Gloucestershire celebrates five years of partnership with Nutrition X

9 May 2022

Gloucestershire Cricket is celebrating five years of partnership with Nutrition X with the award-winning sports nutrition brand continuing as the Club’s official nutrition supplier for the 2022 season.

Delivering everything from protein supplements to tailored consultancy, all of Nutrition X's products are batch-tested, fully Informed-Sport accredited and scientifically formulated. Developed by world-renowned nutritionists, they’re designed to support athletic performance across a multitude of sports.

Late last year, Nutrition X clinched not one but two prestigious ESSNA awards, awarded gold in the 'Best Protein Bar' category and winning the much-coveted 'Best Sports Nutrition Company' title.

As keen cricket fans running a fast-growing, successful business, Nutrition X and Gloucestershire Cricket are a perfect match. Nutrition X continue to support our coaches and players directly with their dietary planning, and are now official sponsors to Oliver Hunt, our new Strength & Conditioning Coach.

Jack Deaman, UK & European Partnerships, Nutrition X, said: “We are delighted to be continuing our long-standing relationship with Gloucestershire Cricket, especially as they are our home county club. The longevity of the partnership allows us to support and enhance all nutritional aspects and we are looking forward to working closely with Oliver in what will hopefully be a successful season."

Gloucestershire Lead Strength & Conditioning Coach, Oliver Hunt, added: “The Club has enjoyed working closely with the Nutrition X team and we are excited to continue this relationship with the local nutrition specialist.

“Nutrition X's products are vital for maximising players performance and recovery during both training and competition in a busy season. Most importantly we can be sure that the players are using safe and legal supplements produced with ingredients of the highest standard.”

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