Dustin Elliott

Dustin Elliott has a Bachelors in Exercise Physiology, and is a member of the Betancourt Nutrition team.
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Dustin Elliott

Quick Stats

  • 6'1"
  • 225 lbs
  • 8%
  • 17.8"
  • 27.5"
  • 47"

About Dustin Elliott

Dustin ElliottWhen I was in Elementary school I began to appreciate the benefits of being physically active because I was enrolled in Tae Kwon Do classes year round and I noticed it helped me to become stronger and more flexible than my peers. I started lifting in 8th grade after being asked by my peers to play sports and knowing full well from my years of martial arts that proper training had a direct correlation to improved performance.

After years of training in Tae Kwon Do and Kickboxing, then playing a year of College football as a walk-on; I realized that what I loved most was the body’s ability to change with the training stimulus it was presented with. After spending a lot of time with the team strength and conditioning coach I fell in love with Exercise Physiology which lead to the completion of my degree in this field at Florida International University.

My new found passion for bodybuilding has lead me to competing in natural competitions and getting involved in the sports supplement industry. Dustin is the Head Formulator for Betancourt Nutrition.

Betancourt Nutrition Supplements

Betancourt Nutrition

Long overdue is an intelligently rebellious company capable of saving the bodybuilding community from atrophy, not only of muscle but of mind. The goal of Betancourt Nutrition is to provide the hardcore bodybuilding nonconformist with an alternative to the homogenized sameness of the suburban supplement scenery by developing “addictively sweet” and “immediately anabolic” formulas capable of reliably re-charging the senses.

Training, recovering, building, improving –Betancourt Nutrition has broken out of the soulless, tasteless mold of contemporary supplement formulas and made the achievement of these goals intensely real and flavorful. Setting Betancourt Nutrition further apart from the “herd” is the fact that it has its own manufacturing laboratory where its team of expert nutritional architects formulates, tests and certifies every supplement with the attention to detail, passion and dogged perseverance of makers of fine wine.

Dustin Elliott's Content

Workout Supplements For High Intensity Exercise
High intensity exercise allows you to perform more work in a shorter amount of time. Learn how to maximize these workouts by choosing the right supplement ingredients.
Omega 3 Supplementation & High Intensity Exercise
Joint inflammation & tendonitis can be major issues for athletes performing frequent high intensity exercise. Learn why Omega-3's are a better choice than NSAIDs.
Revamp Your Routine With Whole Body Training
Dustin Elliott provides rut-busting approaches to both training and diet. Train whole body, eat more nightly carbs and get the results you want.
Ideal Repetition Speed And Rest Periods
Natural bodybuilder Dustin Elliott analyzes the science and studies behind muscle building, helping you to adjust your training for maximum results.
Ultimate Abdominal Development: How To Really Gain A 6 Pack
Get beach ready! Learn how to train and eat to maximize your hard work and finally carve out that jaw-dropping six pack.
MMA Nutrition: What Fighters Should Be Eating
Dustin Elliott outlines several ideas for proper weight management, including information on water and macronutrient intake.
The Latest Research On Sports And Training
A detailed and scientific look at squatting, vertical leap and sprint performance, improving your golf/bat swing, and the importance of a dynamic warmup.
How Important Is Supplementation For Fitness?
Do supplements help you reach your goals faster? Explore the benefits of supplementation, and the impact on performance and muscle gains.
Ranking Exercises For Chest: Is The Bench Press Number One?
Want to build a big chest? Dustin Elliott lists the most effective exercises for chest, and helps you to refine your training and maximize muscle gains.
Top 10 Exercises For Back Training: Who’s Number 1? Deadlifts Or Pull-Ups?
Dustin Elliott ranks the best exercises for building a massive back, listing pull ups as number one. Included in the list are several major surprises.


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Posted Sun, 04/14/2013 - 09:29

Hey guys, can anyone here help me?? I've been doing bodybuilding for quite some time but I am getting nowhere I need help...