Bulk Nutrients offers a huge range of the best post workout powders in Australia.
Bulk Nutrients' extensive post workout supplement range offers great options for vegetarians, vegans, for those on a keto or low carb diet and dairy-free, we've got the best post workout supplements for you.
People following vegan diets can choose from the following protein options... Pea Protein, Soy Protein, Hemp Protein, Organic Brown Rice Protein, Earth Protein and Earth Meal – a great tasting meal replacement.
People following vegetarian diets can have any of the vegan protein options above, plus any of the following... Protein Matrix+, Whey Protein Isolate (WPI), Natural WPI, Thermowhey and Muscle Food 101 – for those wanting to gain serious muscle.
Those on keto and low carb diets can look into Protein Matrix+, Whey Protein Isolate (WPI), Natural WPI, Thermowhey, Hydrolysed Collagen Peptides (HCP) and Future Whey – packed with nothing but pure protein
Those looking for post workout supplements which contain ingredients with no naturaly occuring gluten can choose any of the following... Whey Protein Isolate (WPI), Hydrolysed Collagen Peptides (HCP), Pea Protein, Soy Protein, Hemp Protein, Organic Brown Rice Protein and Earth Protein – an amazing Pea and Rice combination.
For those after dairy-free options check out our Hydrolysed Collagen Peptides (HCP), along with any of our vegan post workout supplements.
Protein powder is best taken after training/workout.
Just consume a serve of your chosen protein supplement to maximise your recovery from the training session.
And of course, if you ever need any questions answered about protein supplements, our friendly customer service team is there to help.
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Recent studies have given us a much clearer picture of how much post workout supplements (protein) we should be eating to maximise muscle gain.
The latest research shows that protein consumption beyond 1.62g/kg/day resulted in no further resistance training induced gains in lean muscle mass.
This figure is inclusive of total body weight, not just Lean Body Mass (LBM) or Fat Free Mass (FFM)).
More information can be found on our indepth article - How Much Protein Do I Really Need?
To make your life easier, we have put together a list of answered questions, so you can be armed with the right information when you need it.
Simply mix the recommended serving of protein powder (usually one scoop) into water or another liquid of your choice and shake well (shakers with a metal ball will get the best consistency).
Bulk Nutrients is proudly Australian owned and operated with our premium post workout range developed, blended and packed locally in our facility in Grove, Tasmania.
Replenish your achy muscles with post workout nutrition from Bulk Nutrients.
Choose from a wide range of post workout and recovery formulas.
Bulk Nutrients only offers pure ingredients, no fillers and a range of great tasting flavours like Lemon Cheesecake and Cola while being suitable to your diet.
Bulk Nutrients delivers Australia's purest post workout supplements at the most affordable prices without sacrificing quality.
BCAAs (Branched Chain Amino Acids) are 3 key amino acids (Leucine, Valine and Isoleucine) found in protein sources and in "free form". These are considered the most important amino acids for building muscle and assisting recovery.
Most protein sources contain BCAAs however many people like to take BCAAs additionally in "free form". In this form they are pure Leucine, Valine and Isoleucine which are manufactured as separate compounds from a fermentation process. In isolation they can have an effect on energy levels and can help reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).
BCAAs are best taken during or directly after training. It is directly after training that they are most popular, however some users find that sipping them while training means they can sustain their energy levels better in longer sessions.
BCAAs help build muscle and improve recovery time. They can also help reduce muscle soreness after a session, making a large difference to DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) the soreness experienced the day or two after training.
Yes, they have been proven to work for delaying soreness and improving recovery, however the best question to ask is "can I get the same affect from taking protein?" or "are BCAAs good value compared to just having more protein"? In many cases you can get the same effect, which is a sensible case against BCAAs - particularly if you are trying to get maximum value for money from your supplement usage. In our opinion BCAAs are great when you want to sip on something in the gym to help prolong your session, but after training we think nothing beats a protein shake - or a more complete source of free form amino acids like Future Whey.
BCAAs help build muscle, reduce recovery time and reduce muscle soreness.