SynTsize Recovery

SynTsize Recovery

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SynPro Matrix

Aesthetic Whey

Aesthetic Whey

SynTsize Recovery

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€ 64,90


The post-workout shake is the most important shake of the day, as it induces maximum muscle recovery by increasing glycogen and amino acid levels. Training hard, but forgetting to replenish glycogen and amino acid stocks in a quick and efficient way, is the biggest mistake one can make as an athlete, because it blocks muscle growth.

SynTsize Recovery is the ideal post-workout shake and is composed of easily digestible carbohydrates, Whey Protein Isolate, together with a massive amount of l-leucine and l-glutamine and performance nutrients. The protein content contributes to the recovery and growth of muscle mass. The combination of Creapure® creatine and beta-alanine optimizes the ATP- and the Lactic Acid Energy System. Creatine increases physical performance in successive bursts of short-term, high intensity exercise.


Suited for:

  • Athletics

  • Rugby / Soccer

  • Cycling

  • Marathon / Triathlon

  • Martial Arts / MMA / Boxing

  • Fitness and Body Building



1 serving = Mix 2 scoops (90g) with 450ml of water immediately after your workout. Only use on trainingdays.



Maltodextrin - Dextrose Complex

This blend of fast carbohydrates quickly replenishes the carbohydrate stocks. After a workout, our body breaks down muscular tissue to convert amino acids into glucose in order to produce energy. In other words, after a great workout, you might think that your body is growing new muscles. But the opposite is true: it is breaking down muscular tissue. First priority is to increase carbohydrate levels in order to put a stop to this process. The carbohydrate blend in SynTsize Recovery is composed of 50% Maltodextrin and 50% Dextrose. They immediately set off glycogen synthesis and allow an anabolic post-workout insulin peak. Maltodextrin decreases glycogen breakdown during long-duration exercise.⁽¹⁾ When combined with protein, maltodextrins and dextrose can enhance glycogen recovery and stimulate muscle protein synthesis after exercise.⁽²⁾ Each serving contains 47g carbohydrates.


Whey Protein Isolate (WPI90)

Immediately after your workout, your muscles start to break down. Therefore, it is of vital importance to start protein synthesis as soon as possible to stop this break down process. Whey Protein Isolate of the renowned supplier Volac is quickly and efficiently absorbed and is naturally rich in BCAAs. Whey protein contributes to the increase of lean body mass.⁽³⁾⁽⁴⁾⁽⁵⁾ Each serving contains 24g Whey Protein Isolate.



Adding L-Leucine to a post-workout shake considerably increases protein synthesis. It both stimulates development of muscles and fat loss and has anti-catabolic effects because it decreases the excretion of cortisol (stress hormone). Combined with the BCAAs that naturally occur in the whey protein, this strategic BCAA intake helps you accelerate recovery after power and endurance training and to have less muscle stiffness.⁽⁶⁾ Each serving contains a massive dose of 6g l-leucine.



Adding L-glutamine to the recovery shake improves recovery, supports the immune system and provides an optimal growth hormone release. L-glutamine is considered a semi-essential amino acid because in certain circumstances the human body cannot produce enough of it to meet the needs of sportsmen and women. L-glutamine is the most common amino acid in the blood and muscular tissue and it contributes to numerous physiological processes in the human body.⁽⁷⁾⁽⁸⁾⁽⁹⁾ L-glutamine has an anti-catabolic effect and stimulates accelerated muscle recovery after the training.⁽¹⁰⁾ In addition, glutamine is a powerful anti-oxidant: people who use it also have a better resistance to colds.⁽¹¹⁾⁽¹²⁾ Each serving contains a massive dose of 6g l-glutamine.


Creapure® Creatine⁽¹³⁾⁽¹⁴⁾⁽¹⁵⁾

Creatine promotes physical performance in successive bursts of short-term, high intensity exercise.⁽¹⁶⁾ When it comes down to purity, safety and effectiveness, no other type of creatine can level up with Creapure, patented and recognized worldwide as the benchmark for creatine quality. Each serving contains 2g Creapure® creatine, which plays a role in recovery as well.



Beta-alanine is a lactic acid buffer which increases carnosine concentrations in the muscles.⁽¹⁷⁾ Increased concentrations of carnosine allow a number of biochemical mechanisms to postpone muscle fatigue in an efficient way. It also has positive effects on the explosive and peak power during long physical efforts, and it increases training capacity and energy levels.⁽¹⁸⁾⁽¹⁹⁾⁽²⁰⁾ Beta-alanine also improves muscle recovery of power athletes, it stimulates intramuscular blood flow and improves stamina.

To optimize the use of the different energy systems, beta-alanine is often combined with creatine. This combination is more efficient on strength performance, developing lean muscular mass and burning fat than creatine alone.⁽²¹⁾ Each serving contains 2g beta-alanine. This can cause mild tingling (paresthesia), which is temporary and harmless.


Alpha-Lipoic Acid (ALA)

Alfa-Lipoic Acid is a powerful anti-oxidant⁽²²⁾ which optimizes insulin release when taken in combination with carbohydrates. Adding 200mg of Alfa-Lipoic Acid to creatine with fast carbohydrates allows the muscles to absorb creatine better than when without ALA.⁽²³⁾Another advantage according recent research is that ALA supplementation, during intensive training periods result in a reduction of muscle damage, inflammation and an increase of recovery.⁽²⁴⁾ Each serving contains 200mg Alpha-Lipoic Acid.




Per  100g

Per 90g

Strength & Power:

Creapure® Creatine






Recovery Matrix:







Alpha-Lipoic Acid




Typical Nutritional Value

Per  100g

Per 90g


365 kcal/1526 kJ

329 kcal/1373 kJ


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-      of which sugars





Protein **






** = on dry matter (N*6,25)




Maltodextrin, Whey Protein Isolate (Milk), Dextrose, L-Leucine, L-Glutamine, Beta-Alanine, Creapure® Creatine Monohydrate, Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid, Monopotassium Phosphate), Flavouring, Alpha-Lipoic Acid, Anti-Caking Agent (Silicon Dioxide), Sweetener (Sucralose), Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin, Sunflower Lecithin), Colouring Agent (Curcumin)



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