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Results/Recovery Tub

 

Refuel, re-energize, and reduce muscle soreness with this after-workout shake. Four parts carbs to one part protein ensures speedy muscle repair after intense workouts!*

Recover faster and see better results!
This great-tasting shake is specially designed to provide the precise nutrients you need to recover quickly after intense workouts. P90X Results and Recovery Formula offers a unique mix of:

  • Simple and complex carbohydrates for optimum glycogen replenishment*
  • A high Protein Efficiency Ratio (PER) blend to provide the critical building blocks for rapid muscle resynthesis*
  • Vitamins, including antioxidants, to help reduce muscle soreness and assist in repair and growth*

Click here for Results/Recovery Formula Tub Nutritional Information

Studies show that with proper nutrition during the first hour following a workout you can increase your body’s ability to recover more than 100%. The key component to maximizing this “window of opportunity” is a formulation of approximately 4 parts carbohydrates to 1 part protein.

P90X Results and Recovery Formula is a state-of-the-art, great tasting, body-shaping cocktail that’s guaranteed to take your workouts to the next level.

Our Price:$49.95

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164 comments
SolidS90
SolidS90

Hey Coach!


Just crushed Chest and Back workout and tried that post-workout recipe you linked. And wow does it taste awesome!! It's literally an orange creamsicle!

John P
John P

Hey Coach,

Do I factor in the nutritional values of the R&R formula into my daily macros or should I aim for my daily macros and then add R&R formula on the days I lift?

John P.

SolidS90
SolidS90

Hey Coach! 


Gonna order the P90X recovery formula for the first time ever! Since I just started doing a P90X/Les Mills Combat/Body Beast hybrid, I'm pretty exhausted post workout. So I'd like to give this stuff a try besides my usual chocolate milk. Hoping it tastes good! 


Can it be mixed with almond milk/1% milk besides water?

Andycharris
Andycharris

Hey coach - what do you think about adding a scoop of whey (gold standard) to the R&R post recovery drink? I have been currently hitting right around 1800 cal per day following the 50/30/20 macros. Protein is averaging about 255 g a day. My thought is my body will know exactly what to do with the extra protein, but it will throw of the 4:1 macro in the a R&R.

Iris T
Iris T

I have P-90x recovery formula. It expired 3/13, right now is 3/14. Is it still okay to use it or should I toss it out?

Dan J Carper
Dan J Carper

Hey Coach.  On the 4:1 or 3:1 ratio for post workout drinks, is there any "magic number" of carbs one should shoot for?  For example, I'm 157lbs @ 6% B.F.  I'm looking at a 26g carb:6.5g protein PWO drink on days when I really earn it.  Then following an hour later with my Shakeology/Protein shake.  Should that suffice or should I be looking at a higher carb alternative?  Thanks as always!!


Bheitt
Bheitt

Coach, 

 

Ordering a tub of this for my wife--she just started Insanity and is really feeling the soreness. I hope it works for her!

Timmy Mac
Timmy Mac

Hey Coach,

 

Question for you on the Home Direct front... I'm trying to spread the other good word to a roommate in the form of P90X. Undoubtedly he will want the sweet nectar of recovery, but I've got to sell him on it first. If I sign up for Home Direct and we are going two guys to one container we are going to run out before the month is up. Is there a way to increase the frequency and get an early R&R shipment with home direct?

 

Thanks in advance for your help!

Richard
Richard

Hey Coach,

 

Can you help me with this situation?... I am currently doing a p90x/insanity hybrid... Today I am incorporating insanities upperbody weight training in the rotation, kinda of like what you did with your hybrid...

My question is regarding R&R.... The longest you want to go is about an hour after a workout to take R&R.. However on one day I was going to do Insanities upperbody weights then right after go straight to P90X legs(skipping the back portion) then go straight into ab ripper x... Thats about a 1 1/2 -1;45 total workout time..... 

