Ultimate Post Workout Shake

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Introduction: Ultimate Post Workout Shake

How to make the ultimate post workout protein shake!

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Step 1: Add 400ml of Milk

Step 2: Add 50g of Oatmeal

Step 3: Add One Whole Banana

Step 4: Add 2 Teaspoons of Peanut Butter

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

Step 6: Add a Few Ice Cubes

Step 7: Blend All Together

Step 8: Pour Into Cup

Step 9: Enjoy!!!

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    7 Discussions

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    superted001
    superted001

    5 years ago

    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.

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    srohwer
    srohwer

    5 years ago on Introduction

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

    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!

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    superted001
    superted001

    5 years ago

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

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    PaleHorseRider
    PaleHorseRider

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    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!