January is here and with it comes goals, new and old. This late Christmas gift is bound to please all you gainers out there, whether you’ve been on a constant bulk, or you’re starting the year off with something new.
The Clear Whey Gainer is here to impress.
Gaining weight, and increasing strength and size are common goals for many gym-goers. The most important factor to achieving these goals? A calorie surplus. This means consuming more calories than you burn. All fun and games to begin with, but after a while you might be in need of a helping hand.
That's where the Clear Whey Gainer comes in. With 471 calories per serving, you’ll be well on your way to reaching your calorie surplus — and you’ll be left feeling refreshed, too. Without the milky taste and texture of a normal shake, it’s the perfect drink to swig at the gym, or you can even pair it alongside your chicken and rice for an extra macro hit.
But the benefits don’t stop there. 35g of protein per serving will help to repair your muscles after an intense gym session and 60g of carbs will fuel your recovery and get your body ready for whatever you’ve got planned next. All without leaving you feeling groggy — a calorie surplus has literally never been so refreshing.
Then there’s creatine. A gym-goer's best friend. Proven to increase physical performance, you’ll be able to push for progress in every session.
The only question that remains — which flavour will it be? Apple, pineapple, raspberry lemonade, or orange and mango. The choice is yours.
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Take Home Message
One product, so many perks. But remember: don't be fooled by the light, refreshing taste of this shake. It can support some serious gaining.
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