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Premier Protein 30g Protein Shakes Cookies & Cream -- 11 fl oz Each / Pack of 4


Premier Protein 30g Protein Shakes Cookies & Cream

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Premier Protein 30g Protein Shakes Cookies & Cream -- 11 fl oz Each / Pack of 4

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Premier Protein 30g Protein Shakes Cookies & Cream Description

  • Energy for Every Day
  • 30g of Protein
  • High Protein Shake
  • 160 Calories
  • 1g Sugar
  • Low Fat
  • 24 Vitamins & Minerals
  • Gold - America Masters of Taste Award for Superior Taste
  • Gluten Free
  • Soy Free
  • Kosher
  • Contains 4 - 11fl oz. Ready-to-Drink Shakes

Each Premier Protein shake contains 30 grams of protein, complete with all of the essential amino acids, 1g of sugar, 5g carbs,160 calories, 24 vitamins & minerals, and is also low in fat.

 

We use a proprietary blend of milk protein, casein and whey protein in our shakes to help fuel muscles quickly and for several hours to help support your goals.

 

Enjoy a shake as a meal replacement or a healthy snack. They are perfect for breakfast on-the-go, an afternoon snack, or as pre- or post-workout fuel. They are delicious as is, but are also highly customizable. Try blending with your favorite fruits and vegetables for a delicious smoothie or adding to cereal or oatmeal.


Directions

Recommended Usage: Shake well and serve cold. Refrigerate after opening. Enjoy a Shake: as a delicious meal replacement; for a satisfying snack; as a base in smoothies; in hot or cold cereal.

 

Use this product as a food supplement only. Do not use for weight reduction.

Free Of
Gluten, soy ingredients, artificial colors.

*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.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Shake (11 fl oz)
Servings per Container: 4
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories160
Total Fat3 g4%
   Saturated Fat0.5 g3%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol20 mg7%
Sodium220 mg10%
Total Carbohydrate4 g1%
   Dietary Fiber1 g4%
   Total Sugars1 g
     Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
Protein30 g60%
Vitamin D6 mcg30%
Calcium650 mg50%
Iron1.8 mg10%
Potassium300 mg6%
Vitamin A230 mcg25%
Vitamin C23 mg25%
Vitamin E3.8 mg25%
Vitamin K30 mcg25%
Thiamin0.3 mg25%
Riboflavin0.3 mg25%
Niacin4 mg25%
Vitamin B60.4 mg25%
Folate (59mcg folic acid)100 mcg DFE25%
Vitamin B120.6 mcg25%
Biotin8 mcg25%
Pantothenic Acid1.3 mg25%
Phosphorus620 mg50%
Iodine37 mcg25%
Magnesium105 mg25%
Zinc2.8 mg25%
Selenium14 mcg25%
Copper0.25 mg25%
Manganese0.6 mg25%
Chromium8 mcg25%
Molybdenum11 mcg25%
Other Ingredients: Water, milk protein concentrate, calcium caseinate, Contains less than 1% of cocoa powder (processed with alkali), high oleic sunflower oil, natural and artificial flavors, inulin, cellulose gel and cellulose gum, salt, sucralose, acesulfame potassium, carrageenan, tripotassium phosphate, dipotassium phosphate, sodium hexametaphosphate, vitamin and mineral blend (dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate [vitamin E], zinc glycinate chelate, ferric orthophosphate, vitamin A palmitate, niacinamide, phytonadione [vitamin K1], potassium iodide, cholecalciferol [vitamin D3], copper gluconate, calcium d pantothenate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenite, biotin, sodium molybdate, folic acid, thiamine mononitrate [vitamin B1], cyanocobalamin [vitamin B12], pyridoxine hydrochloride [vitamin B6], riboflavin [vitamin B2], chromium polynicotinate), magnesium phosphate, sodium ascorbate.

Contains: milk.

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How to Properly Pace Yourself During Exercise (and Why it Matters)

Pacing yourself during physical activity is smart to ensure that you don't burn out, overtrain, or suffer an injury. Beyond that, pacing is vital in training sessions to ensure that you can finish strong. The same especially holds true when you are competing in a race or fitness event.

