Introduction: Ultimate Post Workout Shake

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How to make the ultimate post workout protein shake!

Step 1: Add 400ml of Milk

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Step 2: Add 50g of Oatmeal

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Step 3: Add One Whole Banana

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Step 4: Add 2 Teaspoons of Peanut Butter

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Step 5: Add 1 1/2 Scoops of Chocolate Protein Powder

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Step 6: Add a Few Ice Cubes

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Step 7: Blend All Together

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Step 8: Pour Into Cup

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Step 9: Enjoy!!!

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superted001 (author)2015-01-11

peanut butter is a fat source. fat is slow to digest. it contains a high percentage of protein but due to the fat digests slowly. you want fast digesting macronutrients, fast carbs I.e. sugars and proteins basically. not hating just trying to help.

MoustafaE1 (author)superted0012015-01-11

Make it how you like ;)

PaleHorseRider (author)2015-01-11

I'll be sure to do this in the morning with my vanilla shake.

srohwer (author)2015-01-11

Nice. I substitute 6 coffee ice cubes for a boost of caffeine.

PaleHorseRider (author)2015-01-11

Excelently done! I normally just get 6 scoops of whey protein powder and mix in with a gallon of whole milk and drink it throughout the week!

superted001 (author)2015-01-11

Peanut butters no good post work out. It's too slow digesting

Peanut butter is the best source of protein right next to eggs. It's only slow to digest if you have clumps; so mix well!

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