Why I Use Drive Nutrition Whey Protein

These intense workouts we are attacking each day here at CrossFit Alanis shred muscle fibers, and your body wants to repair that damage as soon as possible. Making the most of the muscle-building state requires two things:

  • Protein (preferably in an easy-to-digest form)
  • Branch chain amino acids, or BCAAs.

DRIVEN WHEY™ Protein combines both of these essential muscle-building ingredients in one delicious, easy-to-digest powder that dissolves quickly and completely.

Our bodies literally can’t create new muscle without protein. Research proves that taking protein before and after workouts is the best way to speed muscle tissue repair and gain more lean muscle. Whey is the go-to protein to take after your workout because it’s absorbed faster than other forms of protein. And DRIVEN WHEY™ also includes a full array of vital BCAAs and other amino acids to fuel your muscle growth.

This is my all day, everyday “go-to” for a number of reasons…

I actually enjoy taking my protein with this complete range of delicious flavors. I can avoid uncomfortable, embarrassing digestive problems so I can feel good in and out of the gym. I get more results from less product, thanks to cold whey processing. I get more protein actually assimilated into my body per serving, and more servings per container than other brands. I build new muscle faster and easier by giving my body the protein and aminos it needs in one convenient mix. I can protect the muscles I’ve already built, because the naturally occurring amino acids in DRIVEN WHEY™ help keep me out of the catabolic state during my workouts. I can easily stack DRIVEN WHEY™ thanks to its low-carb formulation, or use it in low-carb recipes.

Whether our goal is to increase muscle mass, lose weight, burn fat or just add pure, lean protein to our diet, DRIVEN WHEY™ is the optimal supplement to help us meet our performance goals.


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Research continues to show the negative impacts on human health of excessive added sugar intake. The bottom line is that all added sugar, that is, any not naturally contained in whole foods, is unnecessary and ultimately not good for us. However, sugar is STILL SECRETLY added to many of the processed foods we eat.

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For your health’s sake, it is vital to become a food detective and avoid this poison at all costs. It may take some time to determine where it is hiding in your favorite foods.


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