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ALLMAX Nutrition IsoNatural™ Whey Protein Isolate Vanilla -- 2 lbs

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ALLMAX Nutrition IsoNatural™ Whey Protein Isolate Vanilla -- 2 lbs

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ALLMAX Nutrition IsoNatural™ Whey Protein Isolate Vanilla Description

  • Science • Innovation • Quality • Results
  • Naturally Flavored
  • 27 G Pure Protein Per Serving
  • Exclusive Protein Used Whey Protein Isolate
  • 100% Natural Flavor & Natural Sweetener
  • No Artificial Colors or Dyes
  • Antioxidant-Rich Grape Seed Extract
  • Fortified with Prebiotics
  • Pure & Natural

Pure, Natural & Delicious Protein


IsoNatural - Giving you the purity and goodness of 100% pure Whey Protein with the delicious taste of pure natural sweetening and flavoring. You wouldn't settle for less, and we wouldn't have it any other way!


IsoNatural™ is an Ultra-Pure Whey Protein sweetened with the herbal extracts of Stevia and Monk Fruit; no chemical colors or flavors are ever used. IsoNatural contains 27 g of pure (bioactive) protein in every scoop. IsoNatural is the natural and wholesome way to increase protein in your diet. IsoNatural is fortified with NutraFlora®, a unique patented Prebiotic ingredient that enhances calcium absorption while it supports a healthy immune and digestive system. We've further fortified an already amazing formula with two synergistic, complementary Antioxidants; Grape Seed Extract and Acerola Cherry Extract. These two protective Antioxidants provide impressive protection against cell-damaging Free-Radicals while providing 15% of the completely natural bioavailable Vitamin C your body depends on.


IsoNatural mixes quickly and easily making it a delicious, convenient and simple way to add high-quality Whey Protein to your diet. IsoNatural contains 0 g of fat and 0 g sugar per serving and is 99% lactose-free. IsoNatural delivers exceptional protein quality with the highest (BV) Biological Value available; simply put, your body absorbs Whey Protein better than any other form of protein. IsoNatural is also 100% free of artificial sweeteners.


Amino Acids are naturally occurring components of all protein. IsoNatural contains the full spectrum of Amino Acids, including all 9 Essential Amino Acids and 3 Branch Chain Amino Acids.


Suggested Use: Mix or shake 1 scoop (30 g) with 5 oz (150 ml, 3/4 cup) of water, milk or juice. May use up to 8 scoops per day.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: (1 Scoop) 30 g
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
   Calories from Fat0
Total Fat0 g0%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol3 mg1%
Sodium45 mg2%
Potassium170 mg5%
Total Carbohydrate1 g<1%
   Dietary Fiber0.75 g3%
   Sugars0 g
Protein27 g54%
Vitamin A0.04%
Vitamin C15%
Amino Acid Profile
Essential Amino Acids (EAA)
Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA)
L-Leucine (BCAA)2410 mg*
L-Valine (BCAA)1680 mg*
L-Isoleucine (BCAA)1610 mg*
L-Histidine (EAA)500 mg*
L-Lysine (EAA)2510 mg*
L-Methionine (EAA)590 mg*
L-Phenylalanine (EAA)800 mg*
L-Threonine (EAA)1850 mg*
L-Tryptophan (EAA)520 mg*
L-Alanine1380 mg*
L-Arginine530 mg*
L-Aspartic Acid3010 mg*
L-Cysteine570 mg*
L-Glutamine4820 mg*
L-Glycine440 mg*
L-Proline1770 mg*
L-Serine1260 mg*
L-Tyrosine740 mg*
Total27000 mg*
Not a significant source of Vitamin A or Iron.
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Whey protein isolate, natural flavors, guar gum, lo han guo (monk fruit extract), stevia, nutraflora®, acerola extract 4:1, grape seed extract.

Allergen Warning: Contains protein derived from milk and lecithin derived from soy (less than 1%). Produced in a facility that also handles egg, peanut, tree nut, fish and crustacean/shellfish products.

