Primabolics Whey Ripped Whey Blend
Primabolics Whey Ripped Whey Blend is a scientifically formulated lean protein powder.
This is designed to support muscle growth, tissue repair and training performance. This is a suitable supplement for those on low-carb diets, Whey Ripped performs like a protein but tastes like a treat.
This has digestive enzymes, Ashwagandha to reduce cortisol, plus multivitamins for health and vitality, making it ideal for muscle recovery
Benefits of the Primabolics Whey Ripped Protein Powder
✔ Premium quality blend of WPI and WPC
✔ 23g protein and only 2.1g carbohydrate per serve
✔ Supports muscle repair and recovery
✔ Contains multivitamins and additives for general health
✔ 100% Australian-owned and made
How do I take Primabolics Whey Ripped?
Simply mix 1-2 scoops in 300mls of cold water and drink immediately post-workout.
You can also take this any time you need an increase in protein such as first thing in the morning with breakfast.
What do we like about Whey Ripped at Spartans?
Primabolics have done an amazing job with Whey Ripped. The formula is clean, the profile is fantastic and the flavours are amazing.
It's a very versatile protein you'll actually look forward to having after a tough workout in the gym.
On top of the fantastic formula, the real stand out about this product is the huge range and amazing taste of the flavours.
You're going to be having protein powder a lot, so you want it to taste great and this protein is delicious!
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