Primabolics Iso Ripped: Premium Aussie Whey Protein Isolate
In simple terms hydrolysed means pre-digested. This means it's fast digesting which is great for muscle recovery after a tough workout.
You'll also find added vitamins and minerals. This helps keep us healthy and supports immune function. Iso-Ripped is gluten-free and stevia-sweetened so it's easy on the stomach.
We also love that this brand is 100% Australian-made and owned.
HWPI is as good as it gets and helps you hit your protein intake while boosting recovery after workouts.
Features of Iso Ripped WPI
✔ 26gm protein per serving
✔Great for fat loss and muscle-building plans
✔Mixes great & tastes AMAZING
✔Very low-carb & fat
✔Easy to digest
How to use Primabolics Iso-Ripped WPI
For best results, mix 1-2 scoops in 300 mils of cold water and consume immediately post-workout. To increase the benefits of your post-workout shake, add some creatine. This supports recovery in two ways for better results.
What we like about Iso-Ripped at Spartans
The profile is amazing, it mixes great, the flavour range is STACKED and it's Aussie made & owned. What's not to love?
This is one of the team's top protein powders and is for any time of the day. This includes post-workout a fast-digesting source like WPI is ideal.
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