I mix Hammer Whey into natural peanut butter. It stabilizes the oil in the peanut butter and makes for a more protein-rich snack or sandwich food. I use unflavored Hammer Whey and it goes down easy.
- Thanks to Hammer client, Chris M. for this hot tip.
|Weight||Off-season and/or light workouts*||In-season and/or long workouts*|
|100-110 lbs (approx.45-50 kg)
120-130 lbs (approx. 54-59 kg)
140-150 lbs (approx. 63-68 kg)
160-170 lbs (approx. 72-77 kg)
180-190 lbs (approx. 81-86 kg)
200-210 lbs (approx. 91-95 kg)
220-230 lbs (approx. 100-104 kg)
240-250 lbs (approx. 109-113 kg)
*All measurements are shown in grams needed per day
Numerous studies have demonstrated that endurance athletes in heavy training need more protein than recreational athletes do. This chart gives you a good reference as to how much protein you should consider consuming daily from all sources. More information can be found in the Endurance Athlete's Guide To Success and in the Knowledge section of our website