No matter what your workout plan is, there is one exercise that should be included in every one of them: Your core.
We love ice cream and what’s better than ice cream cake! This cake is not only delicious, its also easy to make! Plus, it doesn’t hurt to add protein to any dessert. This mini Peanut Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Cake with Promax Chocolate Peanut Crunch on top is a high-protein, delicious dessert, that you will love!
There are so many protein bars on the market nowadays its hard to keep track of them all. Plus, their protein amounts vary so how should you determine what bar is right for you? What do you look for in a protein bar? Which protein bars have the most protein? These are all questions you should ask yourself when look for the right one.
Few nutrients are as important as protein. If you don’t get enough, your health and body composition could suffer. However, there are vastly different opinions about how much protein you actually need. When looking at all the different protein bar options here are a few things to remember.
We all want to run faster and be the fastest, but running faster is easier said than done. The reality is that we struggle to breath and our legs just don’t seem to be able to go faster. There are many factors that affect your run, from metabolic and mental fatigue to heat and hydration. Use these tips to improve your time and run faster.
Everyone at one time or another has attempted the pull-up. The pull-up is an upper-body compound exercise and is a good test of strength. If you can do a pull-up you more than likely have strength in your back and shoulders. However, it is important to use proper form to protect yourself from injury and to make sure you are getting the most out of your workout. Use these helpful tips to make sure you are using the correct form.
Promax Banana Pops are the perfect everyday snack or even post-workout treat! They’re super easy to make and super delicious!
3 Large Bananas
6 Wooden Sticks
10 oz chocolate
Toppings- We used sprinkles, Promax Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Promax Lower Sugar Peanut Butter, Coconut flakes, Peanuts, and Promax Cookies N Cream.
- Peel, then cut each banana in half and insert a wooden stick in each half.
- Place on a tray, cover with plastic wrap and place in the freezer until frozen.
- Melt the chocolate in a tall glass in the microwave 30 seconds at a time, checking frequently and stirring.
- Dip each frozen banana into the chocolate, turning it to coat. Immediately add your desired toppings.
- Place on a tray covered in waxed paper. Serve immediately or wrap individually and freeze for up to 2 weeks.
Speed is valuable at any level of competitive athletics, so if you are looking to run faster, here are some things you can add to your workouts to help yourself gain speed and improve your time.
Have you ever asked yourself how many grams of protein should I eat daily? Well, you aren’t alone. Many people are unsure of how much protein they should consume and because of this they probably are not eating the amount they should.
If you love chocolate and Promax Bars, these parfaits are perfect for you!
1 Cup Chocolate Pudding
1 Cup Cool Whip
1 Promax Double Fudge Brownie Bar (cut into pieces)
Whipped Cream to Top
Take all the ingredients and layer starting with the Promax bar on the bottom, top with cool whip and chocolate pudding. Repeat until you reach the top of the glass and top with whipped cream and a piece of the bar.
You’ve just finished a hard workout and you’re feeling that after-workout high. So what do you do next?
If you’re like most people, you just want to lie down and collapse on a couch. However, that is not what you should do and it could be causing issues. What you do post-workout is just as important as the training itself. Here are the top 5 workout mistakes that you are probably making:
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