Sports and Athletics

ASEA Athletes 2019

ASEA, an emerging global leader in cellular health, attracts athletes from around the globe as ASEA brand ambassadors, including Olympic gold medalists and worldwide record-holders in competitive sports including swimming, running, cycling and powerlifting.

Each of these athletes, unique in background, has joined the ASEA Athletes team to demonstrate the positive impact ASEA’s cellular health supplement has had on their healthy, active lifestyles. These athletes use the ASEA Redox Supplement to enhance their physical performance, increasing their endurance and recovery times and allowing them to achieve new levels of success in their careers.

As ASEA continues to grow and expand, we are excited to partner with a field of extremely diverse and talented athletes. ASEA’s groundbreaking redox signaling technology has shown to be beneficial to each of these athletes by improving their physical performance and overall health, giving them the ASEA edge over their competition. The diversity of these athletes shows that anyone, no matter age, gender or genetic disposition, can stay active and healthy longer by using ASEA.

Elite athletes report increased endurance and quicker recovery when using ASEA Redox Supplement. In every kind of cell, ASEA Redox Supplement enhances overall health, which means added support where the body needs it most.

Breeja Larson – ASEA Athlete

Years Competing: 10
Years Using ASEA: 10
Favorite ASEA Product: When training, ASEA REDOX. And I LOVE the RENU Advanced Skin Care line!
ASEA Routine: I use the skincare line every day after I finish training and before I go to bed. For the ASEA REDOX supplement, I have 8 oz before and after each training session.

ASEA Experience:

“I love taking ASEA because I know it’s a clean product and it helps me recover. There are a million and one products out there, but I love that ASEA is so simple and easy to trust, and it gets me through the week.”

Breeja started in a swimming club in 2009, her senior year of high school. She was introduced to ASEA by a family friend and started taking it within a couple weeks of starting the swim club. Breeja swam a little faster each competition and by the end of the year, she had a scholarship offer to swim at Texas A&M University.

Breeja took ASEA with her to college and by the end of her freshman year she had placed 2nd in both the 100 and 200 yard breaststroke races at NCAA National Championships, and was awarded Big 12 Conference New Comer of the Year. Having tasted success, she was hungry for more.

During her sophomore year, she ramped up her training while continuing to take ASEA and was able to get her first American Record and National Title in the 100 yard breaststroke at NCAA National Championships. A couple months after that, Olympic Trials were being held for the 2012 games in London, where Breeja won the 100 meter breaststroke, landing her a spot on the US Women’s Olympic Swim Team.

At the London Games, Breeja earned a spot on the 4×100 meter Medley Relay for the team’s breaststroke phase and won Gold in the event. The following year she broke even more American Records in the 200- and 100-yard breaststroke. She qualified for the World Championships held in Barcelona, Spain, where she was part of another Gold Medal winning relay for Team USA. Since then, Breeja has continued to swim and compete in multiple international competitions, all the while trusting ASEA to help her recover.

Cody Miller – ASEA Athlete

Years Competing: 19
Years Using ASEA: 8
Favorite ASEA Product: RENU 28
ASEA Routine: “I drink eight ounces of ASEA REDOX when I wake up and eight ounces before bed. I use RENU 28 on my knees after almost every workout. On a super heavy training day, I will double my ASEA REDOX intake, drinking eight ounces four times a day.”

ASEA Experience:

“In 2018 I tore my meniscus and credit a huge amount of my recovery to using ASEA’s RENU 28. My first competition back, post injury, took place in March, 2019. I swam at the TYR Pro Series Championships in Des Moines Iowa. I placed 3rd in the 100 breaststroke, I’m now ranked 8th in the World so far this year! Great first competition back!”

Cody Miller started his swimming career for a different reason than most. Due to a medical condition called Pectus Excavatum (a chest deformity), he started swimming to monitor his heart and breathing. As it turned out, he was a natural, having success early on in his career. Cody set national records in both the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke as a teen. He then went on to swim for Indiana University.

During his collegiate career at Indiana University, Cody set school, Big Ten conference, and national records. He was a 10-time NCAA All-American, and was undefeated at the Big Ten Championships, sweeping the breaststroke events all four years.

Cody is currently one of the top swimmers in the world. He’s set eight American Records and competed for Team USA all over the world. He swam in championship finals at the World Championships, World University Games, The World Cup Series, and the Olympic games.

