TC Nutrition IsoShock Whey Protein Isolate 30 Servings
IsoShock Whey Protein Isolate
- 30 Servings
- 90% Protein Per Serving
- 121 Calories
- 27g Protein
- Only 1g Carbs
- Only 1g Fat
- Mouth Watering Flavors
- Perfect Mixability
- Creamy Texture
What is IsoShock?
IsoShock is a whey based protein powder. Whey is a complete protein, meaning it has all nine essential amino acids necessary for protein synthesis. We call these amino acids “essential” because your body can’t make them and therefore you must consume in them in your diet.
Whey is particularly high in the group of three essential amino acids known as BCAAs: leucine, isoleucine, and valine. These help to build and maintain muscle, and can also serve as an energy source during prolonged or intense workouts.
Leucine, specifically, has been shown to have the greatest impact on rates of muscle protein synthesis, the process that makes your muscles bigger and stronger. One 25-gram scoop of whey protein has approximately 3 grams of leucine.
Whats so special about IsoShock?
Whey Protein Isolates contain 90-95% percent protein, with little to (virtually) no amounts of lactose and fat. TC Nutrition’s Whey Protein Isolate, IsoShock boasts an incredible 90% protein content per scoop.
- CONTAINS ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS
- LITTLE TO NO FAT OR CARBS
- LOW LACTOSE LEVELS
- DIGESTS RAPIDLY & EASILY
- SUPPORTS HEALTHY WEIGHT LOSS
- Recommended Use
Mix 1 scoop (30g) in ~125mL (4-5 fl oz) of cold water, low fat milk, or your favorite beverage depending on desired taste and consistency.
When To Take
Before Or After A Workout As A Supplement
Fast-acting whey protein is commonly taken in 25-30-gram doses, either 1-2 hours before your workout or immediately post-workout. No, you don’t have to slug back a shake within a 30-45-minute “anabolic window” after a workout to get the health benefits. Anytime within a couple of hours is probably just fine. But, if the immediate post-workout ritual of having a shake helps you remember to have one, do it!
Delaying your intake of whey can hinder muscle growth and repair, as well as leave you feeling more sore for your next workout.