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Mag-10 and Plazma: Any Issues with Freezing?


#1

Just wondering if that messes anything up by any chance? I like to mix mine up early in the day and then throw 'em in the freezer for a bit until I use them…they don’t fully freeze but get a bit slushy. Any issues with doing that?


#2

Some time ago, Christian Thibaudeau actually suggested freezing Mag-10 to make a slushie out of it. Not for any performance benefit, but out of sheer deliciousness. And dang was he right.

I’m not sure about Plazma, but I’m assuming it would be just as okay.


#3

Slushies it is then!


#4

Related question; would freezing an already mixed one extend the 24 hour effective period? Sometimes I mix one, throw it in the freezer, then life/shit happens and I don’t get to the gym.


#5

Bill Roberts and Chris Shugart have both mentioned in that past that Plazma will be okay even 48 to 72 hours later, provided it is refrigerated.

I’m not sure if a frozen drink would survive longer, but at least you know you’re covered to the 72-hour mark.