Since I am doing them back to back and my heart rate is staying up the whole time (going down during ab ripper x), and not resting, do you think R&R is not going to be useful ?? or would it be ok since my rate is still high ??

 

Thank you very much

DCarter88
DCarter88

Just ordered R&R today and will provide feedback after I've used it for a while.  Tomorrow is day 1 of P90X round 1 so due to shipping time I will have the first week to do P90X without the R&R and should see a difference once I include it into my meal plan post workout.

JakeC
JakeC

hi coach. Ive never had R&R and i would like to taste it before spending my $$.  Is there anyway/where to sample it? i plan on using it after my fat shredder phase

thank you, Jake C.

Reggie K
Reggie K

Hey coach, over the summer I am planning on doing two forms of cardio the first being Insanity asylum, and the next will be 5k training, about 5 times a week. I was considering using optimum nutritions Serious Mass to try and maintain (not lose) the muscle i have gained from p90x. Would you recommend this? 

Dave
Dave

Do you recommend the RR after Kenpo X? Particularly during the fat shredder phase?

Hani
Hani

hi coach wanyne i live outside usa iam from lebanon beirut in lebanon there is no p90x recovery formula drink and i cant buy this supplement are there any alternative supplement like p90x from GNC products or creating a mix to be same p90x by protein carb and fats thanks

justin
justin

hey coach, quick question but how do you feel about the new and improved formula for the recovery drink. I've had the old formula and loved it but am a little on edge of trying the new one. Does it really taste as bad as people say it does

Derek
Derek

Will the r & r help lower high blood pressure, will the creatine in it cause me to retain water. Thanks

Dan
Dan

Hi Coach! Since I workout late (8-9pm) isn't this a lot of carbs (39c 2 scoops) to consume this late when I'm trying to cut body fat % on the fat shredder plan? Thanks!

Michael
Michael

1-I noticed that the R&R has 5 grams of creatine. I weigh 220lbs, should I add an extra 5 gram scoop to the R&R for post workout drink? 2-Do I need to cycle off the R&R every 2-3 months since it has creatine? 3-Can I add an extra scoop of whey protein to the R&R drink Post workout since it only has 10 grams of protein? thanks

Ed
Ed

My Recovery Formula expired 04/10. Is it still safe to drink? Ive been looking forums and most say yes, other say no. trying to save $.

Nick
Nick

Hey Coach, I just got my first tub of Results and Recovery formula and had a question for you...I see that each serving contains 5g of creatine and was wondering if I could add 5g of creatine monohydrate to the recovery drink during an "on" cycle? I'm 5'9" and 170 lbs, so I didn't know if that would be too much creatine for someone my size, in which case I would just leave out the added creatine. Thanks!

Eddie
Eddie

Coach Wayne, I know you've answered my question already, but many have said that having a carb post workout isn't the right thing to do for the reason that the afterburn of fat will not take place since glycogen will be replaced. For example, it is said that if 500 calories are burned during a cardio exercise, the common individual will burn another 500 calories for the next 24 hours as an afterburn. I've heard that glutamine and bcaa's along with protein are enough to keep one anabolic post workout; therefore, the post workout carb, when fat loss is the primary goal, will not be effective. Also, are carbs necessary for building muscle post workout, or only to keep one from going into a state of catabolism? I apologize if I'm going in circles here, but I just want to be sure. Thanks in advance.

Eddie
Eddie

Coach Wayne, I have a question. If my primary goal is to lose fat, yet I still work out so I can build muscle, would you say a post workout carb (for an insulin spike), would be counterproductive in the fat burning process? Usually, I do my weight training and I immediately follow with cardio for 30-35 mins. Then I take my protein shake thereafter. What would you recommend I do?

Evie
Evie

Thank you!!!

Evie
Evie

P.S. Coach - I called BB Customer Service they said don't use the expired P90X R & R. But of course I'm sure they will say that.

