The problem is your muscles are aching and need energy – that’s what this post-workout shake is good for. It will replenish your tired muscles with nutrients, protein and energy.
I’ve gone through all the guess work for you and counted the amount of calories, protein, carbs and fats, making sure that you are getting the proper amounts to ensure you’re getting the most out of these shakes.
Feel free to snag this recipe and put it on your fridge. It’s great to keep close by.
1 Cup Almond Milk
As you can see I’ve made certain that this shake has a high percentage of carbs and proteins, which will give your muscles the energy and ability to maximize your muscle potential. This is a shake that I personally use and will continue to use.
Let me know in the comments below what kind of shakes you want me to post about next! (pre-workout, greens, breakfast shakes, etc) and I’ll throw them up next week.
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