What's a good recovery supp?
My protein powder has bcaa's plus I take an addtional bcaa supp, what would I need in a good recovery supp alot of or what?
Youre thought please.
Sorry for my ignorance in advance.
Depends on your training goals. For the most part, a good protein post workout is fine. If you're bulking, take in more carbs than usual post workout is really the only difference.
Really pat attention to carbs, a lot of proteins cut down on them (for bulking). I've been trying to find a new post workout protein myself, but no luck so far
Whey/Carb blend post workout. Eat plenty of protein and carbs and you will recover. No trick or special protein needed.
5g 4:1:1 BCAA + Propel Powder, 5x per day + 6 capsules of USPlabs PRIME (2/2/2) per day. Nothing that beats it, in my opinion.
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staples of mine:
instant oats grinded
whey casien mix or sustained release protein
all natural PB
mac nut oil
maybe some kinda fruit like banana, strawberry, blueberries, etc...
bets the crap they sell over the counter.
I think if you eat a good foods you get all your BCAAs so unless u workout early in the am its not really needed.
Glutamine, creatine, beta alanine, vitargo/waxy maize all post workout staples of mine
I hear Powerfull, IGF2, Prime, Stoke + Testofen, AP, Glycobol... all that stuff helps with recover also, but it can be pretty $$$$
Here's one I like, though it's a beast to drink..
16oz Milk (2% or skim or whatever)
1.5 cups of dry Oats
2 scoops Whey
1 tbsp EVOO
And of course you can add or subtract whatever. Simple, effective, beastly..
Coincidentally, you may want to add another form of fats or just drink the EVOO separate. It floats to the top and is kind of gross mixed with the other ingredients, unless you don't mind taste.
Some great products have been mentioned. The basics could include EAAs (with a 4:1:1 BCAA profile), Citrulline Malate, and Beta Alanine. One could build on this foundation.
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