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Made up of amino acids, protein is an essential nutrient important for many functions within the body, such as muscle development. For those who train regularly and are looking to build strength through muscle growth, protein requirements should increase from 0.8g protein per kilogram of body weight per day (g/kgBW/day) required for a sedentary individual to 1.2 - 2g/kgBW/day.

Maximuscle PROMAX powders contains BioMax True Protein, a uniqueblend of protein, which is rapidly digested by the body and allows for the fast uptake of protein, stimulating muscle development and growth.

Typically, food protein concentrations are theoretically calculated based on the total nitrogen content, but this can cause some variances in the derived protein level. Maximuscle have gone one step further by validating the protein concentration in PROMAX powders by comparing the weight of the individual amino acids with the calculated factored amount, qualifying this as BioMax Whey True Protein. We guarantee that every serving of PROMAX powders provides 25g of high-quality BioMax Whey True Protein to help support the growth and maintenance of muscle.


Vary your protein sources throughout the day.

Split your total protein requirement into 20-40g servings every 3-4 hours.

Consume protein in close proximity following exercise.

Maximuscle products will help supplement your diet, aid convenience and provide the support you require.


A lack of results is down to not taking required calories . Following the equation below will help to determine your energy requirements, making achieving your goal possible.

If you’re looking to optimise the way your body restores in response to heavy training; Promax products that contain Vitamin D and Magnesium may be the best choice for you. Restore bars and shakes are rich in protein to help build and retain muscle tissue following exercise. Every serve of Promax powders deliver added Magnesium, and Promax bars provide both Magnesium and Vitamin D.

Magnesium is a mineral that plays multiple important roles within the body including; the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and allows for normal protein synthesis.

Vitamin D can be naturally produced in the body, although synthesis relies upon sunlight exposure to the skin. Vitamin D can help with normal immune function and normal muscle function.


Following the equation below will help you determine your energy requirements. Follow the step by step guide to calculate your calorie requirements.

First you need to calculate your Basal Metabolic Rate:

MEN BMR = 66 + (13.7 x WEIGHT (kg))+ (5 x HEIGHT (cm)) - (6.8 x AGE)

WOMEN BMR = 655 + (9.6 x WEIGHT (kg))+ (1.8 x HEIGHT (cm)) - (4.7 x AGE)

Multiply your BMR by 1.55, the activity factor for exercising 3-5 times per week.

Decrease your calories by 500 calories from the activity adjusted amount, to ensure a calories deficit to support your training.

Divide the calorific value into the 5-6 meals you have each day.

Daily Restore Meal Planner


Daily Restore Meal Planner - breakfast
Daily Restore Meal Planner - mid-morning snack
Daily Restore Meal Planner - lunch
Daily Restore Meal Planner - mid-afternoon snack
Daily Restore Meal Planner - post-workout snack
Daily Restore Meal Planner - evening meal
Daily Restore Meal Planner - bedtime snack