My Post-Workout Protein Shake Recipe

My Postworkout Protein Shake

Build Muscle & Burn Fat Faster With My Post-Workout Shake

Do you want to build muscle quicker and burn fat faster?

Of course you do.

Well I have to ask, what is your post-workout meal? Do you even have a post-workout meal?

This is one of the most important meals for people who are living the lean lifestyle. Why? Because when you workout, you’re physically tearing your muscles apart. This depletes your muscles of energy (in the form of muscle glycogen) and puts your body in a catabolic state (causing muscle loss).

It’s up to you to hit that switch to turn your body into anabolic mode. This simply means your body goes into growth mode. As you know, it’s super super super (yep 3 x supers) important to maintain muscle at all costs. Building muscle keeps you younger, longer, and revs up your metabolism, allowing you to burn fat faster.

How Do You Flip The Switch To Turn Your Body From Catabolic To Anabolic Mode?

It’s simple. EAT!

Your post-workout meal should be comprised of:

1. a fast digesting protein source

2.a fast digesting carbohydrate source

The sugar from the fast digesting carb source will quickly replenish your muscle glycogen and help shuttle the protein to your muscles faster for optimal muscle rebuilding and recovery.

In today’s Live Lean TV Brad’s Cookbook episode, I show you my favorite post-workout protein shake recipe that fits all the above requirements.

It’s also delicious.

Watch today’s Brad’s Cookbook episode for my full post-workout protein shake recipe!

My Favorite Post-Workout Protein Shake Recipe

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Banana Maple Post Workout Shake

Ingredients:

– 1 cup of water
– 1 serving of Prograde protein powder
– 1 & 1/2 frozen bananas
– 2 tbsp of pure maple syrup

Instructions:

1. Add to blender.

2. Enjoy.

 

Questions For You:

– What do you eat after a workout?

– Do you have a favorite post-workout protein shake recipe?

 

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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.

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  2. Brad, I just found you! Thanks for your healthy living information and lifestyle. My goal is to move more toward preservative free vegan foods and wondered if there is a vegan protein powder that you might suggest?

  3. I’m working on eliminating any kind of inflammatory foods from my diet. But am still eating gluten free oatmeal preworkout. I was wondering what you eat BEFORE you workout. I have to have something in my system due to digestive issues and also I feel so depleted otherwise. I’m not necessarily trying to LEAN out anymore….just maintain.

    Post workout is usually eggs, veggies, and a sweet potato.

    But I like your idea of doing the shake and then having a protein and a sweet potato an hour later…..

    Shakes usually consist of coconut or almond milk, whey protein, strawberries, spinach, cinnamon, ginger, and ice.

  4. Look like my protein shake! Except I use Promasil Chocolate by Rivalus and sometime I change water for almond or cococut milk because I want to add some calorie to gain weight (I’m a hard gainer). I never use maple syrup but I like the idea and it worth a try.

    Once again Brad, thanks for the tips

  5. I love a good protein smoothie too after I run, but hadn’t really thought about having one after I do a strength workout, cause I am not hungry then… but I will make a point of it now. Thanks, Brad.

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