It turns out there’s no chemical definition of a vitamin. They were all lumped together by historical happenstance when they were discovered around the same time. The Polish biochemist Casimir Funk came up with the word 'vitamine' before anyone had isolated a vitamin. Now, 104 years later, we’re still calling these things vitamins.Apparently, they are different chemical compounds and we need them to keep our bodies working properly. It may seem like there are more but there are only 13 essential vitamins. These are things our body cannot produce on their own and so we must get help from our food and our environment. For example, our bodies can only make the vitamin D that our muscles need after spending time in direct sunlight but you get vitamin A from dairy and vitamin C from citrus. Whether or not you need to take vitamin supplements is still subject to debate. If you have a deficiency, you must take supplements. But if you don't, taking extra seems to produce mixed results. Some recent studies have found that taking too much vitamin A and E can increase your risk of certain cancers. There is also some evidence that suggests taking too many vitamins taxes your liver which can lead to a whole host of problems. To make matters even murkier, Price explained that the recommended daily allowance for vitamins is often too high for most of us because they're meant to cover everyone's needs. So, unless you are addressing a deficiency, there doesn't seem to be any reason to take more than the recommended daily percentage. Supplementing is still recommended for pregnant women when it comes to folic acid, a B vitamin. The point is, if you are getting sunshine and eating a healthy, varied diet, you likely don't need to be taking vitamin supplements.
Due to COVID-19, shipping systems the world over are experiencing abnormal delays. There is an enormous demand on postal and delivery services as online shopping has skyrocketed, due to store closures and stay-at-home mandates. This is an unprecedented situation, and we are working around the clock to fulfill your orders as quickly as possible. To be clear, we are filling orders in 2-3 days, and we are shipping immediately after that. Once shipped, our shipping partner, UPS, will get your order out to you as quickly as possible. Thanks for your support and understanding.
We want you to start your fitness journey with us as quickly as possible, that’s why we send every package to the USA & Canada via expedited or standard shipping with our partners at UPS. Once your order is received and processed, it typically takes 2-4 days to get to you once it leaves our warehouse. That’s our commitment and we stand by it.
We ship within Canada and the United States via UPS with Standard & Expedited shipping (whichever is faster)
For locations outside of the US and Canada, we ship using FedEx International (EUROPE and Other Nations), which is usually in transit for 7-10 business days, depending on location.
We ship all of our physical products with UPS, from our warehouse location in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Delays caused due to custom withholds are not included in these estimated delivery times.
We offer a 30-day return policy, as long as: it is not more than 30 days past the date of delivery; and your item is in its original condition and packaging with the original order number. Refunds will be issued when the equipment is received back to the BodyRock warehouse, minus the original cost of shipping, and the customer is responsible for the costs of return shipping. To request a refund on physical product purchases, please contact us.
We cannot issue refunds on digital goods such as e-books or videos, as these are non-tangible goods that are irrevocable once the order is placed.
All of the BodyRock clothing is made to order and so is final sale. If you have any questions about sizing prior to placing your order, please contact us.