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What is pacing, and why does it matter?

Pacing is essentially a strategy that you use to distribute your energy throughout your entire bout of physical activity. Being cognitively aware of how much you are physically exerting yourself will keep you in touch with signs of fatigue and allow better control of performance. Properly controlling your pace during your physical activity can help you prevent working so hard that you're unable to complete your training in the next session. Pacing allows you to avoid injury while still adding those precious extra miles, reps, or lowering your time in a race. Runners, for example, often experience injuries that prevent them from training maximally. Approximately 20 to 80% of runners experience injuries, and the majority of runners endure pain more significant than the average muscle soreness expected from physical exertion. Injuries and pain are often due to overuse, caused by not correctly pacing your training sessions. Indeed, pacing is the secret sauce for being able to improve your performance week over week. Pacing allows you to connect your body to your mind to control the outcome of your training.

How to find your proper pace

Although it is essential to listen to your body during any training session, there are some general guidelines for finding your pace. There are even online calculators to help you find your run training pace. You enter your most recent race time, and the calculator will show you how fast to run during your training week. For instance, the calculator will show you how to run at a comfortable pace based on your race time. Most exercise physiologists encourage runners to train at an easy pace for 80 to 90% of their weekly training to build their aerobic endurance and physical strength while still allowing recovery. These types of calculators are a good jumping-off point, but of course, you should always listen to your body, whether it's telling you that you can work a little harder or back off in intensity.

Tips for adjusting your pace

You can adjust your pace in real-time by simply following the physical cues your body gives you to tell you where you are within the ventilatory threshold (VT). This is a commonly used method for determining your training intensity based on your breathing in connection to your heart rate.
  • Below VT1: You should be able to hold a conversation during easy training, whether that be runs, lifting, walking, swimming, etc.
  • VT1: For a moderate pace, you should be able to speak, but it requires some effort
  • Above VT1/Below VT2: For intense exercise, you might be able to get out some sentences, but it doesn't feel comfortable.
  • VT2: For maximally intense exercise, which would be limited to a few seconds, speaking is tough, only a few words at a time with great effort

How to pace yourself for improved training

No matter if you are swimming, running, lifting weights, or performing a HIIT workout, being aware of your training pace can help you tap into new methods that challenge your body, help you progress, and keep you injury-free. Here are some pacing ideas for your next workout:
  • Alternate different paces depending on your workout: visualize how fast or slow you would go depending on how much time you plan on training. For example, if during a 30-minute workout, you will sprint for 2 minutes and then rest before sprinting again. Or if you will do a 30-minute steady run. Keep this in mind while you train and try alternating workout intensities and pace on different training days. Record your results.
  • However fast you think you should go, go a little slower: people often overestimate how much energy they can exert over a period of time. Many people start more intensely than they can carry out through their workout. Try starting easier than you think you need to and then ramping up the intensity in the middle of your activity. Remember to save some gas to finish your training.
  • Build endurance by adding time instead of intensity: try maintaining a pace that allows you to train at medium intensity for about 20 minutes. When this becomes easier, add more time to your training session, for example, 10% longer. Continue adding 10% to 15% each week. If you wish, decrease your training time every fourth week by 10% to 20% for maximal recovery.
  • Pay attention to how you feel at the beginning, middle, and end: the beginning of your workout should feel too easy, perhaps like you're going too slow, and you'll want to push more. The middle of your training should feel like you're correctly pacing yourself. At the end of your workout will feel like you can barely keep going at the current pace. Using this strategy will help you to progress your fitness level.

Pacing helps maximize your training efforts

Essentially, pacing is a smart strategy to organize and structure your workouts with improvement in mind. And improvement means progress, which is what we are all looking for. Pacing helps you neither under nor overperform, keeping you motivated towards your goals and preventing overuse injuries and burnout. Taking the time to plan out your workouts and your ideal pace while keeping track of your progress will provide tremendous dividends and make all that training pay off.

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