Athletes Resource Calculator
The Athletes Resource Calculator (A.R.C.) is an ‘industry first’ tool, developed in collaboration with our coaches and nutritionists. Our goal is to provide athletes with a system that suggests how much of their Quantified Nutrition products they should be taking, based upon the type of physical training they are doing and how hard they are working. We are tired of seeing the suggested “take one scoop”, as if that’s a solution for everyone. As a company, we strive to be better than that!
The A.R.C. is meant to be used exclusively with Quantified Nutrition products. Our scoops were designed to measure your Q//WHEY and Q//FUEL products within 1.5G accuracy, so you can easily measure the serving size suggested by the A.R.C.! Get exactly what you need, when you need it, and eliminate the guessing game.
We suggest using the A.R.C to maximize your nutrition before, during, and immediately after your workout, for a fully customized experience. Read more about its potential here.
Supplement Well, Train Harder.
-TM Quantified Nutrition
To better utilize the A.R.C., Quantified Nutrition has provided some definitions below to help athletes use the calculator.
All suggestions are for optimal performance and recovery, and do not take into consideration specialty diets or prescribed daily macronutrient intakes.
Quantified Nutrition created this concept with nutrient timing in mind. Post workout shakes are therefore designed to get the athlete to their next meal within the next 2 hours.
Classic strength and power training. Also applies to circuit and low to moderate intensity functional strength training.
Suggestion is focused on Classic 1:1 Carb to Protein Ratio, and suggests only recovery protocols.
Suggestion is focused on Classic 2:1 Carb to Protein Ratio, and suggests only recovery protocols.
Focuses on endurance training greater than 30 minutes and generally steady in state.
Applies to sports competition and practice, where movement is stop-and-go and relatively continuous as well as classic High Intensity Interval Training.
When the workout goal is to facilitate a reduction in body fat while maintaining Lean Body Mass (LBM)
Designed for optimal muscle growth and caloric intake
Designed for recovery from Regeneration, Mobility, and Skill development sessions
Describe how hard you feel your workout was, from 1-10. A 9-10 on the scale being extremely difficult