A 3:1 sports-recovery drink to repair and recover muscle following intense exercise.
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Drink after intense exercise.
Mix 3 scoops (75g) of Recovermax recovery drink with 400-500ml of water. Drink within 20 minutes of exercise to restore energy, repair fast, and boost your next performance.
Consume up to 2 MaxiNutrition Recovermax servings per day.
Recovermax is a unique post-exercise recovery drink that's been formulated using the latest sports science for muscle replenishment and to support muscle recovery following a training session, game, event or intense physical challenge. A refreshing drink available as 'smooth' orange, it provides the carbs, protein, electrolytes and glutamine to replenish and restore when your body needs it most. This fast-acting blend takes advantage of the post-exercise period to kick-start your recovery.
Each serving contains 55g of easy digested carbohydrates per serving to help meet the 1g per kg/body weight recommended after exercise. Few competitor recovery drinks provide as much carbohydrate, to help support refuelling and protein for effective recovery - ensure you are fit and ready at each and every training session.
Recovermax contains 14.5g of protein, high in all the essential amino acids and branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) to help restore your muscle fibers after damaging intense exercise. It's also high in glutamine, the most abundant amino acid present in muscle tissue.
As sweat rate increases so does the concentration of sodium within sweat, Recovermax contain this essential nutrient along with the other important electrolytes; potassium, magnesium, calcium and phophorus - helping to replace what exercise takes out.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 75g serving|
of which sugars
of which saturates
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 75g|
|Potassium||409mg (20%*)||307mg (15%*)|
|Calcium||167mg (21%*)||125mg (16%*)|
|Magnesium||152mg (41%*)||114mg (30%*)|
|Phosphorus||276mg (39%*)||207mg (30%*)|
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No, taking with milk slows down the release of protein. Mixing with milk will also add extra calories
Yes you can, the amount of water you use will only affect the taste.
No, only take post workout
This will depend on how frequently you exercise