Ghost Protein Powder: Next Level Flavoured Protein Powder
Ghost Protein Powder is a premium blended whey protein powder. This tasty protein combined 3 different sources and has 25gm protein per serve.
This makes Ghost Whey ideal to use anytime throughout the day to hit your protein intake.
Post-workout? Sure thing!
Part of your breakfast? 100%
Ghost Whey uses high-quality WPI which is rich in BCAA's to fuel recovery. This makes Ghost protein powder the perfect training partner for recovery.
Ghost Supplements flavours are on another level too! This is where Ghost sets itself apart from the crowd. With flavours like Cereal Milk and Choc Chip you'll look forward to your protein shake!
Features of Ghost Protein Powder
What do we like about Ghost Protein Powder at Spartans?
The flavours! Ghost has made protein powder fun and something you actually look forward to having each day.
We love the blend of different proteins Ghost used here. All 3 types of whey make for a very simple and easy-to-use protein.
This is the real 'secret' to building muscle and Ghost has made it that much easier with this Ghost Whey.
How to take Ghost Protein Powder for best results?
This is ideally taken after training when you wanted a fast-digesting protein source. Simply mix 1-2 scoops of Ghost Whey in 300ml of cold water and consume.
If you struggle to hit your daily protein intake add a shake with breakfast. You can mix it in your morning oats or add some to a smoothie
To build lean muscle we want to hit 2-2.5gm/kg of lean body weight each day.
Ghost protein powder is the perfect way to recover faster and build some lean muscle.
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