This product is to be used by adults only. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are following a low protein diet or pregnant or breastfeeding.


Not suitable for consumption by persons allergic to milk. Discontinue use and contact your healthcare provider if you experience any adverse reactions.

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Yes, You Can Do Pilates at Home! Here’s How.

Still exercising at home to stay safe during the pandemic? While there’s no shortage of workouts to keep you moving outside the gym, you may be bored with your usual walks, runs or dumbbell lifting in the living room. With the change of seasons, why not change up your fitness routine? Now would be a great time to try Pilates. No matter what your fitness level, Pilates can be an ideal workout. It’s especially fantastic for building core strength, as it involves body weight resistance. No gym or studio visits are required, and you don’t need any special equipment. Let’s take a look at what it is, how Pilates can benefit you and how to get started at home.

Woman Learning How to Do Pilates at Home Stretching Legs on Yoga Mat Beside Dog and Laptop |

What is Pilates?

Pilates refers to a series of roughly 500 exercises—of which 34 are mat-based exercises— inspired by ballet, calisthenics and yoga. The Pilates method was developed in the U.K. 1920 by Joseph Pilates as a workout program for injured soldiers and dancers. Later, Pilates moved to the U.S. and opened a studio in New York. And the rest is history! Pilates exercises stretch and lengthen most of the major muscle groups in a balanced fashion, especially your core muscles. This improves strength, flexibility, mobility, balance and body awareness. The exercises are also low-impact movements that place little to no stress on your body. But they’re not easy. Performing Pilates requires endurance and strength, but it comes with little risk of injury. You can do Pilates with or without equipment. Equipment-based Pilates requires the use of the pulleys and springs and other unique resistance-type gear typically found only in Pilates studios. The typical Pilates class lasts between 20 minutes and an hour, depending on your fitness level and personal preferences. If you’re not a fan of sweaty, noisy gyms, Pilates just might be for you.

What are some pilates benefits?

Pilates boasts an impressive list of benefits, including:
  • Increased muscle strength and tone
  • Improved flexibility and mobility
  • Better posture
  • Enhanced muscular control
  • Greater joint mobility
  • Improved balance
  • Improved performance
  • Better muscular balance on both sides of your body
  • Greater concentration and proprioception
  • Better coordination
  • Reduced stress and anxiety
  • Improved respiratory, circulatory, and lymphatic systems.
  • And so much more.
Now that you know more about the practice, I know you’re eager to get on the mat! Whether you’ve got 20 minutes before work on weekdays or can spend Saturday afternoon doing an hour-long full-body session, the following steps will help you learn Pilates exercises you can do at home.

How to do Pilates at home

To get started, here is a very compact yet comprehensive Pilates routine, which can be done anywhere. Keep in mind that performing Pilates exercises at home can feel quite awkward, especially if you’re used to the studio ambiance. But don’t let that stand in your way. It’s just a matter of time (and practice) before you get used to it. Don’t give up! Before beginning, make sure you:
  1. Have enough space. Your studio apartment may not even have a living room, but as long as you can stretch your entire body on the floor, reaching your arms and legs out from the center in all directions (and without hitting any walls), you’re good to go.
  2. Have the right surface. Get yourself a mat. I’d recommend thicker styles to help cushion and support your spine, especially if you’re exercising on a hard floor. Don’t have a mat? No problem. Start with a non-slippery padded surface.
  3. Educate yourself. Watch a few online guided classes and exercise tutorials to help you learn proper techniques while getting a feel for what Pilates exercises look like.
  4. Take your time. Most importantly, don’t rush. Take your time to practice the correct techniques. This will require a lot of physical discipline as well as mental focus.

At-Home Pilates Workout Routine

The typical Pilates routine consists of a variety of moves performed in low repetitions, often eight to 10 times, during a session of 30 to 60 minutes. The routine can help you build strength, burn calories, prevent injury, ease lower back pain, and so much more. I’d recommend doing this routine at least twice a week. Do it more frequently if you can (for 20 to 30 minutes per session) but keep it right.

