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Enjoy Your Protein

By The Supplement Den - Monday, December 19, 2011

I get a lot of comments from customers about how 'all protein tastes terrible anyway', or customers that take it not because they want to, but because they have to. For me my protein shakes are one of my most enjoyable meals of the day.  Gone are the days when protein tasted terrible and you had to hold your nose and pour it down your throat.  The selection available now days is extensive and there are some brilliant tasting proteins available. Some of my favorites as far as tastes and blends goes are Proto Whey, Thermo Burn, MyoFusion and the new Flurry.  Read More

Craze- The Ultimate Performance Pre Workout

By The Supplement Den - Thursday, December 15, 2011

Craze is the latest BIG THING to hit the supplement industry. It is a pre workout formula from the internationally recognised brand Driven Sports. Craze utilises a very different formula to your average pre workout formula and delivers on all aspects.  Read More

Post Training Supplements

By The Supplement Den - Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Post training is the critical time to get your supplements correct to benefit the most you possibly can from your workout. Horley's Ice Whey is one of the best post work out Proteins as it is a fast acting Isolate for instant muscle recovery, it also contains some of the highest BCAA's that is on offer in a top quality protein powder.For insulin response, mix this with Horley's Replace, which is a fantastic ratio of carbohydrates to force the protein into the muscles, where you want it.  L-Glutamine and Creatine should also be included for optimum recovery and muscle growth. Vanilla Ice Whey tastes fantastic mixed with the Raspberry Replace! Read More

D-Ribose & its Effectiveness in the Gym

By The Supplement Den - Monday, August 22, 2011

D-Ribose Powder is a very popular supplement used by athletes worldwide and for a very good reason. D-Ribose is a carbohydrate source that not only restores the basic energy of your body but maintains its full charge during the day.  Perhaps the greatest and most important role of ribose to the athlete and fitness minded is its contribution to the formation of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is the primary energy source for muscular contraction and without ribose, our cells cannot manufacture ATP.  Read More

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