A review of GRS 9-HOUR PROTEIN by SCI-MX athlete Martin Silva

One of our most popular protein shakes is GRS 9-HOUR® PROTEIN. With a state-of-the-art multi release protein complex  and 9-hour continual amino-feed, it's an incredible muscle gain supplement. But don't just take our word for it, here's what SCI-MX athlete (PT and Men's Physique competitor) Martin Silva thinks of GRS 9-HOUR® PROTEIN.

"I thought I'd try this product after getting good results from SCI-MX ULTRA WHEY™ PROTEIN.

The science behind GRS 9-HOUR® PROTEIN is incredible, what makes it unique from any other protein supplement is that it has a multiphase release system meaning it's kind of 'drip fed' to you over roughly a 9 hour period. This is hugely beneficial for me because of the amount of energy I exert lifting heavy weights and training lots of clients on a daily basis.

Every morning I'll blend up (using an electric food mixer):

2 scoops of GRS 9-HOUR® PROTEIN
50g gluten free oats
4 egg whites
350ml water

...Which delivers around 63g of protein over a sustained period!! (2 scoops GRS protein= 40g protein).

Due to the high amino acid content per serving this means I'm providing my body with the essential branched chain amino acids it needs for optimum energy and performance. On an average day I'll have 3 servings of GRS 9-HOUR® PROTEIN, one in the morning as part of my breakfast, one post-workout and one before bed.

I recently included this as part of my lean bulking plan over a 6 week period. I gained 10lbs of lean muscle and my bodyfat dropped from 11% down to 6%!! Obviously my diet and training regime also played a huge part in this but I have no doubt that due to the constant supply of slow releasing protein this product gave me; it has helped to elevate my metabolism and build muscle.

I would highly recommend this product to anyone who is serious about training, don't forget 3 servings = 120g protein!! So not only can you include this product as part of a healthy diet but it's also really handy for anyone with a super busy lifestyle and not enough time to eat set meals at set times."

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