No matter how hard and impressive your workout was, what you eat afterward can play a major role in its results. Optimize your game and body's potential by learning what nutrients you need to eat and when for proper muscle growth and recovery. Cut the guesswork and discover the right balance of carbs, protein and fiber through healthy eating plans, guidelines and STACK-tested and approved meal favorites. Refuel your body and take your performance results to the next level.
Latest in Post-Workout Nutrition
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Latest Videos in Post-Workout Nutrition
In this episode of STACK Performance Nutrition, Leslie Bonci creates the perfect post-workout shake.
Sports Dietitian Leslie Bonci runs you through a few ways to refuel after a game, practice or workout.
Phil Hossler, head athletic trainer at East Brunswick High School, is helping student-athletes recover faster and stronger than ever by making low-fat chocolate milk available after games and practices.
The East Brunswick High School football team recovers faster and stronger than ever by consuming low-fat chocolate milk after off-season workouts and two-a-day sessions.
In the fourth episode of our video series featuring challenged athlete and Ironman Sarah Reinertsen, we explore Sarah's nutrition and recovery strategy that she uses to replenish her body after a grueling training session.