“My name is Jake Prazak from Rock Falls, IA. I am married and have two children, Preston who is 7 and Paige who is 5. I currently hold two all-time historical bench press records – 909 pounds in the 220-pound weight class and 920 pounds in the 242-pound weight class. Below is a rundown of how I was introduced to Synergy WorldWide and ProArgi-9+.
I am constantly attacked by people and vendors who want me to use their product and promote it. I am very skeptical and cautious about any products that people try and push onto me, so when Lance Glawe first walked through my door, I thought, “Here we go again”.
After talking with Lance I knew he was passionate, knowledgeable, and believed in the product. After our first meeting I told him like I tell every other person who approaches me, “give me your product and I will try it on myself before even thinking about promoting it to somebody else”.
I used ProArgi-9+ during my training cycle, just before my first world record attempt. During this training cycle I consumed two servings per day. I had a great training cycle right up to my meet and noticed that all my lifts were getting stronger. On the day of the meet, I broke the world record with my first attempt at 909 pounds. My second attempt was even better than my first – I successfully benched 920 pounds I then called for 936 pounds on my third and attempt but barely missed it at the top of the lift.
Even though my strength increased and was able to successfully set two bench press records, I still wasn’t entirely convinced about ProArgi-9+ – so I decided to test it on another sample of 6 people. While on the product, each of these six people improved their performance and reported how good they felt.
I now recognize that ProArgi-9+ is an incredible product and will continue using it as part of my nutritional regimen. Thank you Synergy for helping me achieve my lifelong goal of achieving an All-Time World Bench Press Record…not one, but two! I also feel the healthiest I have ever felt. Next goal is to be the lightest ever to bench press 1000 pounds!”