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Tired. Unmotivated. Lazy in the gym. Bored with workouts.
These are the signs. The signs I’m being too stringent in my regimen and need to shake things up. Sometimes you need a refeed day, a cheat day, or an indulgence. I’m already tired of winter, so I’m erring on the side of indulgence these days.
Often times, I hit the weights hard and then have a post workout snack of Greek yogurt or cottage cheese. However, the indulgence bug wants something a little more desserty.
Kemps has a newer line of frozen yogurt called Yo2 with rich flavors and smooth texture.
My favorite post workout concoction lately? I let a scoop of the Yo2 soften up and mix a scoop of protein powder in. Then I pop it back in the freezer until I’m done lifting. Not only is my “protein shake” more flavorful, but eating it frozen with a spoon can also be more satisfying.
Kemps Yo2 frozen yogurt comes in several flavors including: raspberry cheesecake, cold brewed coffee, mudslide, very vanilla, and salty caramel cookie crunch. So far, my favorite is the raspberry cheesecake. It really has cream cheese in it instead of artificial flavors. Although, for my post workout protein concoction, I really like the salty caramel cookie crunch. A strict fitness regimen can really bring on the blahs at this time of year, so a little indulgence keeps things fresh. Plus, frozen yogurt is easy to fit into those macros after an intense deadlifting session!
Try out a pint of Kemps Yo2 yourself by entering to win below!! Your taste buds will thank you!
Enter to win five (5) cartons of Kemps Yo2. Prize will be awarded in the form of manufacturer coupons that can be redeemed for the full price of the pint of yogurt, up to $5 each for a total of $25. U.S. residents over 18 only.