Wellness Hub August 2016 MOVEMENT How-to: Build and maintain muscle Swisse August 2, 2016 Share You’re across it: Protein is the ammunition you need for arming your body. But getting enough high-quality protein and getting it when your muscles are most receptive to it (after a workout), is what separates the haves from the have nots. Supplements come in handy, when there’s only so many poached chicken breasts and grilled salmon fillets you can stomach. If you’re looking to build and maintain muscle, these are your two best options. BYO, shaker. Concentrate (Whey): The most affordable type of protein supplement. It’s usually about 80 percent protein, so it has more fat and carbs than the products which undergo an extra filtration step. Still with the same basic muscle-building benefits. Isolate (WPI): Superior due to its increased protein concentration and therefore pricier, this powder is handy for those with food allergies and low-lactose and carb needs. Picked your protein? Now match it with your Pure Warrior Workout Plans, designed by Nick Pinto, Personal Trainer & Fitness Coach, with over 13 years training experience. SEE MORE. Pure Warrior is not a personal training or professional services provider. Information provided by Pure Warrior is of a general nature only. The information contained on this website does not constitute personal health advice and has not been designed to address any individual’s specific health or medical condition. Before commencing any fitness plan or workout, you may wish to consult with your healthcare professional. Not all exercise is suitable for everyone. As with any exercise, if at any point during your workout you begin to feel faint or dizzy, or have physical discomfort or pain, you should stop the workout immediately. You are responsible for exercising within your own limits and seeking medical advice and attention as appropriate. If you are using any equipment, always ensure that it is safely assembled and handled in a safe manner and in accordance with any instructions. You understand and acknowledge that there are risks associated with any exercise. The use of the information provided by Pure Warrior on this website is at your own risk. Pure Warrior, Swisse Wellness Pty Ltd, and its related entities, are not responsible for any injuries, losses, liabilities or damages arising from or related to following any of the workout instructions provided.