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P90X Results and Recovery Formula: 30-Day Supply, Smooth Orange Tub 52.9oz

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  • Dextrose (glucose) – a natural 6-carbon sugar for optimum glycogen replenishment
  • A high Protein Efficiency Ratio (PER) blend to provide the critical building blocks for rapid muscle resynthesis.
  • Vitamins, including antioxidants, to help reduce muscle soreness and assist in repair and growth.
  • P90X workout plan is based on a 5-6 day/week workout schedule, resting/stretching on the 7th day.

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P90X Results and Recovery Formula: 30-Day Supply, Smooth Orange Tub 52.9oz + Beachbody Energy and Endurance Pre-Workout Supplement - 30 Day Supply - Tub + P90X Peak Performance Protein Bars: Variety Flavors, Pack of 12
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Product Description

P90X Results and Recovery Formula® - After-Workout Drink. Recover faster and see better results! A great-tasting shake that's specially designed to provide the precise nutrients you need to recover quickly after intense workouts, P90X Results and Recovery Formula offers a unique mix of:

• Simple and complex carbohydrates for optimum glycogen replenishment
• A high Protein Efficiency Ratio (PER) blend to provide the critical building blocks for rapid muscle resynthesis
• Vitamins, including antioxidants, to help reduce muscle soreness and assist in repair and growth

Studies (1,2) show that with proper nutrition during the first hour following a workout you can increase your body's ability to recover by more than 100%. The key component to maximizing this "window of opportunity" is a formulation of approximately 4 parts carbohydrates to 1 part protein. P90X Results and Recovery Formula combines the proper nutrients in this state-of-the-art, great-tasting, body-shaping cocktail that's guaranteed to take your P90X workouts to the next level.

^1 Phillips, SM, JW Hartman and SB Wilkinson. 2005. Dietary protein to support anabolism with resistance exercise in men. J. Am. Coll Nutr. 24:1345.

^2 Haff, GG, MJ Lehmkuhl, LB Meloy and MH Stone. 2003. Carbohydrate supplementation and resistance training. J. Strength Cond Res 17:187.

Warning: Consult with a healthcare professional if pregnant, breast feeding, providing to a child, or if you have any other special needs. Keep out of reach of children.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 3.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004LY4OLM
  • UPC: 609613850295
  • Item model number: SUPRECO2102
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (484 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,051 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Andy Bartholomew on April 21, 2015
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Eating food after working out makes sense.

There's a fair amount of research that shows that eating protein and carbohydrate after training helps decrease muscle breakdown and increase protein synthesis rates. This is why I've always followed my workouts with about 30 to 40 grams of protein and about 1 gram of carbohydrate per kilogram of body weight, and I like to think it has helped me make more gains in the gym.

I used this P90X product daily until the bottle ran out and it tasted fine but I can't say I've noticed any difference in my workouts or how I feel after training and eating. My cheap and tasty omelette and bowl of oatmeal seems to be equally effective for post-workout nutrition as this expensive supplement.

So, it's back to eggs and oats for me. You may want to consider trying the same thing before buying protein supplements with simple added sugars like this.

Before I sign off I think it's worth mentioning that one post-workout recovery supplement I HAVE found helpful is LEGION Recharge, Naturally Sweetened Post-Workout supplement with Creatine for Muscle Growth & Muscle Recovery, Fruit Punch, 60 Servings. It's not a protein or carbohydrate supplement--it contains creatine, L-carnitine L-tartrate, and corosolic acid--and I've noticed a significant increase in strength in the gym and decrease in muscle soreness on the days following training.
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452 of 505 people found the following review helpful By A. Evans on August 18, 2011
Issues of taste aside, I don't find this 'recovery drink' does what it says it does. Both my wife and I did our third round of P90X. Prior to starting we ordered the recovery drink. We both suffer from post-workout fatigue, cramps and so forth. I wanted to see if this helped. I like trying to accurately review products so we switched off using the drink every 3 weeks and tracked every day how we felt after the workout, 1 hour after the workout, and 12 hours after the workout. We also measured the improvement in performance for workouts following the use of the drink. And measured frequency of cramps and any other physiological effects. In short we didn't notice any difference in anything. Statistically we felt the same and performed similarly with or without the drink. Cramp counts were the same. It just didn't seem to do anything.

My main concern with this product however is the sugar. There are two problems. First they use fructose instead of glucose as the primary carbohydrate. They use some glucose (dextrose) but the first ingredient is fructose. If you think fructose ("the fruit sugar") is good for you then disregard my review. But anyone familiar with the work of Robert Lustig knows how damaging fructose can be. You can do your own research and make your own call on that one. At the very least they should have mitigated the fructose absorption with a fiber additive.

The second problem is that each drink contains 36 grams of fructose. This is basically the amount of sugar in a 12oz can of cola.

The other thing to note is the research papers cited in the product description. I wanted to see what these papers actually had to say and it's interesting.
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60 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Tom McQ on April 9, 2011
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Many of the reviews here comment about the better taste in the original P90X Results and Recovery Formula. One of the reviews mentioned the switch away from fructose in the reformulation, which is true. Let me add more facts about the ingredient changes and then some subjective comparisons. First, the facts.

The primary ingredient in both formulas is still sugar, which is why this drink serves primarily as a carbohydrate replacement after a workout. The "new and improved" formula removes the fructose. The primary sugars in the old formula were fructose, dextrose and maltodextrin (in that order). The new formula's sugars are primarily dextrose and maltodextrin. Besides the sugar change, the biggest change seems to be the new formula contains half the fat and twice the dietary fiber of the old formula.

Fat facts: The old formula contains 2g of fat per serving, with 30mg of cholesterol. The new formula has 1g of fat and 20mg of cholesterol -- half the fat and 1/3 less cholesterol. However, the new formula contains about twice the amount of saturated fats, from 0.5g in the old to slightly less than 1g in the new.

Most of the actual ingredients remain the same, although the new formula apparently contains no artificial flavors, which the old formula did. Both still provide 700mg of L-arginine, 500mg of L-glutamine and 500mg of creatine monohydrate per serving. Both contain 220 calories per serving and the serving size is still 60g.

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112 of 144 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Adams on April 1, 2011
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I'm about to start the last 30 days of P90X and I have enjoyed the program since day 1. I initially felt like a sucker buying a workout DVD that's featured on late night infomercials, much less a product that was pushed at the end of said infomercial DVD.

I finally broke down a bought the product several weeks ago, after running out of my basic whey protein supplement. I would have used the product from day 1 of P90X, but I had 2 reservations (not including the infomercial aspect):

1. Cost. This drink is significantly higher than other supplements. Especially for someone like me that has never been big on supplements.

2. The negative reviews on the flavor, and how the formula had been changed.

I think the concerns about the flavor are exaggerated. But as the post says: you can't miss what you never had. I'm not a fan of citrus flavors in general, but I actually do enjoy the taste of the drink. If you're having second thoughts based on the taste reviews, I would encourage you to try it for yourself. Beachbody offers a money back guarantee if you don't like it.

Does it work? I've only been using it for several weeks now. Before I had the drink I was mixing up a "poor man's recovery drink" with whey protein and apple juice. I will say that I do have more energy during/after the workouts, and feel better after downing some recovery drink. Placebo effect? Maybe. Correlation doesn't always equal causation. I'm also in the second phase of P90X where the carb allotment in the diet increases... so that will have an impact on energy levels as well.

Many other reviewers have made this point, and I'll reiterate it here. Don't price yourself out of P90X. Don't feel like this drink is a requirement.
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