Shakes Recipes To Have In Your Repertoire

When you have established a good workout routine and you want the protein shakes to aid you in the sessions, here are some recipes to try out. There are different types of protein shakes to take during your sessions and prior to or post session as well. If you are not a fan of fattening yourself up during the session and having to take a bathroom break in the middle, then go for a shake to take before or after session. All of these protein shakes require the proper protein powder to be added to it.  

Bedtime hot cocoa; workout version

According to sports physio and training professionals, this is a great recipe for those who want a bit of protein to work on their body during nighttime. For this recipe you need 1 cup of fat free milk, 1 scoop of chocolate whey protein(chocolate is the best but you can use your regular one as well), 1 packet of hot cocoa powder of your preference and 0.5 cup of low-fat cottage cheese. To make the protein shake you need to heat the milk but not boil and then put it into a blender along with the other ingredients and mix well. The cottage cheese works on your body during the night and works as a slow digesting protein. This shake has around 275 calories if you stick to this recipe and 1g of fat and no fiber at all.

Pumpkin spice

If you are in the Halloween or thanksgiving season, or are just craving a taste of pumpkin spice in your diet then this smoothie is the best option. To make this shake you need one scoop of your protein powder (vanilla flavor would be ideal), 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder, quarter a cup of pumpkin, 1 cup of spinach (or 1 scoop of greens powder), pumpkin spice, ice and water. Mix all these ingredients together in the blender until well mixed. Add water and ice as required to suit your taste buds. Adelaide sports physiotherapy services professionals recommend that the boosting of vision and lowering of blood pressure and such benefits of pumpkins are the best for a workout session or go for remedial massage Adelaide.

Traditional choco peanut butter smoothie

The all-time favorite chocolate and peanut butter smoothie is still one of the favorites among all persons. Adding two scoops of protein powder (chocolate flavor preferred), natural organic peanut butter, banana and water and ice as required this smoothie can bring back nostalgic memories and your energy. Usually adding all your favorite healthy food items together along with one or two scoops of protein powder can make the best protein shake for your body.