The 2016 Maxine’s Challenge is back again and continues to grow bigger and better with each year. This years Challenge will also be run in two sessions with the first Challenge in February and the second in August. With more participants joining, Maxine’s have brought out a range of new supplements and have brought out a handy guide to the basic requirements for the Challenge. As always, your diet and training should be the focal points, but using the right set of supplements can really boost your results. This article takes a quick look at some of the new Maxine’s supplements and also provide a more in-depth guide to what you should be using during the Challenge period.
Maxine's Challenge Supplement Range 2016
The Maxine’s range of supplements has always been relatively small, but with growing popularity comes some extra options. Let’s examine some of the new products:
- Maxine’s XT Burn – The new fat burner from Maxine’s, which is extremely similar to Oxyshred, one of the most popular fat burners around.
- Maxine’s Night Time – A casein predominant protein, which also features some sleep support ingredients.
- Maxine's Recover Burn - A brand new recovery supplement featuring branched chain amino acids and a fat burning LipoPhase complex.
- Maxine's Creatine Burn - A unique creatine and fat loss complex designed to boost strength, lean muscle mass and fat burning.
- Maxine's Pure - An all natural plant based protein which is also dairy free, gluten free, soy free and artificial sweetener free.
- Prices have been made more competitive to ease the financial burden of frequent supplement users.
The rest of the range has stayed fairly unchanged with Maxine’s Burn Protein Shake and the Maxine’s Burn Protein Bars and Cookies still available. More supplements may be expected sometime later in the second half of 2016.
Maxine's Challenge Supplements Essentials & Requirements
In order to be eligible for the prizes at the end of the Maxine’s Challenge 2016, participants are expected to purchase a small number of Maxine’s supplements and retain proof of purchase. Regardless of which of the two programs you decide to do, these are the absolute basic supplement requirements:
Maxine’s Shape Up Challenge 2016 Tone & Shape or Get Strong Protocol
- 1 x 2.5kg (or 2 x 1.25kg) Maxine’s Burn Protein Powder
- 1 x 1kg Maxine’s Night Time
The above recommendation is just a guide and the bare minimum you need to use every 4 weeks as suggested by Maxine’s. You can definitely utilise more of the Maxine’s range for best results. You can complete the Challenge without the use of supplements, however you won’t be eligible for the prizes.
Maxine's Challenge Supplements to Tone & Shape
If you’re looking to get leaner, lose some body fat and tone & shape up, then you’ll definitely want to get your hands on some of the Maxine’s Burn Protein powder. On top of that, you can also make use of the new Maxine’s XT Burn fat burner to help speed up your metabolism and ramp up fat burning to get you results faster. You can also utilise either the Maxine’s Burn Protein Bar or Cookie to use as a snack or even meal replacement. If you prefer your protein powders to be plant based, try the all new Maxine's Pure.
Maxine's Challenge Supplements to Get Strong
The Getting Strong program will focus on some more intense training to help you build some lean muscle and improve your overall strength. This is perfect for those who don’t have as much weight to lose, but really want to transform their training capacity. As with the Tone & Shape protocol, you definitely want to start with Maxine’s Burn Protein powder as your base supplement. The Maxine’s Burn Protein Bars and Cookies can also come in handy as quick snacks or a pre or post workout energy and recovery boost. It is also recommended to incorporate Maxine’s Night Time. As it is slower absorbing and also contains some sleep support ingredients, it is the ideal protein to use before you sleep to optimise your recovery time. As you continue to build the intensity of your training, it might be a good time to also add Maxine’s XT Burn, which can double as a pre workout. Adding in Maxine's Recover Burn and Creatine Burn can also further help to enhance your results later in your program.
Maxine's Challenge Supplements Review 2016
With some excellent new products coming from the Maxine’s range in recent time, participants in the Challenge will be spoiled for choice when it comes to supplementation during the 12 week Shape Up Challenge. As always, even though only Maxine’s supplements are recommended, you can definitely utilise some of the excellent Max’s range supplements as well. Whatever you decide to use during the Maxine’s Challenge 2016, just remember that they’re meant to ‘supplement’ your diet and training, so make sure you’re focused on these aspects primarily.