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Enjoy for only RM10 a BodyShake Protein Shake with the highest quality ingredients on the protein market. Made and manufactured in Germany. Available at Impulse Studio in Bangsar.

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If you’re doing the same—you’re working out, paying close attention to your nutrition, and staying on track to reach and maintain your health and fitness goals—but want to maximize your efforts, there’s one thing you shouldn’t overlook. Probably you already know that whey is your ideal pre and post-workout protein choice. However, what you may not know a great deal about are the numerous benefits of another protein: Casein. We’ve compiled a list of the five most important benefits of consuming casein.

1. Casein “lasts” longer in your system

Not all proteins are created equal. Whether it’s soy, egg, whey, animal, or casein protein, they all have their own unique advantages. Arguably, casein’s greatest strength is timing. Casein has the ability to provide your bloodstream with a slow and steady flow of amino acids that could last for hours. Muscles may not be built overnight, but drinking a glass of casein-rich milk is the ideal protein to consume right before bed, as it’ll be more helpful throughout the night than any other protein option.

2. Casein yields greater gains

Want to build massive muscles quicker? According to a Texas study, casein may be an important ingredient to your success. Researchers took 36 males performing heavy resistance training and found that the group consuming a whey and casein combination significantly outperformed participants who were given a combination of whey, BCAAs, and glutamine supplement. Over the course of the 10-week study, the whey and casein combo yielded the greatest increases in lean, fat-free mass. Why take only one form of protein when a combination yields much better results?

Casein helps to improve metabolic rate

Want to improve your chances of muscle growth and fat loss? If so, you might be interested to know that a study conducted in the Netherlands found that by multiplying casein intake by two and a half times, participants were able to have a higher metabolic rate while sleeping and a better overall fat balance. Also of note is that satiety levels were 33% higher. In other words, by taking casein you’ll not only be increasing your odds of losing fat, but you’ll do so on a fuller stomach.

4. Casein yields greater strength

Ask any guy what his workout goals are and increased strength is almost always on the wish list. Often, to help get there quicker, guys will supplement using whey protein. In a Massachusetts study, researchers found that casein actually doubled the effect that whey protein had on legs, chest, and shoulder strength results. Researchers believe the reason for the significant difference was because of casein’s well-known anti-catabolic abilities. The next time you’re thinking of having a late-night snack, make it a casein shake.

5. Casein beefs up your teeth

What makes you cringe more: The thought of the dental chair or the accompanying invoice? According to a study conducted in the United Kingdom, one way to help prevent a more expensive dental visit might be to consume casein. Their research found that casein proteins have the potential to reduce or prevent the effects of enamel erosion. So if you drink a lot of fruit juices, or just can’t kick the soft drink habit, at least consider protecting your teeth by adding some casein protein to your diet.

source: men’s health online
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Free Impulse Training for existing members if you introduce and bring your friend on the Cancer Day (4th of Feb)

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World Cancer Day 4th of February

Everyone can take steps to reduce their risk of cancer by choosing healthy options including quitting smoking, keeping physically active and choosing healthy food and drinks.
Tobacco use is the single largest preventable cause of cancer globally. Quitting smoking will have a major positive impact on an individual’s health and that of their families and friends. The good news is that quitting at any age is beneficial, increasing life expectancy and improving quality of life.
Individuals can also reduce their risk of many common cancers by maintaining a healthy weight, and making physical activity part of their everyday lives. Being overweight or obese increases the risk of ten cancers – bowel, breast, uterine, ovarian, pancreatic, oesophagus, kidney, liver, advanced prostate and gallbladder cancers. Specific changes to a person’s diet can also make a difference – for example, individuals can limit their intake of red meat and avoid processed meat.
Alcohol is also strongly linked with an increased risk of several cancers. Reducing alcohol consumption decreases the risk of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, bowel, liver and breast. Overall, more than a third of common cancers could be prevented by a healthy diet, being physically active and maintaining a healthy body weight.

Everyone can make healthy lifestyle choices to reduce their risk of cancer.

Women/Men shouldn’t lift heavy or they’ll get bulky?




While you know exercise is good for you, you may not know the importance of building muscle through strength training. If your workouts only focus on aerobic exercise, you’re missing a key component of overall fitness. Gaining muscle mass offers plenty of benefits for everyone. Strength training increases lean muscle mass, which helps your body burn calories more efficiently and improves your quality of life.

