Gilbert, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 5, 2007
WheyUP (http://www.wheyup.com) is proud to announce that popular radio talk show personality Danny Bonaduce will endorse the new sports beverage. Bonaduce is best known for his role on the Adam Carolla Show, the syndicated morning radio program produced by CBS Radio as part of its Free FM format.
Besides being a radio personality, the 48-year-old Bonaduce is also a fitness buff and boxing enthusiast. He regularly consumes WheyUP as a pre-workout drink, and will promote WheyUP during the Adam Carolla Show.
"I am a certified trainer and I own a gym," Bonaduce said. "WheyUP will give you the energy that you need to get into the gym and have a great workout, and the whey protein to help your muscles recover. It is a tremendous product."
WheyUP is one of the hottest new drinks in the sports beverage sector. The first product of its kind that combines a protein drink with an energy drink, WheyUP recently reached an agreement with retail giant GNC to be sold at the company's top 200 corporate stores. The drink is also available at Hi-Health and online at bodybuilding.com.
"I'm very excited to have Danny Bonaduce join the WheyUP team," said WheyUP's inventor and co-founder, Arizona-based entrepreneur Erik Rothchild. "Danny is a trend setter and nationally recognizable personality who takes his weight training and exercise seriously. You can see that he's in great shape."
WheyUP represents a breakthrough in the sports drink market. It combines 20 grams of whey protein with an energy formula in a sugar-free, non-carbonated beverage. WheyUP is sold in ready-to-drink 16-ounce plastic bottles in tropical citrus and wild berry flavors.
The fitness industry recommends consuming a minimum of 20g of whey protein prior to working out. Many individuals are also seeking a boost of energy to intensify their workout. With WheyUP, getting energized and adding healthy protein to a diet has never been easier.
WheyUP is targeted toward health-conscience individuals and fitness enthusiasts. It is ideal for fat-loss programs, exercise programs, weight-training programs, athletic activities, and as part of a healthy, active lifestyle.
"With 20 grams of protein, zero fat and only 1 gram of carbs, WheyUP is the perfect drink for people on carb-conscience diets," Rothchild said. "It's a great way to add protein to your diet and energy to your day."
For more information, visit http://www.wheyup.com.
To schedule an interview with WheyUP founder Erik Rothchild, for a product sample, or a high-resolution product image, please contact Curt Blakeney, Edge Public Relations at 480-628-1611 or edgepr(@)cox.net.