A WHEY PROTEIN DIET PLAN

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THE IMPORTANCE OF PROTEIN IN YOUR DIET

Whether you're looking to bulk-up, build lean muscle or shred body-fat, a protein rich diet (around 2g per kg body mass daily) is essential for muscle maintenance, growth and repair. Supplementing with protein is a proven way to help you boost your protein intake and optimise your muscle repair and hypertrophy support. Check our guide to protein and its role in your diet and the benefits if you train regularly...

PREVENT THE RISK OF YOUR BODY EATING MUSCLE FOR ENERGY

Protein is vital when training hard and cutting energy intake, because it helps to prevent the risk of your body eating its own muscle for energy. Because whey is highly bio-active, it's an excellent protein to support this goal. Opting for a diet-specific protein shake such as WHEY PLUS RIPPEDCORE™ gives you the benefit of whey, plus effective support nutrients. It includes 20g of whey-rich protein per serving to help you maintain metabolism supporting muscle mass when dieting, plus high strength green tea extract and niacin, iodine and biotin which support your metabolism. Check out the example whey protein diet plan below, to see how to start losing body fat in conjunction with intense training:

Breakfast: 2 poached eggs on rye bread
Snack: PRO 2GO® DUO BAR + piece of fruit
Lunch: Tuna Salad
Pre-Workout: WHEY PLUS RIPPEDCORE™
Post-Workout: WHEY PLUS RIPPEDCORE™
Dinner: Lean steak with char-grilled veg
Pre-Bed: 1 cup cottage cheese & handful nuts / protein shake (GRS 9-HOUR®) PROTEIN

LEAN MUSCLE DEFINITION

If you're hitting the weights hard and eating clean, then there's no better protein to support lean gains than whey. The reason for this is because you can almost guarantee that when you drink your shake, your body will efficiently utilise whey protein to build lean muscle in response to progressive resistance training. Supplementing with a protein shake that's specifically designed for lean muscle growth and definition, such as OMNI-MX® LEANCORE will provide excellent all-in-one support. It includes a scientific 41g whey-rich protein, 46g carbohydrates and 370 calories per serving to promote lean muscle gain, plus zinc to support testosterone and creatine to boost training intensity. Take a look at the whey-rich diet plan below for an example of how to gain lean muscle from weight training:

Breakfast: Lean venison burger
Snack: PRO 2GO® DUO BAR + piece of fruit
Lunch: Chicken Salad
Pre-Workout: OMNI-MX LEANCORE™
Post-Workout: OMNI-MX LEANCORE™
Dinner: Jacket Potato with lean chilli mince
Pre-Bed: 1 cup cottage cheese & handful nuts / protein shake (GRS 9-HOUR® PROTEIN)

BULK UP/RAPID MUSCLE MASS

When you bulk-up you need a lot of calories to fuel training and maximise gains in size and strength. However, this is no excuse to 'eat dirty' every day of the week. Boosting your protein intake with protein and quality calories will ensure your gains in mass are mostly muscle! For this reason it makes sense to supplement with a quality weight gainer such as OMNI-MX® HARDCORE. It includes 45g protein, 75g carbohydrates and 530 calories per serving to power mass gain, plus zinc to support testosterone and creatine to turbo-charge workout power. Here's an example of a whey protein diet plan for mass gains:

Breakfast: 4 poached eggs on wholegrain toast + 1 bowl of porridge
Snack: PRO 2GO® DUO BAR + piece of fruit
Lunch: Jacket Potato plus tuna + sweetcorn
Pre-Workout: OMNI-MX® HARDCORE
Post-Workout: OMNI-MX® HARDCORE
Dinner: Shepherd's pie with veg
Pre-Bed: GRS 9-HOUR® PROTEIN blended with 2tbsp natural peanut butter
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