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Build Muscle with Protein: 10 ways it helps build bigger muscles, faster

By Built by Strength December 13, 2018
Posted in  Product Knowledge

It’s no secret that protein is essential for your body’s health and wellness. Whether you work out or not, you need protein to build and repair cells and muscles. The average man needs about 56 grams (or .36 grams of protein per pound of body weight) daily, and women need about 46 grams, according to … Continue reading Build Muscle with Protein: 10 ways it helps build bigger muscles, faster


Which Whey?

By Tory Gray December 12, 2018
Posted in  Product Knowledge

In the fitness world we hear this all the time: “You need to be taking a whey protein post-workout.”  But with so many brands and varieties out there, choosing the right whey protein that is best for you can be tough, especially if you’re new in the game. The two most common forms of whey … Continue reading Which Whey?


Nut-butter Protein Fudge Cups 

By JP April 18, 2017
Posted in  Recipes

What youʼll need: 1/4 cup coconut oil 1/2 nut butter of your choice 2 tbs honey 1 tbs cacao 1 scoop Strength Grass Fed Whey Directions: Directions: Combine into mixing bowl: Coconut Oil, Nut Butter, and Honey. Microwave for 30 seconds. Then stir to make sure everything melts in nicely. (Microwave for additional 15-30 seconds … Continue reading Nut-butter Protein Fudge Cups 


Do You Really Know What’s in Your Protein?

By JP March 30, 2017
Posted in  Uncategorized

It is not unusual to find unwanted ingredients mixed in with your protein powder.  There have been numerous cases including the one pictured below where people have found high doses of lactose (and other contaminants) within their protein powder leading to allergic reactions and other unwanted harmful effects. Read more to find out what we … Continue reading Do You Really Know What’s in Your Protein?


Build Strength with On The Minute Work

By Tory Gray December 5, 2016
Posted in  Training

The best workouts don’t require a rocket scientist to program them nor do they require a crazy algorithm to determine the perfect set, rep, and rest structures. Sometimes all you need is a movement and the clock.