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Impact Whey Protein
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Our Energy & Endurance range contains of a variety of high impact energy sources for those involved in endurance training. Including our convenient ready-to-drink, Isotonic and our newly reformulated ENER:GEL, this is perfect selection to keep you training harder for longer.
If your energy levels drop before you feel they should or your training requires you to go on longer than your body allows then this is the section for you. Our diet and suggested products list is aimed to support long duration training such as marathons, cycling and long distance running, allowing you to get the most from your training.
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What shouldI eat?
Green tea extract
50g oats with banana mixed with 50g Impact Whey Protein mixed
2 slices of toast with Peanut Butter
Sipped throughout BCAA berry blast,1 serving of Beta alanine, Taurine
Tbsp flax seeds
100g chicken breast
300g Sweet potato, drizzled with honey
Unlimited salad vegetables
2 tbsp olive oil, 1tbsp balsamic vinegar
1 handful of walnuts
1 piece of Fruit of choice
Large salmon fillet roasted with olive oil, lemon juice and crushed garlic
Any vegetables and new potatoes roasted with olive oil
2 scoop Impact Whey Protein
1 scoop Instant Oats
3 tbsp almonds
Omega 3 capsules 4g (8000mg)
Water 3 litres
50g oats with banana mixed with 25g Impact Whey Protein mixed
1 slices of toast with Peanut Butter
Sipped throughout BCAA Berry Blast,1 serving of Beta alanine, Taurine
250g Sweet potato, drizzled with honey
2 tbsp olive oil, 1tbsp balsamicvinegar
Half handful of walnuts
1 scoop Impact Whey Protein
1 scoop Instant Oats
Water 2-3 litres
This meal plan is suggested for an average male and should be adapted to meet your individual requirements. When planning your diet you should always take into account your current state of health, activity levels and any special dietary requirements. Please ensure you consume plenty of water throughout the day. We do not advocate or promote any specific diet or nutritional plan apart from a varied and healthy diet.
How should Itrain?
Your needs will vary depending on what sport you're training for butthe general rule for fitness is that you train 3 times a week minimum at 30minsminimum per session.
Pyramid training can help with endurance training, the premise is thatyou start slow and easy, progress getting harder and harder and then slowlystart tapering off as if reaching the top of a pyramid and going back down. Forexample, start with our beginner program
Warm up at roughly 5kmph for 5 minutes
Then jog at 7kmph for 5 minutes
Then jog at 10kmph for 8 minutes
Then jog at 5kmph for 5 minutes
Cool down at 3kmph for 2 minutes
Total workout = 30minutes!
Next session or next week's sessions should then look like this:
Warm up at roughly 6kmph for 5 minutes
Then jog at 10kmph for 4 minutes
Then jog at 12kmph for 8 minutes
Cool down at 5kmph for 5 minutes
Total workout: 42 minutes!
And you get the picture, progress is progress and you'll be coveringsome impressive distances in no time!
We recommend seeking the advice of a medical expert before commencing any exercise routine.This training programme should be viewed as a guide only and should be adapted to meet your individual requirements and current levels of fitness.
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