LOGIN | REGISTER  Unregistered
SEARCH  
   

Post-Workout Chocolate Almond Shake Glasgow

Once you've finished training, bosh this shake for an increased muscle-building effect. Read on and learn more.

Personal Trainer
0141 5765030
29 Old Dumbarton Road
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Esporta Health & Fitness Clubs Plc
0141 2482244
11 Minerva Way
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Royale Health Club
0141 2211136
32 Granville Street
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Medespa Ltd
0141 3339399
16 Newton Place
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Living Well Health Clubs
0141 2489788
309 St. Vincent Street
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Good Health Good Life
0844 7365374
133 Yorkhill Street
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Western Baths Club
0141 5760294
8-12 Cranworth Street
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Fresh Start Fitness For Women
0141 3326022
250 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Tractus Health Club
0141 3540225
13 Woodlands Terrace
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Living Well Health Clubs
0141 2045512
1 William Street
Glasgow

Data Provided by:
Data Provided by:

Post-Workout Chocolate Almond Shake

Provided By:

Training can break down muscle protein, so it's vital you take in a decent amount of protein after a session to repair and regenerate muscles. The high-GI carbs help drive protein into the muscles, replenish depleted glycogen and speed the recovery process.

Ingredients
150ml almond milk
1 scoop chocolate whey protein powder
1tbsp maple syrup
1 banana
2tbsp low-fat Greek-style yoghurt
1 drop vanilla extract

Directions
Blend the ingredients together in a blender.

Why you should have it
Almond milk contains muscle-building protein and is rich in magnesium, which is good at relaxing and relieving stiff muscles. Yoghurt, besides being a good source of protein and calcium, is rich in vitamin B12, which is needed for muscle growth and appetite control. Maple syrup contains quick-release carbs which help the body to refuel. It will also replenish glycogen reserves depleted by exercise, which will speed the recovery process and prevent fatigue.

Bananas contain B vitamins that can help build the red blood cells you need to recover after strenuous exercise. They will also help restore the body's potassium levels to rehydrate cells after a workout. Vanilla's rich flavour comes from powerful antioxidants that can reduce muscle soreness, improve digestion and strengthen the immune system.

Check out our smoothie section for loads more tasty smoothies. More in the mag too so subscribe and we'll hook you up with five issues for £5 .

Read more from Mens Fitness: Post-workout chocolate almond shake

Company Website | Media Information | Contact Us | Privacy Notice | Subs Info | Dennis Communications | FitBrit

Our Other Websites: The First Post | Auto Express | Custom PC | Evo | IT Pro | IT Pro India | MacUser | Men's Fitness | Micro Mart | PC Pro | bit-tech | Know Your Mobile | Octane | Expert Reviews | Channel Pro | Know Your Cell | Know Your Mobile India | iGizmo | Digital SLR Photography | Den of Geek | The Week | Computer Shopper | Dennis Communications | Magazines | Mobile Phone Deals | Competitions | Health & Fitness | CarBuyer