“You Are The Average Of The 5 People You Spend Most Of Your Time With”


My life has never been defined by success.


It started with an "unreachable" dream & the mindset of never quit. Failure is not the alternative to success. It’s only a temporary setback on a bigger, more significant course.

Everybody will encounter failure. What truly matters is how you react to and learn from that failure.


Take the story of Undisputed Nutrition. The hope is to end in massive success, but as you will find out it is rooted in failure. It is a perfect example of why setbacks should never stop you from following your vision.

I never went to school to be a businessman. Rather, I learned that I was a representation of a business.

The way I acted, carried myself, performed playing football, sold my skills to agents-scouts-universities-jobs, the defining stories I left for people to remember me by...

These all represented a successful foundation for what I believed to be a "successful business".



I thought that if you combined great customer service with extreme passion and knowledge of what you are selling, then people will trust you. Once you provide that trust with a great service people will come back.



My passion off the football field was fitness. If I wasn't in the gym I was thinking about what I was going to be doing the next time I went.


After tearing my ACL while playing with the Indianapolis Colts in 2013, I was sent home to MA for surgery & rehab from former Patriots doctor & top surgeon Dr. Tom Gill. My wife to be at the time Sanlay, my father Paul "Pudgy" Loiseau, and myself, came up with the idea of creating a nutrition store.


We dreamed that it would be the "candyland for fitness & nutrition lovers."


Our team at Undisputed Nutrition is what makes us who we are. We pride ourselves on where we come from, as all our lives are rooted with incredible adversity that never stopped any of us from reaching for the success.


My father, a high school hall of fame football player and successful business entrepreneur for over 50 years is my greatest role model. His mindset is anything can be done if you work hard enough.



But his greatest gift is his heart. He is always willing to help people, and will do anything for anybody.


My wife has the underdog mentality with the mindset of never quitting. Despite the odds, my wife has battled a tough upbringing but never let that stop her from working for everything she has.

She was a top salesman and customer service provider for her company when she was only a teenager. She would ride her bike to and from work because that was her only way of transportation.

She sharpened her skills for years working 7 days a week. She also can speak Portuguese; she came to America from Brazil when she was 4 years old.


I came from a division 2 college where nobody had ever made it to the NFL before. I've been cut 4 times by the NFL. Signed 6 professional football contracts. I've been represented by one of the best agents in the NFL “Sportstars” in Times Square NYC. Lived on friend’s couches after being cut. Snuck onto football fields and into gyms. Hustled nutrition products out of the trunk of my car.


But NEVER gave up.


I've bought my dream car, found my dream girl, and started my dream business & still have never stopped DREAMING.


2 Corinthians 9:6

God has blessed me more than I can imagine, and in the scripture, it says “for God loves a person who gives cheerfully.” And that is exactly what we do at Undisputed Nutrition.



A native of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, Loiseau attended Shrewsbury High Schoolwhere he set team record with 136 tackles as a senior in 2007.


He was named Massachusetts Defensive Player of the Year and helped his team to a state championship, but was ignored by Division I schools because of an assault and battery conviction in his junior year.


He played college football at Merrimack College. Loiseau finished his career with 382 tackles, including 377 in his final three seasons, ranking him first all-time in school history.

He broke the school record for tackles in a season with 133 in 2010 and was named 2nd team All-American.


Loiseau was twice named Northeast-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year, marking the first time a Merrimack player earned that award on two occasions.


Professional career

2012 NFL Draft

Projected as a seventh-round selection, Loiseau was listed as the No. 9 inside linebacker available in the 2012 NFL Draft. 

Sports Illustrated described him as a "tough-run defending linebacker who is best in the box", who, however, "struggles at playing football."


Pre-draft measurable



40-yd dash

10-yd split

20-yd split






6 ft ½ in

244 lb

4.71 s

1.75 s

2.85 s

4.21 s

7.31 s

33 in

9 ft 2 in


All values from pre-draft workout at Boston College[6]


Houston Texans

Loiseau was signed by the Houston Texans on May 14, 2012 after going undrafted in the 2012 NFL Draft. The Texans released Loiseau on September 1, 2012.


Indianapolis Colts

  • Signed to the Colts practice squad on November 13, 2012. Spent the 2012 #Chuckstrong season with the Colts.

  • On January 7, 2013, the Indianapolis Colts signed Loiseau to a Reserve/Future contract.

  • On April 30, 2013, he was waived by the Colts.

  • On August 8, 2013, he was re-signed by the Colts.

  • Waived/injured by the Colts on August 31, 2013.

  • He was released again from injury/reserve on September 6, 2013.


Los Angeles KISS

On June 24, 2014, Loiseau was assigned to the Los Angeles KISS of the Arena Football League (AFL).


Indianapolis Colts

  • Signed by the Colts as a Free Agent on August 3, 2014

  • Waived/injured by the Colts on August 20, 2014 after tearing ACL

  • Sent home to have surgery by Dr. Tom Gill. One of the fastest recoveries Dr. Tom Gill had ever seen.