“My training never stops. I use Core Power to recover and build lean muscle so that I can end tomorrow stronger and better than today.”

Winning is all about recovery

When you’re an Olympic athlete, you learn fast that recovery is just as important as the rest of your training. Core Power helps Simone recover after every workout with the 3 Rs: refuel, rebuild, and rehydrate.

Why is that so important? Working out burns energy, breaks down muscle, and takes electrolytes from your body. You have to give back what your body used in order to recover and build lean muscle.

Core Power has 26g of high-quality protein that will help you maximize your recovery, so that you can make tomorrow’s workout stronger than today’s.

Better recovery = better workout.

Refuel

When you work out, you burn glycogen (carbohydrates stored in muscle) for energy. You need to replenish it by consuming carbs.

Rebuild

Working out breaks down muscle. You can help repair and rebuild your muscles by consuming proteins with essential amino acids.

Rehydrate

When you sweat, you lose electrolytes. Drinking fluids with electrolytes will rehydrate your body.

Simone Biles’ top 5 tips for workout recovery

Drink Core Power

“Protein right after a workout is where it’s at, and Core Power has lots.”

CATCH SOME Z’S

“Sleep is so important, so I’m big on rest. It does wonders for my muscles and my mind.”

EAT RIGHT

“I always make sure my snacks and meals have enough protein for muscle recovery.”

GET A MASSAGE

“Massages are great for your muscles, and they’re also suuuuper relaxing.”

HYDRATE, HYDRATE, HYDRATE

“Staying hydrated avoids muscle cramps. So I bring water with me everywhere I go.”

Simone's Career Timeline

2013

Simone wins four medals at the World Championships, including her first all-around title. Does it get any better than that? Oh yeah.

2014

Wins her second all-around World Championship title.

2015

Becomes the first woman in World Gymnastics History to three-peat, winning three consecutive all-around titles

2016

Competes in her first Summer Olympics, winning one team and four (yes, four!) individual gold medals

2017

Goes all in on rest and recovery by taking a break from competition.

2018

Sets the record for most national all-around titles with five

2019

Becomes the most decorated gymnast in World Championships history, winning her 24th and 25th medals

2020

Uses quarantine to perfect the Yurchenko double pike. Just like the rest of us LOL

2021

Gets ready to do more of what she does best: dominate.

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