REPAIR POST WORKOUT
REPAIR POST WORKOUT
REPAIR POST WORKOUT
REPAIR POST WORKOUT
REPAIR POST WORKOUT
REPAIR POST WORKOUT
REPAIR POST WORKOUT

REPAIR POST WORKOUT

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With 15g of fast absorbing, low-molecular weight carbohydrates dextrose and highly branched cluster dextrin, REPAIR contains the necessary ingredients to limit muscle catabolism and kickstart muscle protein synthesis.

Reduce Muscle Breakdown

Replenish Glycogen

Maximize Muscle Growth

REPaIR

[ri-ˈper]:

to restore by replacing a part or putting together what
is torn or broken.

The post workout meal has been called the most important meal of the day and for good reason. Many consider it “the anabolic window,” since it's the time where your muscles are most receptive to nutrients to help fuel muscle growth.

And why should you care?

Prioritizing your post workout nutrition can help you experience less soreness, improved lean mass gains, and increased strength.

We took all the guesswork out of the process and made post workout nutrition easy with REPAIR™.

Increased Lean Muscle Mass
Improved Strength
Reduced Soreness
Maximized Recovery
Maximizing Your Efforts

After our workouts we should have one goal in mind: maximizing anabolism.

We can do this via two ways: increasing muscle protein synthesis OR decreasing muscle protein breakdown.

Doing one of these will ensure you continue to progress in the gym, OR, you can maximize your time and effort and accomplish both with just one scoop of REPAIR™.

With 7 grams of essential amino acids and 15g of fast-digesting carbohydrates, REPAIR™ helps increase muscle protein synthesis and decrease muscle protein breakdown, offering the ultimate post workout solution to maximize your results.

Carbs Are Your Muscle’s Best Friend

High quality, fast-acting carbohydrates and protein have been shown time and again to induce the most optimal muscle growth response in clinical studies. This is because the body will first break down its own supply of carbohydrates (in the form of glycogen) to have the fuel necessary to maximize your performance.

If there’s an absence of carbohydrates, the body may then move to the next best thing for energy: amino acids from muscle tissue. For this reason, it is critical to include carbohydrates in the post-workout drink.

Scientific literature is relatively clear that fast–digesting carbohydrates such as the dextrose and highly branched cyclic dextrin found in REPAIR™ create the ideal environment for the post-workout synthesis of both skeletal muscle protein and muscle glycogen.

These fast-digesting sources of carbohydrates have been shown to spike insulin quickly, which reduces the release of cortisol, thus minimizing muscle protein breakdown. This reduces soreness and maximizes your muscle’s ability to recover.

Benefits of Carbs post workout
Reduce Muscle Protein Breakdown
Spike Insulin
Reduce Cortisol
Replenish Muscle Glycogen
Essential Amino Acids for Growth

We’ve heard it too: “BCAA’s are all you need for muscle recovery!” Unfortunately that sentiment is for those who preach older research or sports nutrition companies clinging onto old products and fearing change. Let’s break it down in an analogy:

BCAA’s act as the “lightswitch” to muscle growth, mainly due to the very anabolic amino acid: Leucine. Consume BCAA’s and flip the switch and all is well right? Sorry, but you need an electrical current to complete the “circuit.”

EAA’s are your missing piece - the “electrical current.” Truth is, you need all of the essential amino acids present in order to properly build muscle tissue and recover at your best. When combined, BCAA’s and EAA’s work synergistically by providing both the “electrical current” and the “switch” for muscle growth.

How To Enjoy
1 Scoop
16 Ounces of Cold Water
During or Immediately After Your Workout
The Jay Cutler Promise:
Results

We’re so confident that Repair will give you your best workout yet that I’m willing to put MY money behind it. You have nothing to lose… except those low-energy workouts that are holding you back.