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Impact Whey Protein
Impact Whey Isolate
Our Muscle and Strength range contains a range of products designed to increase leans muscle mass, improve recovery and support strength gains. From high quality protein to more advanced all-in-one formulas, this range covers everything you need to help you get the very best results from your training efforts.
The Muscle and Strength section is where you need to be if you?relooking to add lean body mass to your physique and gain all kinds of strength.We take you through the diet to support your lean gains, the training toprogress your strength and the products to assist you in your journey.
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2 slices of whole grain toast withpeanut butter and slice banana
50g Impact Whey Protein mixed with 3 tablespoon yoghurt
Sipped throughouttraining BCAA berry blast, 1 serving of Beta alanine
, 30g dextrose, finish remainder atend of session
2 scoops Impact Whey Protein
50g Instant Oats
1 serving of Beta alanine
Tbsp flax seeds
Lunch Beef salad ~220g
Unlimited salad vegetables
1 tbsp olive oil
Mix in some sweet chilli sauce withthe vinegar
(you could also add a little freshcoriander and lime juice)
Snack 1 scoop Impact Whey Protein
Half handful of walnuts
Fruit of choice
Dinner 2 fillets fishroasted with olive oil, lemon juice and crushed garlic
Any vegetables and new potatoesroasted with olive oil
1 scoop Impact Whey Protein
3 tbsp almonds
Omega 3 capsules 8g (8000mg)
Water 2-3 litres
25g Impact Whey Protein mixed with 3tablespoon yoghurt
Sipped throughout BCAA berry blast, 1 serving of Beta Alanine
30g dextrose, finish remainder at end ofsession
1 scoops Impact Whey Protein
50g instant oats
Any vegetables and new potatoes roastedwith olive oil
Omega 3 capsules 8g (8000mg)
To gain lean muscle mass and strength, your training needs to be onpoint. Train close to failure, 3-4 times a week, roughly 20 sets per session.Only do cardio if you have quite a sedentary lifestyle - the weight trainingsessions will be sufficient for cardiovascular health and extra cardio willonly eat into your calories and could impair your recovery too.
Women and Men should train exactly the same!
Squats 5 x 5 ? 3-5 mins rest in between sets
Bench Press, barbell or dumbbell 5 x 5 ? 3-5 mins rest in between sets
Wide Grip pull ups 3 x 8-10 2-3 mins rest in between sets
Weighed crunches 3 x 8-10 2-3mins rest in between sets
Deadlift 4 x 4-6 reps 3-5 mins rest in between sets
Seated barbell or dumbbell press 4 x 6-8 reps 3-5 mins rest in betweensets
Chin ups 3 x 8-10 reps 3 mins rest in between sets
Seated Calf Raise superset with standing calf raise 3 x 10-12 eachexercise 3 mins rest in between supersets
Front squats 4 x 6-8 reps 3-4mins rest in between sets
Close grip Bench Press 4 x 8 reps 3 mins rest between sets
Bent over rows 4 ? 8 reps 3 mins rest between sets
Romanian Deadlift 4 ? 8-10 reps 3 mins rest between sets
We highly 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 level of fitness.
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