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Post-workout Protein Shake NYC Done Healthy!
When taking part in strenuous activity, such as a strength training routines, microscopic tears form in muscle fibers. To repair the broken down muscle, the body needs a combo of protein and carbs. To make the most of my workouts, I always make a shake using whey protein, which is easily absorbed by the body. Below is the recipe for 2 servings using Monster Milk. Each serving contains 215 calories and 29 grams of protein.
2 scoops Monster Milk (or whey protein powder)
1 Cup Coffee (helpful if you work out in the morning to give you a caffeine boost)
Place all the ingredients in a blender with 6-8 cubes of ice. Blend until smooth. Serve! (Takes me about 5 mins to make before I head to the gym).
Note: You can use instant coffee for the shake if its is easier. Put a spoonful of the coffee in the blender with a cup of water. I usually brew my coffee the night before and keep a cup of it refrigerated to make the shake in the morning.
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