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  • Recipe: Chocolate Brownie Protein Waffles

    Recipe: Chocolate Brownie Protein Waffles

    After you work out, you need to fuel your body to rebuild your muscles as quickly as possible. You should consume protein immediately after you finish if your goal is to increase muscle mass. Continue reading
  • Food for Thought: Eat Avocados to Boost Testosterone

    Food for Thought: Eat Avocados to Boost Testosterone

    Success is a measure of one’s ability to achieve their goals. At Champion Performance, we believe that your personal fitness is a measure of your health and ultimately a catalyst for success in all areas of life, whether at home, work or in your community. While we often think of exercise as the means to elevating personal fitness, the truth is that diet is equally important. Continue reading
  • Powered-Up Protein Pancakes!

    Powered-Up Protein Pancakes!

    If you’re committed to a high protein breakfast to start your day or fuel your workout, yet you happen to adore pancakes, these delicious protein packed blueberry pancakes are the perfect choice for you! Each pancake boasts around 10 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber, whereas the traditional offering has minimal protein and no fiber or complex carbs, resulting in a spike in blood sugar that drops quickly, leaving you feeling fatigued. Continue reading
  • #WheyCreative: Power Protein Energy Bites

    #WheyCreative: Power Protein Energy Bites

    On the go, and need to grab a quick, nutritious snack for you or the kids?  Keep these tasty, energizing protein bites in your freezer!  These are perfect for pre- or post-training!

    Ingredients:

    • 1/4 Cup Rolled Oats
    • 1/4 Cup No Added Sugar All Natural Fruit and Nut Mix (Cranberry, Raisin, Almond)
    • 1 Scoop Pure Whey Plus Vanilla, Banana Cream Pie, or Peanut Butter Cookie
    • 1/4 cup Water
    • 1/2 TBS Stevia
    • Pinch Cinnamon and or Pumpkin Pie Spice

    Directions:

    Mix all ingredients together in a small bowl. Mold ingredients into two balls to set in a hard plastic container.  Set in the freezer for 30 minutes. When ready to eat, microwave each ball for 10 seconds. Enjoy!


    Nutrition Facts (1 Serving = 2 Protein Balls):

    • 28 g Protein
    • 34 g Carbs
    • 10 g Fat
    • 0.5 g Saturated Fat
    • 10 g Sugar
    • 330 Calories

    TIP: Remember to adjust any ingredient to fit your nutrition plan and goals!

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  • 3 Minute Fast & Fit Banana Nut Protein Pancakes

    3 Minute Fast & Fit Banana Nut Protein Pancakes

    I'll admit I'm not the most domesticated female in the kitchen.  However, I DO know what tastes good, the right balance of nutrition, the right foods for energy, and how to whip it up into a meal quickly!  Here's one of my favorite protein pancake recipes that's perfect for athletes and anyone looking to get in shape!  I would love to hear your comments after you make it... Enjoy!

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  • Power Protein Energy Bites

    Power Protein Energy Bites

    On the go, and need to grab a quick, nutritious snack for you or the kids?  Keep these tasty, energizing protein bites in your freezer!  These are perfect for pre or post training!


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  • Peanut Butter & Jelly Post Workout Shake

    Peanut Butter & Jelly Post Workout Shake

    Jennifer Elliot's recipe for a delicious, post-workout shake

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