NuLife Ventures’ newest section, added and available on NuLifeVentures.com, features the views and opinions of diverse athletes that have experienced NuLife’s health-related products.
Our first athletic feature is new member, Eric King.
Eric was born on July 2, 1982. He started his career at the young age of 6 years old in his hometown of Antioch, CA. His mother was the biggest influence in his life that got him into sports.
He was drafted by the Houston Astros’ organization in the 13th round of the 2005 Major League Baseball draft. While playing in the Astros’ organization he was selected for an All-Star game as a starting second baseman and was also recognized as the best defensive second baseman in 2006.
Eric’s highlight of his collegiate experience happened in 2005, while playing in the College World Series. It was there that he hit .667 and was selected a few years later as a shortstop in the All-Decade Team (2000-2010) for the University of Tennessee.
After years of playing, he wanted to get a healthy alternative for chronic pain and to contribute more towards his wellness retreat clients. After much research, he came across pain relief products from NuLife Ventures.
When describing his first impression with NuLife Ventures’ products he said, “I am extremely impressed by the science, research and track record the Avacen 100 and Avacen Pro display in the marketplace.” He continued by stating, “The case studies alone speak for themselves. I have been inviting friends and colleagues to try this device. Moreover, I feel confident that I am providing a solution that can help so many people.”
Advice from Eric King:
Eric’s shared personal advice for the individuals that are considering using any of NuLife Ventures’ products is, “Action is the single biggest asset to living your dreams and following your passion. Particularly with NuLife Ventures, if you are on the fence, this is an incredible company, culture and product that is changing the lives for so many people. That’s powerful.”
To find more athlete testimonials, like Eric Andrew King’s, go to the NuLife Ventures’ website.
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