Weight Control

As far as metabolism goes, muscle mass is the “engine” of the calorie-burning machine. As you strength train and increase your muscle mass, you build a bigger, more efficient engine that burns more calories and helps you lose weight. The more toned your muscles, the easier it is to maintain your weight. In fact, the higher your muscle mass, the more calories you’ll burn when you rest. For every pound of muscle you gain, your body uses about 50 extra calories a day.

Increased Strength

People lose about 10 percent of their muscle by age 50, according to the American College of Sports Medicine. By the time you reach your 60s and 70s, your muscle strength will decrease by about 15 percent per decade — and about 30 percent thereafter. However, older adults who perform adequate strength and resistance training can increase their strength as much as threefold within two to three months. Increasing your strength will help you lead a more active lifestyle infused with spontaneous activity.

Building muscle also helps protect your joints from injury. As you age, balance may become an issue that can lead to fractured hip bones or other injuries related to falls. Stronger muscles help support your joints — this can help you lead a more independent lifestyle as you age.

Miscellaneous Benefits

Increased muscle mass makes you stronger so you’ll have more stamina when you perform physical activities. As you become more active, your quality of life most likely will improve. Stronger muscles also counteract the side effects of weak muscles, which may cause instability and structural pain. Strong, toned muscles also enhance your appearance, boost your self-esteem and make you feel better overall.

Cr: Alison Stellner, livestrong

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5 Ways to Kickstart your Post Eid Fitness Routine!

Did you eat a lot during Hari Raya (Eid’l Fitri)? It’s quite impossible not to with all the celebrations left and right. It is quite safe to assume that you may have taken a few steps back when it comes to your fitness progress.

At Impulse Studio, we feel you. But there is no need to worry! Post-Raya (Eid) is actually a great time to kickstart your body back into a fitness routine. Maybe an even better one to the one you have prior to the holiday! Here are some tips to get you started:

Ever thought of going on a cleanse? Now is the time to do so! Malaysian food is known for being loaded with calories. Coconut milk? Lots of rice? It’s so fattening but so hard to resist! Give your body the detox it needs by pumping it with organic greens and juices. New to detox? Take it slow! You can opt to just replace one meal a day with juice and just promise to eat clean for the rest of the day. Especially since you were so used to eating a lot the past few days.

With that said, our next tip is don’t starve yourself. Your body was so used to a lot of food intake, starving yourself now will do you more harm than good. Crash diets mess up your metabolism, giving it a slower rate and that is no good in the long run! Eat good, clean food with proper portions. A bit of protein, a bit of carbs to keep your body going through the day, and some healthy dessert.

Don’t forget to workout! High intensity workouts such as Impulse Training can help you wake your sleep muscles up and boost your metabolism. It’s the quickest, most effectove way! High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workouts that you can do at home will also help you out!

Do something for your body even when you’re feeling lazy. Already did Impulse Training or HIIT the day before? Still needing some time for your muscles to recuperate? Take it slow on some days but try to go for a dip in the pool and do some relaxed laps. It will increase your heart and metabolic rate while you enjoy some quality time with your thoughts.

Be consistent. Don’t just start something then get lazy. Be determined from day one. Not believing in your capabilities equates to setting yourself up for failure. Consult with your trainer. Draw up a schedule and stick to it! Did you feel sad when you noticed that you gained some weight and lost some muscle during the holiday? Use that as your motivation!

See you in our studios soon and good luck on your fitness journey!

Cendol: The Healthier Version


We do love our sweets and nothing makes this heat more bearable than a serving of cendol. This popular, crushed ice dessert is perfect for this season. However, it is known to be quite a sugar and calorie pot.

We list down our ingredients for a healthier version of cendol. Just adjust the quantities as to however you like!


Red kidney beans

Green cendol jelly

Fruit toppings (dragon fruit, mangoes, whatever you may like)

Light coconut milk

Low fat milk



Make sure you put the ice in the bowl first followed by the cendol jelly and red kidney beans, low fat milk and coconut milk, fruits, then drizzle them with honey on top. Using fruits and honey instead of gula melaka and other sugars makes this a healthier version! You’re also consuming great vitamins, minerals, and calcium through the milk. Make sure you use less coconut milk than the low fat milk too so you can reduce the fat a bit.


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