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      IsoJect Protein Chocolate Pudding Pops

      IsoJect Protein Chocolate Pudding Pops

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      Evogen's Goodies And Glutes concoctions offer healthier alternatives to traditional candy and treats loaded with sugar, while managing to soothe that inevitable sweet tooth craving. A little chocolate goes a long way in these puddin' pops, and we pack in the protein with IsoJect to make this snack worth way more than a wimpy Fudgesicle. Plus, you can make these pops all by yourself, with minimal equipment - we're talking no oven necessary whatsoever, helping you beat the summer heat. Rejoice! This chocolaty-delicious summer recipe comes from one of our very own Evogen Ambassadors, Kelsey Voight. Thanks, girl!

      Macros (1 pop): 32 cal 1c/1f/5p

      What you will need:

      IsoJect Chocolate or Chocolate PB Protein Hershey's Cocoa Powder Unsweet Vanilla Almond Milk Dairy-free Chocolate chips  (opt.)* Stevia Ice

      What to do:

      1. Mix 1 scoop of IsoJect Protein, 1 Tb. Cocoa powder, and 2 pck. Of Stevia in 6oz. of Unsweetened Almond Milk.

      2. Pour mixture into a blender and add 1 handfull (4-5) Ice cubes. Blend.

      3. Once blended, pour into a popsicle mold or large ice cube tray and freeze for at least 1 hour. Recipe makes 5 pops.

      *If adding chocolate chips, sprinkle them into the bottom of your popsicle mold before pouring in the mixture. I added 1/4 ts. of mini Dairy-free chocolate chips to each of mine.

      IsoJect Protein Strawberry Parfait

      IsoJect Protein Strawberry Parfait

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      You know what's both delicious AND nutritious? Freakin' Greek yogurt, people! Therefore, Evogen's Goodies An Glutes segment presents to you this beautifully built parfait, featuring IsoJect Vanilla Bean Protein and some real strawberries... Yeah, you read that correctly, REAL strawberries! If your mouth is watering, get ready, because you'll be loving on this tasty treat when you're wanting a quick n' healthy breakfast OR scrumptious dessert. This light yet luscious summer recipe comes from one of our very own Evogen Ambassadors, Kelsey Voight. Thanks, girl!

      Macros: 295 cal 27c/3f/40p

      What you will need:

      0% Nonfat Greek Yogurt IsoJect Vanilla Bean Protein Fresh Strawberries Oats/Granola (or topping of choice) Stevia (or sweetener of choice)

      How to make it:

      1. Mix 1c. of 0% nonfat greek yogurt with

      2 Tb. Of @evogennutrition IsoJect Vanilla Bean Protein. Taste and add zero calorie sweetener to desired result. I added 1 packet of stevia.

      2. Grab 6-7 fresh strawberries (about 95-100g) and slice them vertically.

      3. Portion out 2-3 Tb. of granola. If you don't have granola, you can make your own by toasting dry oats in a pan with some stevia and spices. OR just use dry oats and let the finished Parfait sit in the refrigerator for a few hours to soften them.

      4. Now all you have to do is layer! Begin with a spoon full of the Greek yogurt, then add granola, then berries and repeat until you've reached the top of your dish. This "recipe" makes 1 serving.

      Jeremy Buendia Trains Shoulders 16 Weeks Out

      Jeremy Buendia Trains Shoulders 16 Weeks Out

      [block id="special-offer-for-content-pages"] 16 weeks out from the 2016 Mr. Olympia Jeremy Buendia 2x Men's Physique Mr. Olympia trains shoulders with the Pro Creator Hany Rambod. https://youtu.be/7oq4pkO2MfQ If you want to follow along with the workouts that make a champion here is the FST-7 shoulder workout designed by Hany Rambod for 2 time Men's Physique Olympia Champion Jeremy Buendia at 16 weeks out from the 2016 Mr. Olympia contest.

      FST-7 Shoulders

      Pre-workout 2 scoops EVP Intra-Workout 1 scoop Cell K.E.M. and 1 scoop GlycoJect Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press 4 sets x 10-12 reps Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press (Power Grip) 3 sets x 10-12 reps Seated Side Laterals 3 sets x 10-12 reps Alternating Front Raises (w/static hold) 2 sets x 10-12 reps Front Raises Palms Up 1 set x 12-15 reps Bent Over Rear Delt Lateral Raise 4 sets x 15-20 reps Face Pulls 3 sets 12-15 reps FST-7 Reverse Flyes 7 sets x 12-15 reps (30 seconds rest between sets)  

      Shredded & Sexy Wide Grip Lat Pull Down

      Shredded & Sexy Wide Grip Lat Pull Down

      Evogen Athletes Lauren Findley and Jazmin Pineda demonstrate a basic wide grip lat pull down. [block id="special-offer-for-content-pages"] https://youtu.be/TJ9wo24eB3c