"I'd have to say that 3FU3L has definitely helped me in my journey back to the CrossFit Games. In my attempt to make it back to the Games in 2014, the 2014 regionals would teach me a hard/valuable lesson. That lesson would be that recovery is just as important as intensity is during training. After missing out on the 2014 Games by one point at regionals, I had to re evaluate my training and nutrition because I felt I had no intensity to give in my final two days of competition. I figured out the hard way that when I felt healthy/recovered enough, I could go harder in my workouts. At the beginning of 2015, I began supplementing with 3FU3L and since then I have felt recovered before I train which allows me to give 100% intensity during workouts. I enjoy 3FU3L because I can take it at any time (pre/during/post) and truly know that my body is fueled. 3FU3L played a big part in sending me back to the Games. After 2 days of competition in the south region and sitting in first place overall, my body felt recovered/energized/fueled and ready finish the weekend on top of the podium."
CrossFit Games Athlete and Coach
Roy is a CrossFit Level 1 Coach. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Sports Fitness with a minor in history, and a Masters degree in Kinesiology; both are from Hardin-Simmons University where he also played linebacker for the football team as a 4 year letterman. Roy has competed extensively in the sport of CrossFit, including a 22nd place finish at the 2013 CrossFit Games, a 1st place finish in the 2014 Open in the South Central Region (12th place worldwide), and a 5th place finish at the 2014 South Central Regional. Roy also enjoys playing ping-pong at the gym and regularly binges on the Office. More on Roy CrossFit Games Profile Humble: Roy Gamboa Roy Gamboa-Hardin-Simmons University