Smoothies are a great way to achieve top physical fitness.

  • They taste great. This can help eliminate cravings for other sugary alternatives
  • They are easy to make. A hand blender is highly recommended. Blenders are nice too, but a hand blender makes it so much easier to clean up!
  • A great way to consume protein. Easily blend 30+ grams of protein in with a delicious fruit smoothie. - Smoothies

 “10 Different Fruit Smoothies that are great after weight lifting

Are you feeling sore after lifting weights at the gym?

By simply taking any of these 10 fruit smoothies right after a workout it can give you the strength you need.

Not only that, fruit smoothies help combat against free radicals that are harmful to human DNA and cell membrane. In addition, these smoothies are packed full of vitamins and minerals. They contain only the best and most delicious fruit.

Making fruit smoothies for post-workout is easy. Just follow these simple smoothie recipes. The serving is good for 2 individuals.

1.      The Whey-Too-Good Smoothie

  • 3⁄4 cup part-skim ricotta cheese; 3⁄4 cup 1% chocolate milk; 1⁄4 cup chopped pecans; 1⁄2 banana; 2 tablespoons low-fat vanilla yogurt; 2 teaspoons ground flaxseed; 30 grams of chocolate whey-protein powder; 6 ice cubes

2.      The New Zealander

  • 1 cup 1% milk; 2 tablespoons low-fat plain yogurt; 1 medium peeled kiwi; 1⁄2 cup strawberries; 30 grams vanilla whey-protein powder; 3 ice cubes

3.      The Hawaiian Five-O

  • 1⁄2 cup 1% milk; 2 tablespoons low-fat plain yogurt; 1⁄4 cup frozen orange juice concentrate; 1⁄2 banana; 1⁄4 cup strawberries; 1⁄4 cup cubed ripe mango; 30 grams of vanilla whey-protein powder; 3 ice cubes

4.      Tea It Up

  • 1 cup of water;  green tea bag; 2 teaspoons honey; 1 1/2 cups frozen blueberries
    1/2 medium banana; 3/4cup light vanilla soy milk

5.      Summer Smoothie

  • 2/3 cup frozen strawberries; 1 banana; 1/2 cup cubed honeydew lemon; 4 ounces low-fat vanilla yogurt; 3/4cup 1% milk; 30 grams vanilla whey powder; 3 ice cubes, crushed

6.      Strawberry Shortcut

  • 1 scoop low-fat strawberry ice cream; 1/2 banana; 1/2 cup low-fat milk; 1/2 cup frozen strawberries; 20 grams vanilla whey-protein powder; 3 ice cubes

7.      Show Me the Honey

  • 1 scoop low-fat butter pecan ice cream; 1/2 cup low-fat milk; 30 grams of vanilla whey-protein powder; 1 teaspoon ground flaxseed; 1 dash cinnamon; 1 teaspoon honey; 3 ice cubes

8.      Pumpkin You Up!

  • 1 scoop low-fat butter pecan ice cream; 1/2 cup canned pumpkin; 1/2 cup low-fat milk; 30 grams of vanilla whey-protein powder; 1 teaspoon ground flaxseed; 3 ice cubes

9.      Okay on the OJ

  • 1 scoop low-fat orange sherbet; 1/2 cup peeled, ready-to-eat cantaloupe; 1/2 cup reduced-fat ricotta cheese; 1/2 cup low-fat milk; 1/2 cup orange juice; 2 tablespoon vanilla whey-protein powder; 3 ice cubes

10.  Protein Power Smoothie

  • 1/4 small pineapple (peeled); 1/2 lime (peeled); 2 apples; 1/2 avocado (make sure it’s ripe – avocado is ripe when it yields to the touch if you give it a light squeeze); 1 banana, sliced into smaller chunks; 1/4 teaspoon Spirulina Powder; ice cubes; 1 teaspoon bee pollen

How to make the finest smoothies

To help ensure that fruit smoothies turn out enjoyable and delicious, try to curtail the use of sugar and depend only on the natural flavor produced by fruits.

Many individuals enjoy adding apple juice, orange juice, and other juices as well to add a little different flavor. Fruit smoothies should also be well mixed to limit huge ice chunks. Another great way to improve any fruit smoothie is to supplement small pieces of cut diced up fruit that can be used to garnish the fruit smoothie as well as add a tasty touch. Remember, fruit smoothie recipe can be altered with minor additions or subtractions to create exceptional, refined creations.

When you’re active and have a healthy living, keep it that way by feeding your body these fruit smoothies after enduring intense workout. These smoothies are equipped with antioxidant properties and various powerful nutrients. Rest assured your muscles won’t be as sore but rather feel comfortable, and look much better. What are you waiting for? Give these fruit smoothies a try right now!

4 thoughts on “Smoothies

  1. cheryl rush

    Great job!

    Loved the tuna salad recipe looked great. Keep up the great mental attitude. Go mike

    ll have to try it. The smoothies look

    1. Mike Post author

      Thank you! The encouragement is much appreciated. Do you have any smoothie recipes or main ingredients to add in a smoothie?

  2. Zurielzupiter

    I do the exact same thing. When strawberries are cheap in the summer, I stock the freezer. Try adding a little Greek yogurt if you want to up the protein content. I do that, and call it breakfast. We are big smoothie fans around here, and there is NO way we could afford to go out for them with 4 kidlets.

    1. Mike Post author

      Smoothies are really affordable! I love that about them and they can feed a lot of people at once. I’m always making them for myself and I always make too much. I wish they could last longer as left overs. I try to put the leftovers in the fridge but it’s never as good later. Do you ever try to eat them as leftovers? Any tips I should know about??


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