1. Swan

Start by lying down on your belly, hands in front of your shoulders with palms facing down. Keep your shoulders pulled away from your ears. While bracing your core and looking forward, slowly raise your torso as you press your forearms and hands into the mat. Hold for a moment, then lengthen your spine as your torso returns to the starting position in a slow way. That’s one rep. Shoot for 12 reps to complete one set. Do three sets.

2. Scissors

Lie down on your back, knees bent, feet on the ground, then slightly curl your head to lift your shoulders off the floor. Then, raise your left leg slightly off the ground while extending the right leg to the ceiling. Exhale, and scissor your legs while keeping your knees straights and toes pointed. Switch/scissors your legs on the inhale then repeat again. Keep your core engaged and back flat on the ground throughout the exercise. How do you know if it is your flexibility or your core? Breathe. Shoot for 20 reps to complete one set—complete three sets.

3. Corkscrews

Begin by lying on your back, then press the backs of your arms into the floor. Lift your legs up to the ceiling until they’re vertical above your hips, then squeeze them together while focusing on joining your inner thighs. Next, while engaging your core, reach your legs over to the right side, allowing the hips to move first, then pull the legs back up to the starting position. Reach your legs to the left, letting the hips lift away from the ground, then back to starting position. That’s one rep. Shoot for 10 reps to complete one set.

4. Shoulder bridge with a kick

Begin by lying on your back, arms straight along your sides, and feet flat on the ground under your knees. Tighten your core and butt muscles, then raise your hips to a bridge position. Aim to form a straight line from your knees to your shoulders. Remember, your neck shouldn’t be in pain. Next, raise your right leg out long in front of you then extend it up to the ceiling, toes pointed. Keep your knees within the same plane as your collarbone and hips. Then bend your right knee and return to the starting position. Switch sides to complete one rep.

5. Kneeling Sidekick

Assume a kneeling position while facing the side of the mat. Keep your legs slightly apart, arms raised to a “T” position. Place your right palm on the floor, fingers pointing away from the knee. Then place your left behind your head, elbow bent, and pointing up. Next, lower your left hand to the ground and extend your right arm out, holding the right hand behind your head. Then, while engaging your core, kick forward with your right leg then bring it back. That’s one rep. Shoot for 10 reps on each side to complete one set. Perform three sets.

6. Double Side Leg Lifts

Begin by lying on your left side, both legs extended. Make sure your ears, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles are aligned. Then, move your legs slightly in front, forming a banana shape. This helps protect your lower back and improves balance, too. Next, while pulling your core muscles in and supporting your head with one hand, raise both legs off the floor, keeping them locked. Slowly lower your legs down but do not reach the ground. This is one rep. Remember to keep your chest square, hips forward, and heels together the entire time. Perform 10 reps on each side to complete one set. Shoot for three sets.

7. The Roll-up

Begin by lying down on the ground while keeping your arms extended overhead (palms facing each other), shoulders down, and legs straight. On the exhale, bring your arms overhead in an arch. Then, once they go past 90 degrees, slowly raise your head, neck and shoulder off the floor, then roll up by using your core muscles and lifting your arms toward the ceiling. Then, curl your chin and chest forward. On the exhale, reverse to roll down, moving slowly and smoothly until you’re lying flat on the mat. That’s one rep. Shoot for 12 reps to complete one set. 8. The Hundred Lie on your back and bring your knees in toward your chest, shins parallel to the ceiling, then raise your head, neck and shoulders off the mat. While keeping your heels together and toes apart, extend your legs to a 45-degree angle. This is the tabletop position. On the inhale, pump your arms up and down about 3 to 5 inches for a five-second count, then keep moving your arms up and down for another five-second count on the exhale. If this is too easy, imagine yourself pushing the wall or ceiling. This way, you won’t only use your hand and feet, but push with your core power. Repeat for 10 sets.

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