Over the course of his career, he’s won 15 major internal medals, including a Bronze medal in the 100m Breaststroke at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Most notably he won Gold alongside Michael Phelps as a member of the 4×100 medley relay in Rio, the final event of Phelps’s career.

This past summer Cody finished 5th in the 100m Breaststroke at the 2017 World Championships in Budapest and won gold in the 4×100 medley relay.

Michael DiDonato – Asea Athlete

Years Competing: 6
Years Using ASEA: 3
Favorite ASEA Product: ASEA REDOX
ASEA Routine: I wake up and take 6 oz. of ASEA REDOX on an empty stomach. After my morning workout, I take 4 capsules of VIA Source. After dinner, 3 capsules of VIA LifeMax. Before bed, I drink an additional 6 oz. of ASEA Redox.

ASEA Experience:

“When training and competing, I consume at least 12 ounces of ASEA REDOX per day and apply RENU 28 morning, night, and right after a race. This helps my body recover and operate at peak efficiency.”

Mike is a husband, father of three, an expert in martial arts, and an active member of his community. When he’s not with his family or working at Southbridge Tool and Manufacturing (the family business), Mike can be found training for a race or hanging out with his racing partner partner, Kyle.

Mike races with Kyle to give him the opportunity to experience the thrill of competition again. Kyle was left quadriplegic after a drunk driver crashed into his family’s van in 1997. Before Kyle’s accident, he loved competing in sports, particularly Kung Fu. Kyle is the heart and soul, Mike is the arms and legs. Together, they are known as Team Unstoppable.

Team Unstoppable was named by Kyle and represents the resilience he shows as he continually overcomes whatever obstacle is thrown at him. Mike may be the arms and legs of the team, but Kyle is the heart and soul.

Mike was introduced to ASEA Redox through his mother. After using the product for a few weeks, he noticed that he felt better during and after workouts. Mike’s been using ASEA Redox for about four years and has recently introduced Kyle to it.

Outside of his inspiring hobby, Mike owns Southbridge Tool and Manufacturing, the company that created the chair that makes racing with Kyle possible. He’s the kind of guy you will spot on the side of the road helping a stranger fix a flat tire, or the neighbor who will show up to help you move without being asked.

Michelle Salt – Asea Athlete

Years Competing: 6
Years Using ASEA: 4
Favorite ASEA Product: RENU Advanced Ultra Replenishing Moisturizer
ASEA Routine: “I always drink 60 ml (2 oz) of ASEA REDOX before a workout and training, and an additional 60 ml of ASEA REDOX after workout and training. I also use the RENU Advanced Skincare System daily and love the RENU Advanced Ultra Replenishing Moisturizer!”

ASEA Experience:

“ASEA has given me the ability to recover much quicker from anything and everything I decide to take on, which is a lot! I am an avid snowboarder, snowmobiler, dirt biker, wake surfer, and mountain biker. Training, competing, and being active is my life, so having quicker recoveries and being able to get back to doing the things I love without missing a beat is very important to me. On a personal note, the RENU Advanced Skin Care system is amazing and has given me added confidence whenever I need to strike a pose or be in front of cameras.”

Michelle Salt has always made physical fitness and strength a priority. Perhaps her biggest test of that strength came in June 2011, her strength was truly tested as she faced her most challenging test when she was in a life-threatening motorcycle accident. Michelle broke numerous bones, spent seven days in intensive care, several months in the hospital, endured many surgeries, and ended up losing her right leg above the knee. Looking forward, she knew she had some tough times, but she fearlessly took on every challenge on her road to recovery, which included learning to walk with a prosthetic leg.

Never one to back down from a challenge, Michelle wanted to do much more than recover from her accident. She is now a National Team Athlete for the Canada Snowboard Para Team, a 2x Paralympian (she made history as the first female Canadian Paralympic Snowboarder at the 2014 Winter Paralympics), a 14x World Cup medalist, 3x Para-snowboard National Champion, National Women’s Wakesurfing champion, and an ambassador to many non-profit organizations.

Being a somewhat new amputee means Michelle now has the opportunity to challenge herself by learning to do everything differently. “I’m proud I’ve been able to return to everything I was involved in before my accident. Not one to settle, I have actively pursued all other interests I have had, such as snowmobiling, dirt biking, wakesurfing, mountain biking, and much more.”

More ASEA Athletes:
Dexter Yeates
Cody Waite
Kathy Waite
Thomas Toth
Shawn Burke


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