Optimise your recovery with a range of products designed to assist muscle growth, protein synthesis and healthy digestive system function. Shop the Musashi Recovery range to deliver the key nutrients required for optimal muscle building and repair following training and competition.









Musashi sports nutrition supplements undergo a meticulous development process based on decades of experience, starting with comprehensive research to determine effective formulations. Once a product is formulated and optimised, it is produced in controlled facilities to ensure quality and consistency. Finally, before reaching the athletes, supplements are certified by organisations like Informed Sport to guarantee it's free of banned substances.

  1. Laboratory and product development experts meticulously research and test ingredients for world-class product quality, taste and efficacy.

  2. State-of-the-art facilities ensure precise, consistent, and high-quality production of sports nutrition supplements.

  3. Seal of approval: Rigorous testing guarantees our supplements are free from banned substances, ensuring athletes' safety and compliance.


At Musashi, we firmly believe in creating science-backed supplements. We understand that you rely on our products to enhance your performance and overall well-being. That's why we prioritise rigorous scientific research to formulate our products, ensuring precise ingredients, dosages, and formulations that have been proven to deliver results. By choosing Musashi, you can trust that we are committed to your health and success.

  • Whey Protein Isolate (WPI)

    Whey Protein Isolate is a high-protein, filtered milk product containing very little lactose, fats, and carbohydrates. It is manufactured from cheese whey. It is a complete protein containing all 20 amino acids. It has a higher concentration of amino acids and less calories than WPC.

    • Protein Content: Contains a higher protein content than WPC, usually around 90% or higher. It undergoes additional processing to remove most of the fat and lactose.
    • Other Nutrients: The additional filtration process reduces the amount of beneficial nutrients found in WPI compared to WPC.
    • Digestibility: More suitable for those who are lactose intolerant or have sensitive stomachs, as it contains lower levels of fat and lactose.
    • Taste & Texture: Might have a slightly different texture and taste due to the reduced fat and lactose content. Some users find it to be slightly more watery or less creamy.
    • Complete Protein: Both WPC and WPI are considered complete proteins, meaning they contain all nine essential amino acids.
    • BCAAs: WPI is rich in branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) which are crucial for muscle growth and recovery.
  • Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC)

    Whey protein concentrate is a type of dietary supplement derived from whey, the liquid portion of milk that separates during cheese production. It is a popular source of protein and is used by many individuals, including athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and those looking to increase their protein intake.

    • Protein Content: Typically contains between 70% to 80% protein, but this can vary depending on the specific product. The rest consists of naturally occurring fats and carbohydrates.
    • Other Nutrients: Contains more of the beneficial nutrients found naturally in whole whey protein. This includes lactose, fats, and various immunoglobulins (antibodies) which can have their own health benefits.
    • Digestibility: Generally easy to digest unless one is lactose intolerant. The lactose content in WPC can sometimes cause digestive issues for those who are sensitive.
    • Taste & Texture: It tends to have a creamier texture and more neutral taste due to its fat and lactose content.
    • Complete Protein: Both WPC and WPI are considered complete proteins, meaning they contain all nine essential amino acids.
    • BCAAs: WPC is rich in branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) which are crucial for muscle growth and recovery.
  • Pea Protein/Brown Rice Protein/Chia Protein

    Pea, brown rice and chia protein are all plant-based protein sources that provide essential amino acids that the body needs for various physiological processes, including muscle repair, immune function, and enzyme production. While none of these protein sources contain all 20 amino acids, they can be combined to form a complete amino acid profile, as they do in Musashi Plant Protein. While these plant-based proteins have recently gained popularity, civilizations like the Aztecs consumed chia seeds as a staple in their diet.

  • Digestive Enzymes

    Digestive enzymes are proteins that facilitate the breakdown of food molecules into smaller components that the body can absorb and use for energy, growth, and various physiological processes. Digestive enzymes work by catalysing specific chemical reactions that break down complex molecules into simpler forms that can be easily absorbed by the body. Historically, people consumed raw foods that naturally contain enzymes aiding digestion. Foods like pineapple and papaya are naturally rich in the digestive enzymes bromelain and papain, respectively. Some Musashi protein powders contain papain to aid digestion.

  • Zinc

    Zinc is an essential mineral that plays a crucial role in various physiological processes in the body, including energy metabolism, and muscle repair and growth. Zinc plays a role in the activation of enzymes that facilitate the synthesis of new proteins, including those needed for muscle tissue regeneration. Oysters are one of the richest sources of zinc. Historically, the health benefits of zinc were realized when its deficiency led to issues like stunted growth.


    The RECOVER system emphasises post-exercise recuperation and tissue repair. At its core, it boosts processes like protein synthesis, reduces muscle inflammation, and replenishes depleted glycogen stores, ensuring that the athlete is primed and ready for subsequent training sessions.


    Recovery from exercise refers to the process by which the body returns to its pre-exercise state, allowing it to repair and adapt to the physiological stressors imposed during physical activity. Proper recovery is essential for maximizing performance, preventing injuries, and promoting long-term fitness gains. Exercise recovery is comprised of several key factors:

    • Nutrition
    • Cooling down
    • Stretching and mobility work
    • Foam rolling and self-massage
    • Rest and sleep
    • Active Rehydration

    Arguably the most important recovery factor is nutrition. Musashi RECOVER range consists of a variety of products that include an abundance of nutrients and ingredients that promote effective recovery, include BCAAs, Electrolytes, Zinc, Glutamine, Manganese, and Protein.