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MyoFusion Banana Bread:

Don't let your sweet tooth ruin your hard work.
Try this amazing Myofusion Protein Banana Bread recipe instead!
1 cup Old Fashion Oatmeal
6 egg whites
2 eggs
2 scoops of Banana Myofusion by Gaspari
1 Mashed Banana
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1 cup of natural applesauce
Mix ingredients in large bowl. Pour into oven safe dish and bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes
Let cool and enjoy!

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Protein Cinnamon Roll


Ingredients for Cake:

1/2 cup liquid egg whites

1/2 cup Myofusion Cinnamon Roll Protein Powder

1/8 cup oat flour or instant buckwheat

1 tsp baking soda

1 whole egg


Ingredients for Frosting:

1/2 cup vanilla whey

1/2 cup of 0% or 2% Greek yogurt

1 tsp sugar-free maple syrup



1 tbsp cinnamon

2 chopped Brazil nuts, or chopped walnuts or pecans




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Jamie Baird's Chocolate Banana Swirl Protein Bars

 3 scoops Gaspari Nutrition’s MyoFusion Pro – Milk Chocolate
½ c. brown rice flour
½ tsp baking powder
1 ripe banana
½ c. water
2/3 c. egg whites
1 scoop Gaspari Nutrition’s MyoFusion Pro – Banana Perfection
¼ c. egg whites
1. Preheat oven to 350.
2. Mix Chocolate MyoFusion Pro, brown rice flour and baking powder in a bowl.

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Break the Wrists, Break the Progress


First thing, I'm all about getting the most out of every exercise. If you were to ask any of my clients that I train in person, they'll most likely tell that I'm the biggest stickler for form and technique. There are certain staples in my training that I try to drill into clients from the beginning, all of them with the purpose of creating a more efficient, and effective machine. Going along with the previous article on the mind-muscle connection, I want to cover another tip that will help you accomplish superior execution of a plethora of exercises.


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Connect Your Mind to Your Muscles!

One of the major factors in successful resistance training is the mind-muscle connection. Some of you may know and understand this, but if you're new to the game it's possible that you don't. This could be what you need to progress you to that next level in your fitness journey.

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Muscles, Fibers, Types, OH MY!!

Most people have a general idea of what a muscle is.... at least they could point to one on their body or someone else's. They understand that the main purpose of skeletal muscles is to control your body and it's movements. Muscle tissue is very adaptive, and if trained properly, it can be developed towards the goal of the person. What most people don't know is that muscle is comprised different types of muscle fibers that perform at different levels of exercise. These three main fibers are known as Type 1, Type 2a, and Type 2b.