How To Mix A Pre-workout Protein Shake

How To Mix A Pre-workout Protein Shake

By | November 29, 2016

Pre-workout nutrition is the key to getting a good workout. Pre-workout shakes are a great way to get the nutrients you need to pump that extra weight, or do some extra reps. Wherever tasty your favorite pre-workout shake is, it can get boring after a while. Here is a favorite recipe to add some variety to your arsenal of pre-workout concoctions

You need:.
1 1/2 cups milk

. 1/2 banana, frozen.
1 tbsp.

 or as natural peanut butter.
1/2 cup raw oat bran or uncooked oatmeal.

1 scoop of vanilla whey.
Creatine powder (optional).

1
Use milk as a base. A glass and a half of milk is what you need to start. The most overlooked supplement, the milk fast acting and slow-digesting proteins to provide a constant supply of amino acids.

2
Discard half frozen banana in blender with milk. For added benefit, use slightly green bananas. They have less sugar and will provide longer lasting energy than a ripe banana.

3
Try some peanut butter. Then comes the peanut butter, but it must be natural. It has an abundance of mono-unsaturated fatty acids that increase muscle mass and faster fat burning.

4
Add to all that a half cup of raw oat bran or uncooked oatmeal. The complex carbohydrates will provide sustained energy for exercise, as well as the rest of the day.

5
Blend for 15 seconds, then add half a scoop of vanilla whey protein to kick-start the muscle recovery process.

6.
Add additional supplements if you will. Before a workout, it is a preparation process that the muscles are going through. To prep muscles to growth, can creatine added to the pre-workout shake.


Tips and Warnings

Drink protein shake one to two hours before your workout for maximum benefits to build and repair muscles.

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