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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

BBcom Featuring: The Science Behind Re-Kaged Post-Workout Protein | Doc Thor, Dr. Kaleb Redden

Dr. Kaleb Redden is here to teach you about the post-workout protein supplement Re-Kaged. Find out what your muscles need after training to maximize gains, strength, and recovery. 
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| Re-Kaged Post-Workout Protein Supplement | RE-KAGED® is a game-changing anabolic protein that you can’t beat if you are serious about adding size and strength.* Supercharge your muscles with our lightning fast delivery of BCAAs, EAAs, CAAs, and NAAs from non-GMO whey protein isolate for maximum anabolic results and post-workout recovery support.

* Our bodies need all of the nine essential amino acids (EAAs) in order to build muscle.
* Don’t shortchange your results during this important anabolic window by using a post-workout product that only contains BCAAs. Although BCAAs are important pre- and intra-workout for muscle energy, post workout is when you need a full spectrum amino acid profile for maximum growth and recovery.
* Each serving contains 28 g of non-GMO whey protein isolate, 7 g of glutamine and glutamic acid (4 g naturally occurring from WPI plus 3 g of free form L-Glutamine), patented BetaPower® (betaine), patented creatine HCl and the super enzyme ProHydrolase®, which breaks down (hydrolyzes) whey protein into smaller particle sizes for enhanced absorption. The difference between hydrolyzed whey and RE-KAGED’s whey protein isolate plus ProHydrolase® is that with RE-KAGED® the protein is hydrolyzed at the point of consumption vs. being chemically treated during the manufacturing process into very small peptides and then dried.

 | 3 Problems with Most Post-Workout Products On The Market |
1. Most brands are serving you a glass that is only 30% full by offering you a BCAA only product at a critical time when your body craves a full spectrum amino acid profile that has all nine essential amino acids in order to fully support muscle building.* 
 2. New research on individuals who train with weights shows that during a 1.5 – 2 hour workout the human body does not burn enough glycogen to justify supplementing with fast-acting carbs post workout for the majority of us.* 
 3. They are loaded with artificial flavors, colors, and low-quality ingredients.

 | About Dr. Kaleb Redden, aka Doc Thor | Dr. Kaleb Redden DO, ABFP, CAQSM, CRP is a fellowship-trained sports medicine physician specializing in non-operative management of orthopedic injury in pediatric and adult patients including shoulder, hip, knee, elbow, wrist, ankle, neck and back injuries. He also has special training in the use of ultrasound for diagnostic and interventional purposes, including minimally invasive procedures and targeted injections. Along with treatment of both acute and chronic injury, Dr. Redden is highly trained in sports performance and sports nutrition with a special interest in fitness. He is also a certified ring-side physician and combat sports medicine specialist currently serving as the deputy commissioner and chief medical officer for the Idaho Athletic Commission. 

Dr. Redden is one of the team physicians for Mountain View High School, local Idaho rodeos, Idaho Steelheads semi-professional hockey, UFC MMA, Bellator MMA, Kaged Muscle Fitness (which includes professional MMA fighters), Olympic gymnasts, collegiate and professional football players, professional power lifters, and bodybuilders. 

 Dr. Redden completed his sports medicine fellowship at the Idaho Sports Medicine Institute where he cared for athletes connected to Boise State University, Capital High School, and the Onward Shay marathon, as well as fighters with the UFC and Kaged Muscle Athletes. He served as a chief resident at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho and was the founder and president of the sports medicine club for his medical school, Pacific Northwest University of Health Science. He completed his bachelor's degrees in exercise science and chemistry at Utah State University, where he also competed as a student athlete.

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