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@John P  Yes, you really should. The only time you might not is if you are at a really big deficit (-1000 or so). Then you could leave it off. But leaving it off is really just running a smaller deficit. Even if you don't track it, it still has calories. I just like tracking it all. 

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@Andycharris  That is perfectly fine. The 4:1 ratio is best for cardio work and replacing carbs after those LONG cardio workouts. After lifting, more protein is best. 

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@Dan J Carper That is totally fine. Recovery drinks are most beneficial after long cardio (hour plus) workouts. Otherwise, your glycogen will be replenished throughout the day with normal eating. That sounds great though. Not too many carbs so that your other meals lacking carbs. 

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

 @Bheitt It will help and so will time. Make sure she is stretching and keeping up on her water. But time is the biggest thing. Give it a couple weeks and she will feel much better. 

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

 @Timmy Mac I don't know if there is a way to increase frequency, but you can always order two orders for the month. One for you and one for him. I would make sure he wants it first though. 

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

Richard, I would take it after that marathon session. It will still replenish glycogen stores and be very beneficial for recovery. That's a tough workout!

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

 @JakeC No samples on R&R. All of BB products have a 30 day guarantee though! It is great. I really can't think of anyone who doesn't like it.

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

 @Reggie K Serious Mass could help as a tool, but overall calories will determine if you maintain. You need to watch it carefully and add calories if you notice you are losing.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Dave, if you really brought it in Kenpo, R&R is fine. Just make sure you earn it.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Leo, yes I used R&R in my first round. I didn't record it in my tracking, as I was already at a big deficit. I only used it if I felt like I earned it though (not after yoga for example).

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Hani, from GNC you may be able to find Endurox R4. That would be a very good recovery drink.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Justin, no it's not bad. I can't tell the difference anymore. The removal of fructose and addition of dextrose is a clear win from a recovery stand point. All BB products carry the 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Derek, I am not sure if the R&R will directly impact BP. Losing weight will! The creatine will cause you to retain water. That's its job, to draw water to your muscles. It's a good thing.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Dan, taken right after you workout, R&R will still be ok.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Hey Michael, R&R has 500mg or .5g of creatine, you definitely need to supplement with more creatine. With low creatine, you don't have to cycle R&R. Directly post workout, you don't need more protein. The next meal should have more protein after your R&R.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Ed, if it has been kept air tight, I would still use it.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Nick there is 500 mg of creatine or .5g. So adding creatine on top of that is needed.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Eddie your over all fat loss will still be maintained. Again if the carbs/calories are accounted for and part of your day you are at the same spot. What carbs do post workout is replace those glycogen stores but even more importantly spare muscle. Carbs work best post workout alongside protein (and aminos) to further protein synthesis. These nutrients do better together than separately. BCAAs can definitely help with this, but carbs shouldn't be feared when kept in check. Fat lose is the goal, but maintaining as much muscle mass as possible should also be high on the list.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Eddie, after a workout you are in a catabolic state. Getting those carbs in quickly will return you to an anabolic state. Just make sure you are counting those calories and you are maintaining your deficit. They aren't free, you need to earn them!

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Evie, check it out. But if it passes the smell and taste test, it should be ok! The fact that it is unopened and sealed is a good sign.

SolidS90
SolidS90

@CoachWayne  Funny video! That looks like an amazing and tasty post workout shake. I'm gonna start putting healthier foods in my diet and order some R&R and vanilla Shakeology! 


Thanks coach!

Bheitt
Bheitt

 @CoachWayne  @Bheitt Perfect! I'll let her know about the stretching--it might benefit her to do the P90X stretching routine on the rest day. Thanks!

Richard
Richard

 @CoachWayne

 

Thank you very much for the reply.... Another question regarding this. Since Insanities upperbody is being done in the beginning will taking the R&R not going to be as beneficial to the upperbody muscle groups because by the time I finish ab ripper X, an hour might have passed by??

 

Thank you very much again.   

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

Richard, It will still benefit you. You will still need to replace your glycogen stores.