Best tasting protein water on the planet
ISOLATE ZERO – Thirst Quenching, Protein Loaded, Muscle-Building Deliciousness!
Inner Armour has finally done the unbelievable. ISOLATE ZERO brings together superior 100% whey protein isolate in an incredibly light formula with the best taste you have ever had in a protein. It’s time to lighten up and enjoy your protein in flavors like Pink Lemonade, Piña Colada, Red Raspberry and Berry Punch.
Each thirst quenching 20 ounce serving contains:
- 20 GRAMS OF PROTEIN
- ZERO SUGAR
- ZERO FAT
- ZERO LACTOSE
- ZERO BANNED SUBSTANCES.
Why Whey Isolate?
Whey isolate is one of the most complete forms of protein available because it lacks carbs, fats, cholesterol and lactose. Whey isolate provides athletes with all of the beneficial amino acids it needs to perform at peak levels. It also contains a high level of leucine, cysteine and amino acids. The ideal protein for muscle building and repair.
Role of Protein for the Athlete
Athletes expend more energy than the average person and your body needs additional nutrients to recover from intense physical activity. Protein helps repair and strengthen muscle tissue. High protein diets are the key to obtaining a lean body mass and definition.
How much protein?
Because they are building muscle, power athletes require a higher level of protein consumption than endurance athletes. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends 1.2 to 2.0 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight for athletes depending on training. Protein intake should be spaced throughout the day and after workouts.
To convert pounds of body weight to kilograms, divide by 2.2.
For example a 150-pound adult weighs 68 kilograms.
68 x 2.0 = 136 grams of protein
Role of Water for the Athlete:
Water is by far the most essential component of the human body as it provides an important role in the function of cells. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends the following water intake:
4 hours before exercise, 15 minutes before exercise, every 15 to 20 minutes of exercise and after exercise.
How much water?
The average recommendation is drinking 1.0 x your body weight in ounces.
For example a 150-pound adult would need 150 ounces of water.