There is much discussion in the CrossFit community over which recovery protein to use. Take a look at the forums and you can see athletes getting very heated about protein and supplements. Check out the info below and reviews and make your choice – SFH vs Advocare.
SFH Protein Review by Adam G.
Quality 5 out of 5 stars
To my palate, this tastes something like chocolate sweat socks, though over time I’ve gotten used to it–and darned if I don’t even kind of like it. That said, I definitely find that I recover faster when I take this after a WOD and that I have more juju when I hit the next day’s WOD. So, I give it a thumb up.
Stronger Faster Healthier (SFH) Review by Crossfit Chic
Quality 5 out of 5 stars
I’ve been using this product for 2 months now, and I will NEVER be without it!!!!! It truly does help your muscles to recover from the intense Crossfit workouts. =)
SFH Protein Review by Brian Seagraves
Quality 5 stars out of 5
Good quality ingredients, mixes well, and the most economical per gram of protein compared to others with similar ingredients.
Sometimes after a workout, you feel like you’ve recovered but at the cellular level you haven’t fully recovered yet.
Recovery is 2/3 whey concentrate derived from grass fed, free range cows that are never treated with antibiotics or bovine growth hormones and 1/3 essential amino acids for recovery.
These are the added ingredients and what they do:
Multi-component mixture of co-enzyme Q10, ribose and carnitine increases mitochondria productivity and maximizes cell energy
Amino acids build muscles naturally
Creatine boosts energy
Glutamine helps with muscle recovery and maintenance
Glucosamine HCL* and chondroitin sulfate controls inflammation and promotes joint health
Carnitine stimulates mitochondria for rapid energy production
Leucine and isoleucine promote muscle volume and strength
Ribose rapidly re-builds cell energy stores
Taurine improves your metabolic state and energizes your body
*This product contains allergens: milk, shellfish and coconut. Please note that glucosamine is derived from the shells of shell fish. Although allergic responses to glucosamine have not been reported, if you are allergic to shell fish you should be fully aware of this issue and either totally avoid this product or consult your health care physician before using.
Advocare supplements are regarded as some of the cleanest supplements and contained no banned substances and are ok for use in the CrossFit Games.
Advocare Muscle Gain Protein Review
Advocare Muscle Gain Protein review by Bill:
In my opinion this is one of the most powerful Advocare workout products that they sell. I know when I take this that I will start to put on muscle.
Drew Brees uses Advocare along with other NFL players.
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