoulder-width apart
  • 3 sets of 15 with feet at the bottom. Feet and knees together
  • 3 sets of 20 with feet wide apart in the middle. Pulsing half way up
  • Individual Leg Extensions: 3 sets of 15 on each leg
  • Stiff Legged Deadlifts: 2 sets of 15 slow and controlled
  • Canadian Deadlifts: 2 sets of 15 slow and controlled
  • Standing Calf Raises:  3 sets of 15 heavy weight
Back and Biceps Day
  • Cable Row with Individual Arms: 3 sets of 15 for each arm
  • Reverse Grip Lat Pull Down: 3 sets of 15
  • Bent Over Barbell Row: 3 sets of 15. Light to medium weight
  • Cable Crossover Pull Down: 3 sets of 15
  • Hyper-Extension (using your bodyweight): 6 sets of 15
  • Dumbbell Alternative Bicep curl: 4 sets of 12 moderate / heavy weight
  • Cable Curls: 3 sets of 15
  • Concentration Curls: 3 sets of until failure
  • 20 mins of 30% treadmill incline walking at speed 2.5
Booty Day
  • Barbell Squats: 6 sets of 10 of medium to light heavy weight
  • Curtsy Lunges: 3 sets of 15 for each leg
  • Cable Butt kickbacks: 3 sets of 15 for each leg
  • Barbell Bridges: 3 sets of 15
  • Supermans: Hold for 1 minute and rest 30 seconds, repeat 4 times
  • Hip Abductor Machine: 3 sets of 15 slow and controlled
  • Stiff Leg Deadlifts: 2 sets of 15 slow and controlled
  • Canadian Deadlifts: 2 sets of 15 slow and controlled
Shoulders Chest and Triceps Day
  • Arnold Shoulder Press: 4 sets of 10 heavy weight
  • Back Flies: 3 sets of 10 heavy weight
  • Barbell / Machine Inclined Shoulder Press: 3 sets of 15
  • Alternating Cable Shoulder Press: 3 sets of 15
  • Alternating Front and Side Dumbbell Raises: 4 sets of 12
  • Cable Chest Crossover: 3 sets of 15
  • Inclined Bench Chest Press with Dumbbells: 3 sets of 15
  • Push Ups: 3 sets of 20
  • Cable Triceps Extension: 3 sets of 15
  • Bench Dips: 3 sets of 15
  • 20 mins of 30% treadmill incline walking at speed 2.5

What do you eat in a typical day?

I eat six times a day to keep my energy up. Here’s a typical day: Meal 1 (7 am) is 230 grams of egg whites, two slices of turkey bacon, 40g oatmeal with 1/2 cup of blueberries and pink or orange EBOOST in grapefruit juice. Meal 2 (9:30 am) is a protein shake whey isolate (at least 25 of protein) mixed with 40g of oatmeal. Meal 3 (Noon) I like to have four ounces of baked or grilled chicken breast, a sweet potato (four ounces) and one cup of green veggies. Meal 4 ( 3:00 pm) is another protein shake whey isolate (at least 25 of protein) mixed with 40g of oatmeal. Meal 5 (6:00 pm) I like to have lean steak (four ounces of fillet mignon or flank) or a white flaky fish (tilapia or cod) with four ounces of brown rice and one cup of green vegetables. Meal 6 (9:00 pm) is 230 grams of plain greek yogurt mixed with Açai EBOOST and a diced apple. You can see that keeping up with Shedaun is no easy task. Better have your EBOOST! Follow her training sessions and competitions on Instagram and Facebook.