No nonsense, simple, delicious whey protein. Fuel for your recovery and lean muscle development.
The physical demands of rugby will leave players with residual aches, pains and muscle soreness. But the recovery period after a game is also the best possible time to increase lean muscle mass through targeted nutrition. Rugby Whey protein powder is designed to decrease your recovery time by providing your body its optimal fuel.
We recommend taking a single scoop of Rugby Whey whenever you’re recovering from a rugby game or training session.
PRO TIP: if you’re in a bulking phase, set a 2am alarm and have a scoop with 12 oz of water. This is our #1 diet tip for adding muscle.
There’s no bad time to use whey protein. But on Tuesday and Thursday, you’re probably best not taking it immediately before rugby training. We suggest keeping it in the car and making a shaker to drink on the drive home.
If you’re serious about recovering fast, Rugby Whey should form the basis of your post-game nutrition stack. The 24 hours after a rugby game are the perfect time to build muscle. Take a scoop of whey protein right after your game and again before bed.
Whether it’s a rugby game, a gym session or even summer 7s training, you need high-quality fuel for recovery. Rugby Whey is an ideal training companion to help boost protein synthesis, reduce recovery time and build lean muscle.
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