MD Labs


About M.D. Labs

M.D. Labs may be best known as a company providing unique, quality herbal sports nutritional supplements to the natural products industry. Basing our business on quality products, environmental responsibility and social consciousness, we have established ourselves as one of the most dynamic companies in our industry.

We are proud to bring our vision of a natural life through supplementation. We are dedicated to bringing you the highest quality products at competitive prices, along with answering any and all of your questions regarding our products and the future of sports supplementation.

About Chad Coy

Chad Coy is the Research and Development Director for MD Labs/HDT. He is a successful strongman competitor from Kokomo, Indiana. Why does he compete in strongman competitions?

"It is FUN! I got bored in powerlifting (I still train like a powerlifter, but the meets just got too repetitive) and thought I could do well at strongman. I really enjoy the friendships I have made in the sport and that keeps me coming back! I have to sacrifice time away from my family, but since I have always trained and always will I guess they are used to it!"

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About Bryan Neese

Bryan Neese is a 36-year old junior high Science teacher who doubles as one of America?s premier strength athletes. Growing up he competed in football and wrestling. He got his start in strength athletics through bodybuilding, and he placed 4th in the teenage USA contest. Bryan?s first strongman contest was the Survival of the Strongest in 1998 where he took second to Phil Pfister and placed one ahead of Whit Baskin. He won the IFSA US Championship in 1999, giving him claim to the title of "America?s Strongest Man". In 10 years, Bryan sees himself still competing and promoting shows with Chad Coy and Karl Gillingham.

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  • Bryan Neese's Pre-Competition Strongman Training Routine!

    This is the routine I have been using for my pre-season training. This program is designed to build overall strength and mass! Learn the exact program that I used in route to winning the IFSA US Championship in 1999!

  • Getting Started On The Road To Fitness And A New You!

    Did you know that 61% of the American adult population is considered overweight? Find out why America, a country that is so in love with their 'inshape' sports icons, is so over weight?

  • Top 10 Training Tips For Better Results!

    Are you getting the results you were hoping for with your training program? If not, follow these ten tips to success!

  • Using Large Tires To Improve Strength!

    Tire training can add a new dimension to your strength and conditioning program. Learn why it isn't just for strongman competitors!

  • Sports Injuries? Get Back In The Game Faster!

    No matter what field of athletics you are in or what level you play at injuries are a fact of sports. How can we prevent injuries and if we get hurt how do we get back into the game, whether it be sports or just life in general, quickly?

  • Sports Nutrition And Kids

    Every parent should know what is good and what is not for their children. Learn what supplements will help improve your kids sports nutrition.

  • Eating For Strongman Competitors.

    Your performance at your next show is not only dependent upon your training but also on your nutrition. Most strongmen eat about whatever they want year round, but close to the show most clean it up.

  • 10 Awesome Weight Training Tips!

    10 tips. Is that enough? I consider the topic of weight training and doing it properly and I think of volumes of material, but I will do my best to condense what I consider the most important things into one article. Here goes.

  • Pause Squats For Greater Power!

    The root of any strength program must be leg strength. Pause squats can help you add size and mass to your legs. When you put pause squats into your program be prepared for some muscle soreness in your legs.

  • Nutrition 101!

    Consistent proper nutrition is the key to constant progress, not supplementation. Supplements can help but proper nutrition is paramount. The big picture is how you eat, train, and sleep.

  • Glutamine: The Body Building Amino!

    One of the most important finds has been the role of the amino acid glutamine. This amino acid is integral to a whole host of systems in the body. Find out how it helps you recover fast, grow lean muscle and burn fat!

  • Top Ten Nutritional Tips

    From counting calories to drinking plenty of water, and eating the right fats to consuming adequate proteins, these tips will help you achieve your nutritional goals!

  • Natural Athlete's Reality Check!

    Looking at the pictures of the genetically gifted, drug-induced bodies is most definitely awe-inspiring. It is easy to fall into the trap that maybe with hard work, proper nutrition, rest and the right supplementation program, you too can look that good.